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Silverthorne’s Bluebird Market welcomes 3 new food concepts

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By Margaret Jackson / NewsBreak Denver

(Silverthorne, Colo.) Bluebird Market at Silverthorne’s 4th Street Crossing has three new food concepts to offer visitors.

Lucky Bird, a fried chicken eatery, serves chicken tenders, sandwiches, salads and wraps. Created by Chef Leigh Davison, Lucky Bird was launched as a Denver food truck in 2018 before expanding into the Edgewater Public Marketplace.

Started by Alex and Arlene La Marca in 2001 on Main Street in Breckenridge, Crepes a la Carte pours savory and sweet customized crepes.

Don’t Call Me Charlie’s scoops up 16 flavors of ice cream, along with milkshakes and pints to go. The company makes small-batch ice cream with natural ingredients, colors and flavors.

Opened earlier this year, Bluebird Market offers open indoor and outdoor seating, flexible event space, an indoor arcade and a yard game area.

Other tenants in the Summit County food hall, which opens at 7 a.m. daily, include Nomad Coffee, Colorado Marketplace & Bakery, Baja Chimayo, Tilford’s Pizza, Hook & Harvest, The Mighty Colorado Burger and Lazo Empanadas. The market also has an eclectic mix of pop-up Colorado retailers.

Bluebird Market will host a Silverthorne Olympic & Paralympic Athlete Celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. on June 7. The event will feature autograph signing by 2022 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic athletes Red Gerard, Garrett Geros and Zach Miller.

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