Udi's brings its master-baked breads to Old Town Arvada
Lori Midson

Udi's brings its master-baked breads to Old Town Arvada

Despite the half-dozen "For Lease" signs posted in the storefront windows in Old Town Arvada, at least one restaurant is actually moving in. Udi's Bread Cafe, which already has locations in Stapleton (7357 East 29th Avenue); Louisville (185 South 104th Street); Aurora (12700 East 19th Street); and north Denver (101 East 70th Avenue), is moving into a new retail/restaurant parcel at 7600 Grandview Avenue -- and according to the sign and the guy on stilts who was painting the ceiling, it should be soon. A liquor license hearing is set for Thursday, October 8.

This Udi's will offer something that the other Udi's don't: pizzas, which is awesome news for Arvada bread heads. Meanwhile, Arvada Grill, Alex Gurevich's place that closed early this year, and sits directly across the street from the soon-to-be Udi's, is still black. 

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