Tocabe American Indian Eatery, which debuted in northwest Denver years ago, has finally opened a second outpost, on East Arapahoe Road. And with the new location comes an expanded menu — and the addition of bannock bread. But you can still get our favorite shredded bison at both spots. Is it good enough to go global? Noah thinks so:
I so wish that somehow Tocabe will become the next Chipotle. Because it really does have that possibility with the right capital.
Have you been to the new Tocabe? Or the original? Do you think the concept has the potential to go national? Or even international, like Chipotle?
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