The new Eastbridge Town Center at MLK and Havana is now in full swing with five restaurants, retail, personal care and fitness options—and additional new businesses will be arriving soon just across the street.
Chef and restaurateur Troy Guard’s newest restaurants, Los Chingones and HashTAG, were the first to be leased in Stapleton’s Eastbridge Town Center but they were the last to open due to delays with construction issues and city permits and licenses.
The new King Soopers at MLK Blvd. and Havana St. in Stapleton’s Eastbridge neighborhood opened at 6am on June 21.
Troy Guard’s Los Chingones Restaurant opened on Saturday, June 24.
The high industrial ceiling and skylights give the new Eastbridge King Soopers a bright spacious feel, though at 60,000 square feet, it’s actually about the same size as the Quebec store.
Natural Balance Integrative Health, located in Stapleton for 10 years, is moving to their new location in Eastbridge at the end of May.
Merlin Verrier has a 45-second commute to work as culinary director for Next Door, a restaurant opening this month in Eastbridge that’s part of The Kitchen Restaurant Group.
Visitors to the new Eastbridge Town Center will find Talking Parking Meters, a public art installation by Denver artist Jim Green.
Owner and chef, Elise Wiggens, has a lot to look forward to.
As he tours around his newest restaurant, Concourse Restaurant Moderne, slated to open mid- to late-April in Eastbridge, chef and restaurateur Lon Symensma points out the layout of the kitchen that offers better flow for staff.