Denver — Denver is now home to Bar Louie’s first-ever new prototype. Located in The Shops at Northfield, Bar Louie closed for several weeks during renovations and officially reopened on Dec. 10.
From the menu and flatware to the interior and exterior design, everything about the look is new. The enhanced gastrobar design features new colors, lighting, booths, tables, chairs and barstools. Also included are renovated bathrooms, a takeout and delivery station and upgraded high-efficiency kitchen equipment. In addition, Bar Louie enlisted the famous Denver muralist, Randy Segura, to paint a one-of-a-kind floor-to-ceiling piece that will anchor the new gastrobar (pictured at left).
“Like most restaurants, Bar Louie has focused on surviving the pandemic while building for the future,” says Tom Fricke, Bar Louie CEO. “We quickly initiated takeout and delivery, launched two new virtual brands, and we were able to resume our plans for ‘Bar Louie 4.0.’ Now, we have a strong foundation in place and we’re ready to grow. We’re excited to debut our new concept direction in Denver.”
Founded in downtown Chicago in 1990 and headquartered in Dallas, Bar Louie is The Original Gastrobar, with more than 70 locations across the United States. For more information, visit www.barlouie.com.
SOURCE: Bar Louie