Tocabe's fry bread sizzles in the national spotlight

Tocabe, the native American fast-casual restaurant at 3536 West 44th Avenue that Ben Jacobs and Matt Chandra opened in December 2008, is the focus of a new Atlantic story headlined "Fry Bread Nation."

While the piece looks at the increased hunger for native American foods nationally, Tocabe gets the most press. Which is appropriate, since Jacobs tells the magazine that "ur goal is to be big." A long-rumored second outpost will open in Denver in September, he says, with a dozen more to follow across the country.

Hungry to know more? Jason Sheehan raved about Tocabe's fry bread in this review from exactly a year ago.

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