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Onefold to open second location near Union Station this summer

New uber-luxury apartment tower the Pullman is expected to welcome its first residents next month. Its first commercial tenant won’t be far behind, and it will come bearing breakfast burritos to feed those residents and any other hungry folks in Denver’s Union Station neighborhood.

Greystar, the developer behind the 13-story, 168-unit Pullman, announced Tuesday it has tapped eclectic City Park West restaurant Onefold to open a second location inside the building at 1959 Wewatta St.

“We can’t wait to have Onefold as our first retail tenant at The Pullman,” Greystar director of development and design Ned Dodington said in a statement. “Residents and neighbors will love the restaurant’s casual hospitality, as well as its simple homestyle food made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.”

Andy Cross, The Denver Post

The Pullman apartments near Union Station are pictured on Nov. 13, 2019.

Onefold, ranked as one of The Denver Post’s top brunch spots, is known for its unique, family-inspired fare and drinks that range from cocktails to Vietnamese coffee. The original location will officially turn five years old in February, owner Mark Nery said.

The menu at the second location will be the same, Nery said, save for the possibilities created by having room for an espresso machine. And he will be going for the same intimate vibe inside despite the Wewatta space being three times bigger than the former Quiznos sub shop Onefold occupies at 1420 E. 18th Ave. — 3,000 square feet versus 1,000 square feet.

It was Onefold’s tight quarters that motivated the idea of expanding in the first place. On a good day with the patio open, Nery estimates it has about 40 seats.

“We just ran out of space at our current location,” he said. “We just needed more. We needed more space to put the extra customers.”


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