One of the prominent reasons for Food Halls to grow in the Front Range suburbs is the locations, and people enjoy food and entertainment together. Food halls in suburban areas are not surprising, and they are not revolutionary. Food halls are associated with urban settings.
More food halls are popping up in the Golden, Aurora, Greenwood Village, and Westminster. The guests want food in a gathering spot and near to the downtown area. Shaker's next Food Hall will open next May in Westminster. The 12,000 square foot space will have five food stalls and a self-pour wall for beer.
Westminster has an opportunity to create a distinctive spot for food and drinks between Boulder and Denver. People enjoyed going to the downtown area. Now, with the Shaker's Food hall, they won't have to go downtown to enjoy themselves. The Greenwood village will have a lineup like the Grange Hall in Greenwood Plaza, and Pindustry opened on June 27 in Greenwood Village.