Yet another one of Denver’s stalwart hospitality businesses has announced its closing. This one, however, is expected to be temporary.
As of Monday, Coffee at The Point, which has been serving up caffeine fixes to locals in Five Points since 2010, is closed “for a makeover, do-over, and remodel,” owner Ryan Cobbins announced on social media. The business is expected to reopen on Sept. 13.
In his note, Cobbins laid out several challenges Coffee at The Point has been facing – including inflation, the rising cost of labor, and staffing difficulties – that are all too familiar to folks in the hospitality industry. His biggest, though, is unique to the neighborhood.
“In the last year, there have been a compounding amount of events that have been taxing,” Cobbins wrote. “The…
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