LoHi remains the city's hottest restaurant neighborhood in town, with would-be restaurateurs still looking for open spaces in the area. The most recent project announced is Central Bistro and Bar, going in right on the edge of Highland, where Lance Barto will be serving new American food.
But what about old American food...like a sandwich? Or a big burrito?
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I live in Lower Highland and absolutely love the slew of independent restaurants and shops, but we are in dire need of some form of fast casual food. The only option is Mary Janes Pizza, which is a late night spot. Would it be so terrible to put a Chipotle or a local sandwich shop somewhere on 32nd?
Chipotle, of course, is a homegrown product; The massive burrito chain got its start with a single Chipotle on East Evans Avenue twenty years ago. Would it be so terrible to put one on West 32nd? What else does LoHi need?