Did you wake up this morning thinking, “Gee, I wish Denver would get another food hall?” (I know; it’s like I’m living inside your head, but not in a creepy, stalker sort of way.) Then do I have good news for you!
Local food hall vets from the Stanley Marketplace and Avanti Food & Beverage are teaming up to open Broadway Market in the Golden Triangle neighborhood.
Mark Shaker (Stanley), Brad Arguello (Avanti), and Tim White and Chris Haugen of White Construction Group (who helped build The Source, Zeppelin Station and Stanley, so they know what they’re doing when it comes to food halls), will transform the former Tony’s Market space at 950 Broadway. Tony’s closed late last year and is moving further south.
Broadway Market will feature 15,000 square feet of food, drink and retail concepts, including a pizza place, a coffee shop, a central bar and up to seven other mini eateries. Specific food vendors are yet to be locked down, but Bryant Palmer, a representative for the Stanley Marketplace and the new venture, said that the team is currently talking with interested local chefs. We’ll let you know what you’ll be able to eat there as soon as we find out.
The new Broadway food hall is expected to open this summer.
Broadway Market: 950 Broadway, Denver; opening summer 2018