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Guess What's Coming to the Stanley Marketplace When It Opens Later This Year

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Here are the answers, separated so that the fifteen actual food and/or beverage vendors are at the top of the list. You probably also want to know when the Stanley Marketplace will open. The latest estimate is August this year; after all, it takes time to lay out all those license plates.

Food and Drink

Casita: A new craft brewery specializing in Oaxacan flavors and ambience

Comida: This will be the third location of the popular upscale taqueria, after the Longmont and Brighton Boulevard (inside the Source) spots.

Denver Biscuit Co.: This will be the fourth biscuitry from the group that also runs Atomic Cowboy and Fat Sully's Pizza shops on East Colfax Avenue, South Broadway and Tennyson Street.

Etai’s Juice Bar: A pared-down, juice-only version of the multi-location Etai's Bakery Cafe concept from the Udi Baron Group.

Izzio Artisan Bakery: Another Udi Baron Group concept. This is the second full-scale Izzio Bakery from the group, after the Louisville original.

Logan House Coffee: The first brick-and-mortar location for a local coffee roaster that sells coffee online in recycled wine bottles.

Maria Empanada: The second location for the charming Argentinian cafe on South Broadway

Miette et Chocolat: A French patisserie and chocolate shop whose co-owner, Dave Lewis, recently coated an enormous plaster sculpture of Peyton Manning in chocolate. Gonzalo Jiménez is his confectionery cohort.

Mondo Market: The gourmet market in the Source gets a second spot in the Stanley.

Rolling Smoke BBQ: The mobile barbecue kitchen will put down roots at the Stanley — less rolling and more smoking.

Rosenberg’s Deli: This will be the second location for the Five Points bagel bakery and deli.

Sazza: A second location for the Neapolitan pizzeria that has served Greenwood Village for nearly a decade.

Stanley Beer Hall: Kevin Taylor's foray into casual, approachable dining.

Sweet Cow: More ice cream from the creamery with five current Front Range shops.

Clementine’s (beauty salon)
Endorphin (fitness)
From the Hip Photo (photography studio)
Goose & the Goat (shoe shop — bet we got you on this one)
Hope Tank (a gift shop with a charitable mission)
Hot Mamas Exercise (fitness)
Kindess Yoga (fitness)
Kismet (women's clothing)
L Style Bar (beauty salon)
Natural Balance (wellness)
Poppy + Pine (florist — but you might have been fooled)
Stapleton Dental (dentist)
Symmetry Massage (wellness)
Tootsies the Nail Shoppe (manicures)
Trunk Nouveau (jewelry and gifts)
Velvet Wolf (women's clothing — but we so wanted this to be a hip new eatery)
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Mark Antonation is the former Westword Food & Drink Editor. In 2018, he was named Outstanding Media Professional by the Colorado Restaurant Association; he's now with the Colorado Restaurant Foundation.
Contact: Mark Antonation