The name, Los Parceros, means “good friend,” which Chaparro says is fitting. “We’ve seen an increase in new customers and those returning, who say, ‘Finally, Parceros is back to the roots of Colombian food.’”
“I haven’t taken a week off since I came to this country,” says José Santos. Santos moved to the US from San Andrés, a small town in the state of Jalisco, Mexico in 1998.
Green Roots delivers frozen carnitas, barbacoa, chicken tinga, black beans and other authentic Mexican flavors to homes around the metro area.
This month: 1) Sprouts Announces Aug. 19 Opening; 2) Lots of New Apartments Coming to 80238; 3) Johnson & Wales Closing; 4) Lowry Boulevard One Update; 5) Denver Days Parades plus State Update on CO Ban on Large-Capacity Magazines.
This month: 1) Sprouts To Open July 22; 2) Stanley Opens with Two New Businesses; 3) Control Tower Owner Expects Building To Remain an “Eat & Play” Destination; 4) DPS To Remove Cops from Schools; 5) City Council Approves Nov. Ballot Measure Re: Key Appointed Positions; plus State Updates.
This month: 1) DIA Renovation Moves Ahead; 2) Grocery Store Safety During a Pandemic; 3) New Rehab Hospital Coming to Northfield; 4) Barber Shop Opens in Shops at Beeler Park; 5) Sprouts Opens Jul. 15/Hiring Fair Jun. 1 & 2; and 6) Mammography Center Opens in Eastbridge
Rather than operate during the height of the stay-at-home orders, Symensma closed shop and spent hours in his own kitchen, really savoring his creations and the downtime. By May 14, however, Symensma and his team were more than ready to reopen the Eastbridge ChoLon for curbside service.
“When the lovely people at the administrative offices in the City of Aurora caught wind of our project, they became keenly interested in what we were doing,” says Cortés-Maceda.
At first glance, Intersections, Northfield’s cozy breakfast spot, and Cattivella, Eastbridge’s sophisticated Italian dinner locale, seem to have little in common.
For an experienced businessman like Bob Corman, the Shops at Beeler Park looked like the perfect place for his third Paws’n’Play pet store. It’s location at E. 56th Ave and Central Park Blvd. has lots of cars going by each day, and it’s surrounded by newly developed Stapleton neighborhoods with lots of dog owners.