Locally owned Taunaz Tavern will expand its dining options with the opening of Breakfast on Ralston in early October. The new restaurant at 9604 Ralston Road, less than a mile from the original …
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Locally owned Taunaz Tavern will expand its dining options with the opening of Breakfast on Ralston in early October.
The new restaurant at 9604 Ralston Road, less than a mile from the original Taunaz Tavern, will serve breakfast along with all of the tavern’s favorites such as its Santa Fe turkey melt and spicy chipotle BBQ bacon burger, and will offers its weekly bottomless hot wing night. The grand opening is planned for the first week of October.
“We are very excited to be growing fast enough that Taunaz needs to expand,” owner Ken Ziegler said in a news release. “Our success has created the opportunity to expand our business to include a full service breakfast restaurant. We are extremely grateful for our family of customers that have supported us over the years.”
Taunaz is known for its promotion of local artists and entertainers in Arvada.
Tom Pounders, whose art studio used to be where the Arvada G Line Station now stands, now works from home and his work can be seen at Taunaz Tavern and other spots around Arvada.
“I’ve been collaborating with loal businesses here in Arvada for years,” Pounders said in a news release. “Taunaz Tavern was one of the first to feature my art. They are a staple here in Arvada. Taunaz Tavern embraces the local community and I am proud to be associated with them.”
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