Patxi's (pronounced pah-cheese) Pizza -- a San Francisco-based pizza chain -- is opening two locations in the metro area later this year: one in Cherry Creek at 185 Steele Street and one in Englewood at 3455 South University Boulevard.
"With seven successful locations in the Bay area, we are ready to take the next step and bring our concept to the Denver market," co-owner William Freeman said in a statement about the expansion. "We're committed to becoming a vital part of the Denver community by creating more than a hundred jobs, sourcing ingredients locally whenever possible and giving back through our charitable endeavors."
Patxi's specializes in Chicago-style pizza, but offers regular and thin crusts options as well beer and wine; view the menu here. And look for both Patxi's to open in the fall.
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