After months...and months...and months of hungry impatience on the part of Denverites yearning for a year-round culinary showroom, The Source, a promising -- and pioneering -- new project from urban developers Mickey and Kyle Zeppelin, the progressive trailblazers behind the TAXI development in Rive ... More >>
"I'm bursting at the seams, I'm so excited," says Comida Cantina owner Rayme Rossello, who just inked a deal to open a second Comida in a 2,700-square-foot restaurant space inside the Source, a behemoth indoor artisan European market, conceived and undertaken by urban developer Kyle Zeppelin, that w ... More >>
Serena Romeo Comida Cantina 721 Confidence Drive, Longmont 720-204-6455 www.eatcomida.com This is part one of my interview with Serena Romeo, exec chef of Comida Cantina. Part two of our interview will run in this space tomorrow. Before her two-year stint on a food truck, Serena Romeo had never w ... More >>
Good weather looks like it's here to stay, which means that food-truck season is revving up. Boulder is finally getting in on the action with "TRUCK IT!", the town's first truck party, set for June 8.
When Rayme Rossello first announced her plans to build Comida Cantina, a stationary extension of her mobile concept, in Longmont, she had big plans for brunch: "In my dreams, I'd love to do a 9 to 5 service that's old-style Mexican: long, leisurely, pork dinners and whole roasted chickens served fam ... More >>
Lori MidsonIf Rayme Rossello was worried that Comida Cantina, her new brick-and-mortar that just opened in the Prospect development in Longmont, wouldn't be a hit in the ritzy 'hood, the gazillion bodies who packed the joint last weekend should alleviate any concerns. Rossello, who launche ... More >>
Comida Cantina, the brick-and-mortar counterpart to the Comida truck owned by Rayme Rossello, opens this weekend in Longmont, offering an expanded menu of street food goods plus a bar full of cocktails and licuados.
We've seen a number of the area's most successful food trucks cement permanent locations over the last year or so, inking deals on restaurant spaces that allow them to expand their mobile brands into fuller service (and often alcohol-supplemented) ventures. The latest to do so is Comida, a big, pink ... More >>
Comida will soon get a stationary counterpart.After it got rolling in the summer of 2010, the mobile food movement really picked up speed, with new trucks hitting the pavement just about every week. Last spring Comida, a big, pink, Boulder-based taco truck (wo)manned by Rayme Rossello, a long ... More >>
Boulder's hot pink Comida truckBig news on the street food front: Come May, Boulderites will be introduced to a new Pepto-Bismol pink truck wheeling around their 'hoods. "We're going to paint it really, really, really pink; you're definitely going to want to get your tacos from our truck," sa ... More >>