Troy Guard’s new Food Hall in Denver, Grange Hall, which opens later this year, has announced two new additions: Uptown & Humboldt and Iced Coffee + Ice Cream.
Uptown & Humboldt is a popular food truck in the Denver area that was founded in January 2020 by chef Gio Diaz and partner Hayden Hess. The menu offers Mediterranean specialties such as gyros and more varied dishes inspired by their travels around the world.
“We are honored and privileged to have Uptown & Humboldt at Grange Hall,” Diaz said in a statement. “We are very happy that everyone can try ‘A Taste of Our Travels’. We hope to awaken not only a culinary experience, but also the need for travel and hiking. “
Iced coffee is a German coffee and ice cream concept that is also native to the Denver area. Founded by Erika Thomas and Chad Stutz, who also own Denver’s High Point Creamery, the menu will include iced coffees (cold brewed coffee with vanilla ice cream, grated chocolate, and whipped cream), homemade High Point Creamery ice cream, coffee, and pastries.
“We are very excited to share our new iced coffee concept with South Denver! Grange Hall is a fabulous place and it was wonderful to see the area revitalized, ”Thomas said in a statement.
The 13,000-square-foot space at the Denver Technological Center is anchored by Little Dry Creek Brewery, a cocktail bar run by Guard’s restaurant group TRG and its beverage director Nikki Guard.
There will be a pop-up area for emerging brands, a burger concept, chicken, pizza and more in the rotating area. A new Guard’s Bubu location will also occupy the food hall. The Crack Shack, a Nation’s Restaurant News 2019 Hot Concept, will also make its Denver Food Hall debut when it opens.
Check out this exclusive video with Troy Guard produced by Grange Food Hall to see the new space.