Shakes will not be served to mile-high foodies on the Stapleton location of Punch Bowl Social.
The distinctive two-story bar and restaurant, which features a milkshake lab, bowling alley, ping pong, classic arcade video games, karaoke rooms, outdoor mini-golf, and cornhole, won’t be reopening after closing its doorways in mid-March as a result of COVID-19.
Failing to return to an settlement on new lease phrases with the constructing’s landlord, Punch Bowl Social made the decision to completely shut its Stapleton location at 3120 North Uinta Avenue in Denver.
Founder and CEO of Punch Bowl Social, Robert Thompson addressed the closure stating, “On this new actuality, landlords can’t count on to keep up establishment financial phrases that have been negotiated in pre-pandemic occasions.”
In 2017, the previous Stapleton Airport management tower got here again to life as Punch Bowl Social Stapleton.
Thompson added, “Punch Bowl Social is a life-style model that transcends a single location. After we re-open throughout the nation, we’ll accomplish that neatly and with companions who’re in it with us. Transferring ahead, we’ll solely be working with landlords with whom we will set up appropriate and mutually helpful phrases.”
This isn’t the one closure that Punch Bowl Social is going through amid the pandemic. The Schaumburg, Illinois location has additionally been shut down for a similar motive.
Whereas two of the 20 Punch Bowl Social places have completely closed their doorways this month, the unique South Broadway location in Denver is formally set to re-open.