Freedom Street Social food hall opens in Arvada
A hip new food hall has arrived in Arvada, offering a mix of local and national restaurants, plus a place for chefs to test creative concepts.
Details: Freedom Street Social, opening Wednesday at 15177 Candelas Pkwy., houses eight vendors, including Lea Jane's Hot Chicken, Sushi Kuro and Osito — a fast-casual version of the popular Mister Oso restaurant.
- The 12,000-square-foot space will also boast a full bar program run by the beverage directors for Cherry Creek's Forget Me Not and the Culinary Creative Group.
- The food hall's bar menu offers more than a dozen Colorado craft beers, along with cocktails and an extensive wine list.
What they're saying: "We are taking a really thoughtful approach and see the space as a community bar, a gathering spot for friends and family," Nicole Lebedevitch, Forget Me Not's beverage director, said in a statement.
The big picture: Freedom Street Social is one of a handful of food halls to pop up across the Denver area in recent years — including Grange Hall, which opened in September 2021 in Greenwood Village.
Of note: Food halls are also gaining popularity beyond the metro.
- Two Denver brokers are currently developing a mixed-use culinary project in downtown Pueblo, two hours south of the Mile High City. It will host a handful of vendors, including two longtime local restaurateurs' new concept Diavolo Hot Chicken.
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