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GH Phipps and Ramirez Hospitality Group Break Ground on Los Dos Potrillos Castle Rock

GH Phipps and Ramirez Hospitality group recently celebrated the groundbreaking for the Los Dos Potrillos restaurant in Castle Rock. GH Phipps’ Special Projects Group was awarded the project. Ely Architecture will serve as the architect.

The new, 8,2000-square-foot, $4.7 million Mexican restaurant consists of over-ex earthwork, a slab-on-grade foundation with footings throughout, a full commercial kitchen, a custom bar area, and an electronic louvered system.

This will be the fifth and largest Los Dos Potrillos location and the second location to include a brewery. When complete, the building will be able to accommodate seating for 284 patrons, including a covered patio and outdoor garden.

With four locations in Centennial (the original location), Littleton, Highlands Ranch, and Parker, Los Dos Potrillos provides customers in the South Metro area with “Real Mexican Food” while maintaining a family-friendly, “hole-in-the-wall” experience thanks to years of hard work by owner Jose Ramirez and his family.

“Twenty years ago we only had $5.18 left in our family’s pocket. With that, we also had hope, faith, and perseverance. Today marked a milestone in that continued journey. We broke ground on our fifth store in the town of Castle Rock; the first of many “ground-up builds.” Thank you to David Lysaught at First Bank; Don Provost at Alberta Development; Kevin Mahoney, Alex Gregory, and the GH Phipps Construction Companies team; and the amazing Los Dos community that helped us get here. Castle Rock, the Mexican Restaurant you have been waiting for is coming soon. Animo, somos familia!” said Daniel Ramirez, CEO, Ramirez Hospitality Group.

Rendering courtesy of Ely Architecture

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1 Comment

  1. LJ
    November 16, 2022 at 7:44 am — Reply

    Where is this being built?

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