The Culver Street location is just one of several restaurants opening in Denver in the coming weeks, with more openings planned for other neighborhoods.
Denver’s Culver Square has been open since August and its opening this week has been met with mixed reviews.
In the latest survey of restaurant reviews by restaurant industry research firm Zagat, diners of the city’s second-most-popular eatery gave the place a mixed review of its food and service, with the restaurant receiving average scores of 7.6 out of 10.
However, it did get 7.3 out of five stars from diners, with diners rating it as “very good,” “excellent,” “good” and “good.”
Diners of Culver and the others in Denver’s two neighborhoods have largely welcomed the new eateries.
The new openings are part of a nationwide trend of restaurants opening locations in the same neighborhoods that they operate in.
At least 10 restaurants have opened in the Denver area in recent months.
The restaurants are opening across the city, including at least two new restaurants, two new grocery stores, one new coffee shop, two fast-food restaurants and a fast-casual chain, The Culvert reported in October.
Culver & Strawn’s restaurants have a large menu, with burgers, sandwiches and more.
They have a limited seating capacity of about 1,200 people and have locations in a variety of neighborhoods, including downtown Denver, south Denver and the Denver suburbs.
The Culvers in Culver-Sylvester, Colorado, open this weekend.
| Source: Zagit/The Culvert The restaurants at Culver&Strawns are located in Culvers District, the area surrounding the Culver Place shopping center and across the street from the Culvers Center, the state’s only major hospital.
The stores are designed to be fast, efficient and fun, according to The Culvers.
The owners of the stores, Culver Family Restaurants, plan to keep a large footprint in Culvens.
Culver’s is located in a residential neighborhood.
The chain is located about 10 miles from downtown Denver.
According to Zagot, the majority of customers are adults over 50, with an average age of 34.
The majority of the restaurants are casual, with only a few of them having full-service eateries or bar/restaurant options.
The location also has a number of local eateries, including The Cheesecake Factory and Kona Grill.
Zagott said that the Culvert’s locations have been popular for years in the neighborhood.
“Culvers are the neighborhood’s go-to destination for food and dining,” the company said.