Published on : Friday, March 31, 2017
These days majority of the restaurants in USA are going through a massive boom with Denver topping the chart. 30 new spots in Denver will be opened this spring which includes Departure Denver as well.
However, in recent times, pot industry and liquor sales are affecting the local restaurants of Denver immensely. To quote Bobby Stuckey, the James Beard award winning co-owner of Frasca Food and Wine in Boulder and the soon-to-open Tavernetta in Denver, ‘No one is talking about it. But Colorado’s restaurant labor market is in Defcon 5 right now, because of weed facilities.’
For some time now, Denver’s population is growing steadily. U.S. News & World Report in 2016 ranked the city as one of the best places to live in United States having excellent outdoors with tech boom as additional features for selecting Denver above others.
Denver is quite popular among millennials followed by restaurant boom transforming a sleepy town into a vibrant city. The already explosion in the pot industry dovetailed with increasing demand of restaurant workers in Denver. Cannabis tourism was great in Colorado creating $1.1 billion profit last year.