Grange Hall readies opening in Denver with Bubu, Crack Shack, Rado Burgers

Location at Denver Tech Center anchored by Little Dry Creek Brewery

Tag Restaurant Group’s Grange Hall, a culinary collection of food and drink concepts in the Denver Tech Center in Denver, Colo. prepares for its grand opening September 23, 2021. Bubu, The Crack Shack, Crazy Love Pizza, Eiskaffee, Honey Fish, Rado Burgers, and Uptown & Homboldt are brands that will be serving up their fare as Grange Hall opens its doors and in the subsequent months.

Chef Troy Guard founded Tag Restaurant Group, which now operates 8 concepts and 15 locations in Denver and Houston, Texas.

The food hall is anchored by Little Dry Creek Brewery, a micro-brewery led by Tag Restaurant Group (TRG) Beverage Director Nikki Guard, and features nine food stalls. An outdoor patio presents guests the opportunity to take in views of Pike’s Peak. There is also a pop-up stall for local entrepreneurs to give their shot at experimenting and launching new brands.

TRG brings Bubu, a better-bowls concept, Grange Hall—the concept’s fourth location. Bubu was inspired by Troy Guard’s upbringing in Hawaii and offers customers premium protein selections, like sushi-grade tuna or salmon, tiger shrimp, organic tofu, or grilled chicken or steak, served atop a bed of white or brown rice, with fresh local greens, or rice noodles.

Crazy Love Pizza is not the typical pizzeria, suggests TRG, and is Troy Guard’s first pizza concept. Years in development, Crazy love offers adventurous toppings and include chef creations, like the Southern special fried chicken, hot honey, pickle, and dill aioli pizza; a Korean-inspired pizza with kal bi steak, kim chi, sesame bean sprouts, and soy gochujang; and an homage to Colorado, featuring River Bear salami, arugula, Boulder goat cheese, and Pueblo green chili.


Founded by Michael Rosen in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood in 2015, The Crack Shack serves up “SoCal Style” fried chicken using non-GMO, “beyond free range” birds fresh from Red Bird Farms, and a secret proprietary “Crack Spice” blend from Le Sanctuaire. The casual creation at The Crack Shack does borrow inspiration and local ingredients from Rosen’s Juniper and Ivy fine-dining restaurant.

Honey Fish is the newest concept from the owner of Mizu Izakaya, Jianxiong Li. Honey Fish will bring temaki hand rolls and sushi starting in October.

“We are so excited to collaborate with Troy Guard’s TAG Restaurant Group to bring this fresh and exciting concept to Colorado, giving more people the opportunity to try our hand-selected, fresh and sustainable fish to the Tech Center area,” says Li.


Guests seeking out 100% ColoRADO grass-fed beef burgers will find Guard’s Rado Burgers. The Grange Hall eatery will feature single or double patties, served on local buns from Harvest Moon Baking Co., and brought to the table with Kennebec or sweet potato fries.

Eiskaffee, a German-inspired coffee and ice cream concept from High Point Creamery owners Erika Thomas and Chad Stutz, and Mediterranean-style Uptown & Humbold are additional dining options at Grange Hall.

Grange Hall, 6575 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

For more about the publisher of this restaurant news site, navigate here.

Leave a Reply