newsDenver’s Appeal to Millennials?
Friday, October 07, 2016

On Pecos Street in the Lower Highlands section, known as LoHi, Avanti Food & Beverage has transformed an old 11,000-square-foot factory and auto repair shop into a sort of food court for the Uber generation.

Seated cafeteria-style in the main dining area one recent night, a young crowd, many in hoodies and yoga pants, were sampling dishes from seven local start-up restaurants. Udon noodles, tortas (Mexican sandwiches) and Venezuelan-style flatbreads were among the choices offered by entrepreneurial restaurateurs, most of them food-truck vendors hoping to make the leap to brick and mortar.

Nothing cost more than $15.

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