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Business

  • Big Choice Brewing moving to Brighton temple

     As soon as early summer, Brighton residents could have the chance to sip on beers with names like cherry cobbler sour brown and poblano stout at Big Choice Brewing, which is set to move into the former Buddhist temple at 21 S. First Ave.

    Building owner Carolyn Corogin recently announced the move. The Broomfield brewery is expected to take control of the building within the week, according to co-owner Andrea Miller.

  • Jordinelli's remodel uncovers murals

    Jordinelli’s Sports Bar and Grill at 25 N. Main St. is getting a new look.

    As development continues along North Main Street, Jordinelli’s owner Dan Doherty wants to remodel his 1930s-era establishment to meet the changing times. The brick façade and large neon sign will remain the same outside, but Doherty has big remodeling plans for the interior.

    “Downtown Brighton is becoming trendy, and we need to adjust for a different clientele,” Doherty said..

  • New restaurant/brewery planned for North Main

    A new restaurant/brewery will open in downtown Brighton in the future, if the commercial broker for the abandoned building in front of the planned Cannery Lofts apartments on North Main Street has his way.

    Manny Cereceres, a broker at Retro Commercial in Westminster, said the unique 5,404-square-foot former cannery building on North Main is perfect for a brewpub or a restaurant. The existing building is expected to compliment the $18 million Cannery Lofts – 99 new apartments to be built at 224 N. Main St.

  • Lone Star Steakhouse suddenly shuts doors in Brighton

    The Lone Star Steakhouse in Brighton locked its doors abruptly at the end of the day Friday, Jan. 20, without much notice to customers or employees.

    The restaurant’s other locations in the state also seem to have closed that day, according to the company website. No one answered the phone or returned calls during business hours from the restaurant’s corporate office in Plano, Texas.

  • 'Agritourism' plan could spur economic activity

    If you go:

    Learn about an "agritourism" plan called the District Plan

    3 p.m. Wednesday, March 8

    Brighton City Hall

    500 S. Fourth Ave.

    MetroWest Report

  • Swedish retailer IKEA coming to north metro area

    Residents and the regional economy are expected to benefit from a new IKEA furniture store planned to open nine miles west of Brighton at Interstate 25 in 2019, officials say.

    The Swedish-based retailer plans to build a 300,000-to-400,000-square-foot store on a 123-acre parcel on the northeast corner of Interstate 25 and Colorado Highway 7 in Broomfield.

  • One door closes, another opens
  • Yak and Yeti to open in former Lone Star

    The former Lone Star Steakhouse building in the Brighton Pavilions won't be empty much longer.

    Yak and Yeti, an Indian restaurant serving house-brewed, handcrafted beer, is slated to open this summer in the building at 305 Pavilions Place, according to a Brighton Economic Development Corp. news release. Owner Dol Bhattarai lives in Brighton.

    “I chose to open in Brighton because it is my new home,” Bhattarai said in the release. “It was a goal of mine since I moved to the area over a year ago.”

  • Brighton could benefit from IKEA

    Residents and the regional economy are expected to benefit from a new IKEA furniture store planned to open nine miles west of Brighton at Interstate 25 in 2019, officials say.

    The Swedish-based retailer plans to build a 300,000-to-400,000-square-foot store on a 123-acre parcel on the northeast corner of Interstate 25 and Colorado Highway 7 in Broomfield.

  • New owner, business coming to downtown Brighton

    Another new business is coming to downtown Brighton.