Looking to explore the newest businesses to open in Denver? From a vegan eatery to an axe-throwing spot, read on to see the newest destinations to make their debut recently.
Now open at 1165 S. Broadway, Suite 104 in Overland is Somebody People, a wine bar, cocktail bar and vegan spot.
This spot's owner Sam Maher called the vegan Mediterraean eatery "Palm Springs Meets Miami in the 1980s," according to Denver Eater. On the menu, expect to find rigatoni with almond pesto and grilled oyster mushrooms. On the dessert list, look for a gluten-free brownie.
New to 421 E. Bayaud Ave. in Speer is Fitwall, a boot camp and cardio class and personal training spot.
This is the fitness studio's second Denver location, according to Business Den. Its first location debuted in LoHi in 2016. This spot offers 40-minute fitness classes aimed at building strength, cardio and flexibility.
Wander over to 4106 E. Eighth Ave. in Hale and you'll find Manicured, a nail salon.
This spot is dedicated to sustainability through recycling, using eco-friendly products, conserving water and more, according to its website. On the beauty menu, look for traditional manicures and pedicures, along with specialty treatments like its organic sunflower oil pedicure.
A new addition to Baker, Axe Whooping is an axe-throwing spot that's located at 437 N. Broadway.
This spot boasts a "rage room," a space where customers can smash and shatter various items, a movement that originated in Japan more than a decade ago. Guided axe-throwing sessions are also available, according to its website.
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