Denver Ted’s is moving out of Capitol Hill and into LoDo

The shop will reopen this summer at 2020 Lawrence St., three blocks from Coors Field.

A sign outside Denver Ted's on May 24, 2017.
A sign outside Denver Ted’s on May 24, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

After 13 years slinging cheesesteaks and subs on 13th and Pearl, Denver Ted’s is leaving Capitol Hill.

The new shop will stand at 2020 Lawrence St., three blocks from Coors Field. The changeover is scheduled for late June, according to an employee.


DIA might get its own Central Market, and the airport definitely got a Roasting Plant Coffee

Denver International Airport continues its push to be your favorite airport.

Vero Italian at Central Market. (Chloe Aiello/Denverite)
Vero Italian at Central Market. (Chloe Aiello/Denverite)

Not content to rest on its laurels as the airport with the best dining, Denver International Airport is pushing to get itself a replica of Denver Central Market.

And while that’s in the works, the airport today celebrated the opening of Roasting Plant Coffee at the rail station.



Here comes another Denver poke restaurant, Aloha Poke Co.

How many poke restaurants is too many poke restaurants?

An artist's rendering of the market at Zeppelin Station. (Courtesy Zeppelin Development)
An artist’s rendering of the market at Zeppelin Station. (Courtesy Zeppelin Development)

How many poke restaurants is too many poke restaurants? We’re probably on our way to finding out.

The latest addition to the rapidly growing Denver poke restaurant roster is Aloha Poke Co., a Chicago-based chain that will open up shop inside the future Zeppelin Station in River North, The Know reports.


In-season cooking: Asparagus fritters from Morning Collective chef Joe Strelnik

To help you make the most of the farmers markets, we’re bringing you recipes from local chefs featuring different crops as they’re in season.

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Asparagus is in season for just a short window. Get it now while the getting is good. (Eliza Adams/Flickr)

It’s farmers market season, which means fresh, locally grown produce is all but at your door.

To help you make the most of it, we’re bringing you recipes from local chefs featuring different crops as they’re in season.