Comida, the Mexican taqueria at the Source, closes after more the five years on April 30. Owner Rayme Rossello plans to continue her taco truck and second location at the Stanley.
“I love Comida and am excited to continue to put my energy and efforts into our location in The Stanley and our catering taco truck, Tina,” she says in a press statement. “It’s a bittersweet decision to close our location inside The Source. We’re so grateful for the opportunity it presented and to the supporters and regulars who we’ve enjoyed serving there over the past five-and-a-half years. We’re happy to be able to offer our loyal team positions at our Stanley location so we can keep our Comida family together.”
Comida at the Source plans to stay open through Tuesday, April 30, closing at 3 p.m.
Rosello, a fixture on the Denver dining scene for more than two decades, started out as a flaming pink food truck named Tina. Taco, tostada, and gordita options include pork carnitas, carne asada, fish, and roasted chicken, along with vegetarian varieties featuring roasted poblano and onion, slow-cooked mushrooms, or chile-roasted beers and carrot.
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