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Former Castle Rock Church Now an Indie Food Hall

A rundown of Ecclesia Market

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Castle Rock, Colorado, joins the rest of the nation in the food hall trend with the opening of Ecclesia Market. Located at 221 Perry Street, the space is a bit different from the average warehouse-style food hall, as noted by 303 Magazine, “Housed in an old church, it feels sort of like a maze and an adventure full of natural light and historical touches.”

Current vendors include market/cafe Farmgirl Foods, German/Spanish eatery Lante Brau-Casa, Mexican spot Romo’s Street Tacos, cocktail and coffee bar Sinners & Saints, and independent bookseller Sudden Fiction.

The food hall describes itself as “An assembly of revelry in the heart of Castle Rock, Ecclesia represents the establishment of Douglas County’s first collective of premier artisanal foods, craft cocktails, amusements and unique entertainment. A celebration of food, libations and communion in the heart of Castle Rock.”

Ecclesia Market opens open Sunday through Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Friday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.; and Monday from 3 p.m to 11 p.m.

An Old Church in Castle Rock is Now Colorado’s Newest Food Hall and Marketplace [303]

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