President and CEO of Cafe Rio Steve Vaughan Told And now Denver he’s excited about the two new Denver-area openings — which WND covered late last year — and certainly intends to expand further. While Vaughan couldn’t provide specific details on location or venue launch dates due to the concept’s youthfulness, he said. And now Denver that they plan to continue their expansion in both denver and Colorado Springs.
This news follows the announcement of the grand opening of the aforementioned Cafe Rio locations – one in Greenwood Village (9531 East Arapahoe Rd.) launch on September 30and another in Highland Ranch (9215 S. Broadway) is set to debut in December.
“Each new location will celebrate [its] grand opening with exciting games like Plinko and the Corn Hole, and chances for entrants to win a variety of prizes,” explained RSQ. “The first 100 customers of the restaurant will receive free gifts and another 100 will win a free meal! Cafe Rio will also offer fries and salsa or fries and queso for $1.99.
The grand opening of Greenwood Village will take place from September 30 to October 1, starting at 10:30 a.m. and ending at 7:30 p.m. Time information regarding the official opening of the Highlands Ranch is currently unknown.
“Café Rio’s dishes are inspired by authentic recipes from the Rio Grande region of northern Mexico, southern Texas and New Mexico,” says Amber Brown of What Now Media Group. “The restaurant’s mantra is ‘fresh food, prepared fresh’ with Cafe Rio using only the freshest ingredients to create dishes each day.”
Diners at Café Rio can enjoy an array of Tex-Mex dishes, including enchilada-style burritos, regionally inspired salads like sweet pork barbacoa salad; tacos, quesadillas, tortilla soup, sweets and savory/spicy sauces.