A brand new food hall featuring nine stand-alone restaurant concepts, a central bar and a 28,000-square-foot outdoor plaza with a giant LED screen, will open July 1 at McGregor Square, Denver’s new multi-use development in LoDo. Inspired by train cars decorated with upscale finishes, diners at Milepost Zero will enjoy a wide array of restaurants in an urban setting with ample indoor and outdoor seating.
“We’re so excited to be part of the McGregor Square project and a part of the fabric of the Rockies community,” said Chef Troy Guard of TAG Restaurant Group. “We’ll be bringing two concepts to McGregor Square: Little Chingones, a scaled down version of our badass Mexican concept; and Tiny Giant Sushi, which we’re really happy to introduce as a non-traditional sushi concept that will take our guests back to our TAG Raw Bar days.”
In addition to Troy Guard’s Tiny Giant Sushi and Little Chingones, Milepost Zero will also feature two concepts from Charlie Troup and Chase Devitt with Atomic Chicken and Field Greens, as well as Giordano’s (pizza), Buona (Italian Beef, Burgers, Hot Dogs), Tora Noodle House (by Mark Shaker,)Wazee Coffee, Pulpo Creamery (ice cream,) and a central bar managed by Sage Hospitality Group, which also operates The Original and The Rally Bar at McGregor Square.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be so centrally located, in the heart of the action of Denver,” said Joe Buonavolanto III, a third-generation owner of Buona. “Concerts, ballgames, events – you name it— and we now get the honor of being a part of the food experience. Denver is such a food-centric community and we knew this location would be a fit for our unique and family-focused menu.”
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