Pancho Poncho Coming to Capitol Hill Restaurant Scene 

This new concept will be replacing Logan Street eatery.
Pancho Poncho Coming to Capitol Hill Restaurant Scene
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Capitol Hill is preparing to say goodbye to one restaurant and welcome another in its place. Westword reports Logan Street restaurant, located at 400 E 7th Ave., will be transitioning into Pancho Poncho, an exciting Mexican concept.

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Logan Street has faced challenges since its late 2019 opening, right before the COVID-19 pandemic. Its operators, who are also the owners of the adjacent Carboy Winery taproom and nearby Angelo’s Taverna, decided to change the vision of the space.

With Benny’s — a neighborhood favorite for Mexican food — closed, there was a hole in the market in the area for the cuisine. The concept will feature recipes created with the help of the entire kitchen staff, including burritos, enchiladas, tacos, and molcajetes. 

Pancho Poncho will continue the popular happy hour tradition with deals on drinks and appetizers, with deals around $6 to $7. Bar manager Max Smith is creating a cohesive cocktail menu that includes innovative drinks such as sangria and wine-a-ritas.

Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.
Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.
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