Also chilly out for bare feet? Really don’t tell Flip Flop Retailers with the Spire
Some might query a November opening in Colorado for your shop committed to marketing flip flops. But with existing temperatures while in the mid-70s, these retailers may perhaps know a thing we don’t.
The Flip Flop Shops opened Wednesday for the Park Meadows mall, located at 8401 Park Meadows Center Dr. in Lone Tree.
“Flip flops have advanced right into a top quality life style necessity, and Flip Flop Retailers was developed to fill the void within the retail business,” claimed Amy Neb, operator of your new Flip Flop Outlets in Denver in a statement. “People love flip flops anytime of your 12 months. We provide local consumers a chance to indulge in each of the best brand names and latest designs of flip flops at their leisure, with qualified product expertise ideal at their finger guidelines. Plus, we also supply winter season types to keep toes warm when it snows.”
With practically 30 outlets open nationwide and fifty a lot more in advancement, the chain options to open 236 shops by 2013. Neb has two much more franchises in the works, organizing one in Boulder during the to begin with 50 percent of 2011, in addition to a 3rd in a different Denver place in late 2011.
“There are tons of folks equally as captivated with freeing their toes as Flip Flop Stores,” Neb reported from the statement. “Flip flops really are a symbol of the method of lifestyle that may be part of my family’s id We are living, operate and perform with our toes exposed, and wouldn’t have it any other way.”
Tommy Bahama opening at Park Meadows
Also acquiring at home at Park Meadows is often a new Tommy Bahama clothing shop.
The three,300 sq. foot retail store opens Nov. 11. at 8505 Park Meadows Middle Dr. in Lone Tree and carries the well-known island-inspired Tommy Bahama assortment of men’s and women’s sportswear, swimwear, footwear and components at the same time as dwelling décor items.
A grand opening is slated for Nov. thirteen beginning at ten a.m. The 1st 100 prospects could have an opportunity at winning gift certificates worth at $25, $50, $100 or $250 to get redeemed on the Park Meadows shop that day.
Row 14 for being uncorked at Spire
An additional restaurant will probably be joining the The Spire loved ones when Row 14 Bistro & Wine Bar opens Feb. 11.
Row 14 will give a “neighborhood menu” with accessible wines and community and seasonal food offerings.
The name of your restaurant is “a culmination of simple references with the most obvious component being its area on 14th Street, accompanied with the restaurant’s proximity to Denver Performing Arts Complex and its many theatre rows. Ultimately, ‘Row’ was chosen to reflect the rows found in vineyards and hand-cultivated fresh gardens,” stated operator David Schneider in a very statement.
Row 14 joins the Organic Pizza Company, Snarf’s, Hertz and Revolution Cleaners, which are all set to open while in the Spire, at 891 14th Street, in early 2011.
“We are excited about the great retail and restaurants coming soon to Spire,” said Christopher Crosby, executive vice president on the Nichols Partnership, inside of a statement. “Row 14 is a great addition to the building along with a complement to The Denver Theater District and the $14 million Ambassador streetscape project which will break ground next month. Our homeowners will literally be counting the days until Row 14 opens.”
Recent sightings and updates
• There appears for being a 7-Eleven invasion in downtown Denver, with one new story opened recently at 17th and Blake streets; while yet another appears for being going in at 17th and Lawrence streets.
• The brand new walkway at Larimer Sq., which Shop Watch reported on in early September, is set to open this month. Opening next week on the Sq. - or better yet, under it - is Wednesday’s Pie and Green Russell.
A new stairway was constructed in the Arcade across from Lime’s front door for the establishment’s entrance. The street-side staircase will lead to Wednesday’s Pie on Wednesday, but on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., Green Russell will open up, serving pressed-to-order juices to craft cocktails inspired by guests. Only one particular beer will be on the menu, brewed specially for Green Russell by Great Divide Brewing Co.
Oh, and leave your cell phone in the car. No cell phone use is allowed in the bar, except for inside a reclaimed phone booth.
• Mona’s, which opened Oct. 1 at East 17th Avenue and Sherman, is staying open up late now for happy hour.