Chocolate Factory returns After a major facelift and under new ownership, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Cafe has opened at the Outlets at Castle Rock. The cafe, which had been closed since April …
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Chocolate Factory returns
After a major facelift and under new ownership, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory Cafe has opened at the Outlets at Castle Rock.
The cafe, which had been closed since April 2018, reopened in December and is the first Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory store in the United States to feature a cafe concept.
“When we were given this opportunity, we absolutely had to take it. It was an easy decision,” co-owner Brianna Blaylock said in a news release. “We’re so passionate about what Rocky does and what they stand for and we can’t wait for people to come hang out in the café and see that for themselves.”
The store reopened Dec. 21, but its official grand opening is Jan. 29. This event will feature a 150-pound fudge mountain, and free 12-ounce coffee will be given out with any purchase.
Culver’s opens in Castle Rock
Culver’s of Castle Rock opened Jan. 14 at 654 Genoa Way. The restaurant serves fast-casual food, cooked-to-order. It is locally owned and operated by Greg Adams.
“We’re thrilled to bring handcrafted, high-quality meals and desserts to the community of Castle Rock,” Adams said in a news release. “I have lived in the area since 2002 and think it’s a wonderful area and we are excited to become a contributing and active member of the business community.”
Mici’s to open in Parker
Mici Handcrafted Italian, a family-founded fast-casual chain based out of Denver, will open its sixth location, and its largest to date, at 11290 Twenty Mile Road in Parker.
The Parker site is slated to open in spring 2019. The 2,500-square-foot restaurant will have seating for 70 and a 20-seat patio. It will offer dine-in, carry-out, catering and delivery.
The company also lauched a new point of sale system, which includes an online ordering tool that is mobile optimized, an accompanying loyalty rewards program and a new mobile app.
Mici’s has locations in Denver, Highlands Ranch and Lafayette.
Handyman Matters has been recognized as part of Newsweek’s inaugural list of America’s Best Companies for Customer Service.
Handyman Matters is the top brand in the list’s Home Referral Services and Home Repairs category. The independent study used data from a survey of more than 20,000 U.S. customers and focused solely on customer service.
“What an honor,” owner and founder Andy Bell said in a news release. “We cannot be more thrilled for the recognition our owners earned by being ranked first in our category. It’s so gratifying to see the efforts our owners deliver to our customers day in and day out rewarded by those they are serving.”
Handyman Matters’ locally owned and operated locations provide professional and multi-skilled craftsmen, trained to handle a homeowners’ to-do list in addition to larger, more critical projects like a bathroom refresh or remodel.
Handyman Matters of South and West Denver services Centennial, Castle Rock, Littleton and more.
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