Ramon Campos, owner of
in Golden, hopes to have his second restaurant open by tomorrow, Christmas Eve at the latest. The new spot is taking over the former home of a Mexican joint at 4301 West 44th Avenue, just off Tennyson Street.
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And even if the doors aren't officially open, Campos will be filming a cooking demonstration at the new spot tomorrow, which he says will air on Fox 31 sometime between 8:30 and 10 p.m. December 23.
Campos had hoped to open this second space in the first week of December , but the usual restaurant opening delays got in the way. The new restaurant will seat thirty to forty and have a few menu additions to those already offered in Golden, including goat meat empanadas and arepas.
Campos is still trying to secure a liquor license for his Denver restaurant; the Golden spot does not have one. Liquor or not, the new location will have the same hours as the original: 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, and with any luck, Campos will add a food truck to his empire by next summer.