Broadway Market adds smoothies and street tacos to the mix

Broadway Market adds smoothies and street tacos to the mix

Jesus Silva hands out a hand role with fresh tuna from a 280-pound fish at Misaki on Broadway at Broadway Market on February 20, 2019 in Denver. Silva has opened two new stalls at the market this month. (Amy Brothers,The Denver Post)

Tacos and smoothies are now on the menu at Broadway Market, one of Denver’s newer food halls by Golden Triangle.

Patrons of the nine-stall market will find these shuffled businesses for their next (or first) visit to the food hall:

Tacos al Chile opened where Wonder, a juice bar, was before. It offers street tacos with house salsas, Mexican beers and breakfast burritos.

Broadway Gardens, selling smoothies and salads, replaced Miette et Chocolat, which has moved locations down the hall.

Jesusio Silva runs both of the new stalls. He also owns Broadway Market’s sushi and oyster counter, Misaki, and a ramen shop called Tora. At Broadway Gardens, customers can order from eight different salads — in addition to smoothies — with protein add-ons.

Broadway Market opened on Broadway between 9th and 10th avenues last winter.

“We designed Broadway Market so it’d be easy to grow and evolve over time,” Mark Shaker, one of the market’s owners, said in a press release. “As we get to know the neighborhood and figure out what people want the most, we can make adjustments quickly.”

950 Broadway, 530-636-1393, 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and until midnight Friday and Saturday,

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Published at Mon, 20 Jan 2020 20:25:39 +0000