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Ice Cream Flies Into Stapleton this Weekend

Stapleton lands a new ice cream parlor on Saturday when the Constellation Ice Cream from Little Man Ice Cream officially opens. Announced back in 2017, the 355-square-foot walk-up kiosk in Town Center features five service windows.

Little Man handcrafted ice cream treats include sorbet and ice cream novelties, such as the flambéed “Connie Pop,” a baked Alaska popsicle finished over an open flame.

Exclusive Constellation creations include Cruising Altitude, a cookie butter base mixed with airline pretzels and peanuts; Red Eye, a vanilla coffee base with a fudge swirl; and Turbulence, a mixture of marshmallow, charcoal ice cream, and chocolate pearl crisps. Chocolate airplane toppings and a variety of specialty ice cream sandwiches round out the menu.

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Little Man Ice Cream’s latest, Constellation starts scooping in Stapleton

Denver’s own Willy Wonka wants to bring back some wonder to the city’s former airport site this weekend with the opening of The Constellation Ice Cream in Stapleton.

Nearly 20 years after Stapleton International Airport closed, Paul Tamburello, the owner of Little Man Ice Cream, and his team have installed a 74-foot aluminum airplane wing, propellers and all, in the Eastbridge Town Center at E. 29th Drive and MLK Boulevard.

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The 25 Best Restaurants in Denver 2017

A fast-casual Italian joint serving fine-dining-worthy fare. A penthouse dazzler. A first-time offering in Aurora from a New York transplant. As this year’s list of best restaurants reflects, the metro area’s dining scene is changing in exciting ways: defying neighborhood boundaries, expanding the definition of a top-tier experience, and even challenging the idea of what a restaurant is and can be. Seven of the spots below have opened in the past 12 months, and they’re here because, like the stalwarts, each delivers delicious food, thoughtful hospitality, and comfortable surroundings, day in and day out. Whether old guard or new, helmed by a local chef or an import, white-tablecloth or counter-service, these 25 eateries are rising to the challenge of meeting—and exceeding—the evolving expectations of hungry Coloradans.

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The Constellation to Zoom Over Stapleton this Fall

Some very good news for fans of LoHi’s Little Man Ice Cream creations and admirers of vintage-style roadside Americana; The Constellation ice cream shop veers back on track at Stapleton’s Eastbridge Town Center, paying homage to the airport and the Pan Am-era of travel. The bold project, announced almost a year ago and destined to become the visual figurehead for the retail hub, gets back on a new schedule, currently hiring and pushing for an official mid-November debut.

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Cattivella Set to Open Today as Eastbridge Stapleton’s First Restaurant

Nearly a year ago, Elise Wiggins left her longtime position as executive chef at Panzano to pursue her vision of opening the Italian restaurant she’d always wanted. And the day has finally come: Cattivella opens to the public tonight at 10195 East 29th Avenue. It’s the first eatery to debut in the new Eastbridge Stapleton shopping center.

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Peek Inside the Upcoming Concourse Restaurant Moderne

Come spring, chefs Lon Symensma and Luke Bergman, who worked together in their New York City days, will unveil their joint project in the Stapleton area. Concourse Restaurant Moderne, located at 10195 E. 29th Drive, calls itself a progressive American cuisine spot that makes use of European techniques.

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