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High Point Creamery owners Erika Thomas and Chad Stutz will debut Eiskaffee, a German-inspired coffee and ice cream concept, at the highly anticipated opening of Grange Hall later this month. Eiskaffee is among one of the local concepts joining the exciting roster of vendors at Grange Hall curated by TAG Restaurant Group, the Denver-based restaurant collection founded by Chef Troy Guard.
“We’re so excited to be sharing our new concept Eiskaffee with south Denver!” Thomas said in a press release. “Grange Hall is a fabulous location and it’s been wonderful to see the revitalization of the area.”
Kevin Hawkins and Ken Himel partnered with Guard to transform the nearly 13,000-square-foot venue into an expansive community space to enjoy delicious eats, drinks, and live entertainment. Grange Hall, located in the heart of the Denver Tech Center in Greenwood Village, will feature a stunning outdoor patio, an event space for live music and community events, and an eclectic food and beverage program. The venue will be anchored by micro-brewery Little Dry Creek Brewer and a food hall with nine stalls featuring a collective of artisan chefs and restaurant operators all hand-picked by Guard, including The Crack Shack from San Diego.
Eiskaffee will be the destination for toothsome treats. The menu will feature eiskaffees (cold brew coffee topped with vanilla ice cream, grated chocolate, and whipped cream), Waffle Cone Shots, High Point Creamery homemade ice cream, coffee, pastries, and grab-and-go sandwiches. Highlights among its tantalizing specialty flavors include Honey and Bergamot Orange, Scotch Pudding, and Bavarian Cream.
For its design, the ice cream and coffee shop will draw inspiration from German-inspired branding while boasting bright, bold colors with a modernized touch of pop art.
Eiskaffee anticipates opening by late summer.