Denver Food Hall to Use QR Codes, SMS
When Junction Food & Drink opens in Denver next month, the food hall will include digital ordering solutions, delivery and curbside pickup.
Located at 2000 S. Colorado Blvd., the chef-driven food hall will feature an eclectic collection of 10 food stalls in addition to Denver-based Sonder Coffee and Tea and its 40-foot, indoor/outdoor Junction Bar.
The space includes a 4,000-square-foot outdoor patio. Once virus-related restrictions are lifted, the patio will hold up to 160 guests, and the combined indoor and outdoor seating will accommodate over 400 guests.
In addition to dine-in service, Junction will offer curbside pickup and delivery through DoorDash and Grubhub. Guests can also easily order online directly from Junction Food and Drink, park in the designated spaces and have their food delivered curbside.
Guests dining on-premise can order using a QR code at their table to limit contact with servers and receive a text when their food is ready to be picked up.
Junction has implemented enhanced sanitization measures to ensure that recommended standards are exceeded. Team members are required to wear masks at all times. According to a SevenRooms study, 52% of diners want wearing face masks enforced.
- Guests are required to wear masks when they are not eating or drinking.
- Cleaning staff size has been doubled from original plans.
Participating restaurants include:Big Wave Taco Shop, Bird on a Wire Southern Chick’n,Ebisu Ramen and Sushi, Grind and Grill Burger, Lazo Empanadas, Miner’s Meat and Cheese, Paciugo Gelato, Pete’s-A-Pie of Denver, Shawarma Shack, and Smok Barbeque.