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Tstreet Roadhouse Will Debut in Belmar on March 30

The owners of Spanky's Urban Roadhouse in the University of Denver neighborhood, the Wazee Supper Club downtown and multiple Dusty Boot steakhouses throughout Colorado are expanding their lineup this month. Roadhouse Hospitality Group will unveil the Tstreet Roadhouse in Belmar on Wednesday, March 30.

The company began construction on the new eatery last summer, in a corner space that was previously a Lane Bryant store. Like sibling restaurant the Roadhouse Boulder Depot, which just opened at the end of 2015, the Tstreet Roadhouse will feature a variety of casual and slightly more upscale dishes, ranging from burgers and flatbread pizzas to internationally inspired snacks (roasted shishito peppers, ahi tacos, carnitas nachos and edamame all rub shoulders) and house specialties like short-rib enchiladas and a New York strip crusted with peppercorns.

Tstreet will be open for lunch and dinner daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., with later hours on Fridays and Saturdays. The kitchen cranks up the burners at 9 a.m. for weekend breakfasts. 

Roadhouse Hospitality Group was founded in 1991 with the purchase of Spanky's by John, Dan and Mike Shipp. Since then, the Shipp family has expanded to nearly twenty restaurants, through purchases of existing eateries and also creating new builds, like the recent Roadhouse concepts.

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