Cho77, the popular Asian street food restaurant that started on South Broadway, is poised to open the doors of its new LoDo location on Monday, January 28, 2019.
Chef Lon Symensma made the choice to move his casual concept to the SugarCube Building at 1555 Blake Street to put the restaurant in closer proximity to its sisters ChoLon and LeRoux — the latest of Denver’s new French options just opened last month. Back on South Broadway, the space that housed Cho77 is now occupied by another of Symensma’s eateries, BorraCho Tacos, which serves street tacos and more Mexican fare and cocktails.
The new Cho77 is definitely less South Broadway and more Downtown. It was designed by Urban Villages, Semple Brown, and HIVE Construction. With Executive Chef Jeff Stoneking at the helm, the restaurant is planning to offer quick-service lunches and full-service dinners, with both indoor and patio seating in warmer weather. Menu options include favorites from the former, like fried chicken wings with Vietnamese caramel, and new offerings, like Peking duck potstickers.