High Point Creamery, known for enticing customer taste buds with it's creative flavor combinations, was opened in 2014 by Erika Thomas and her husband Chad. Since opening the original store on 215 S. Holly Street, Erika has opened a second location, has plans for a third and EaterDenver has named High Point one of Denver's essential ice cream shops.
Park Burger opened on Holly and Cedar in 2014. They have been named on the A List as one of the best burgers in Denver.
Starbucks Coffee has operated at 801 Colorado Boulevard since first opening in Denver in 1992.
Qdoba Mexican Grill's very first location opened in 1995 at 550 Grant Street, Denver, Co. Originally called Zuma, Qdoba Mexican Grill (now owned by Jack-In-The-Box) has grown to over 600 locations.
In 2006, Alex Seidel opened Fruition Restaurant at 1313 E. 6th Ave., in Denver's Country Club neighborhood. Alex’s cooking has garnered countless culinary awards and earned him national respect for his growing brand which now includes Fruition Farms and the recently opened Mercantile Dining & Provision.
Chris and Nick O’Sullivan, two affable brothers from England, opened their first Brothers BBQ restaurant in 1997 at 6499 Leetsdale Drive, Denver, Co. Their business grew to six locations, including 568 Washington Street. The O’Sullivan’s continue to innovate and grow their brand as evidenced by the recently opened and wildly successful Nuggs Ice Cream on East Colfax.
Since 1991, John Spotz, Denver's nicest and most inventive cake artists, has been delighting customers with his creative and sometimes over-the-top creations at 300 E. 6th Avenue, Denver, Co.