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Curry Up Now Makes Colorado Debut Amid Major National Expansion

The fast-casual franchise will bring a variety of Indian dishes to the Front Range.

Curry Up Now

Curry Up Now, the quickly expanding fast-casual Indian food franchise out of San Francisco, recently announced that it’s coming to Colorado’s Front Range. The expansion is part of a 20-store deal in Colorado and Utah, and more than 50 stores now in development nationwide. Another 100 are expected to be in the works by year’s end.

Considered the fastest-growing casual Indian food brand in the country, Curry Up Now was established in 2009 by husband-wife duo Akrash and Rana Kapoor.

The menu includes Indian icons with a spin, such as the tikka masala burrito, deconstructed samosa, and Maggi instant ramen noodles. Traditional items such as the kathi rolls, biryani, and thali platters are rounded out by street food offerings like pani puri, samosas, and papdi chaat. Curries, chutneys, and sauces are all-natural while produce and dairy products are organic and local, when possible. Protein is halal, naturally raised, and free of antibiotics. Curry Up Now also offers a wide array of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free choices.

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