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Old Today, 06:17 AM
 
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Chuy's to hire 150 for its first Colorado Springs restaurant

https://gazette.com/business/chuy-s-...901a19c9f.html

"Tex-Mex restaurant chain Chuy's plans to hire 150 full- and part-time employees for its first Colorado Springs location.

Chuy's, based in Austin, Texas, will open in March at Briargate Parkway and Chapel Hills Drive in the Highlands at Briargate commercial center. Jobs will include hosts, servers, bussers, bartenders and kitchen staff."

I didn't realize this new development was about to open.

I wonder what else is being developed there.
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Old Today, 07:02 AM
 
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Chuy's to hire 150 for its first Colorado Springs restaurant

https://gazette.com/business/chuy-s-...901a19c9f.html

"Tex-Mex restaurant chain Chuy's plans to hire 150 full- and part-time employees for its first Colorado Springs location.

Chuy's, based in Austin, Texas, will open in March at Briargate Parkway and Chapel Hills Drive in the Highlands at Briargate commercial center. Jobs will include hosts, servers, bussers, bartenders and kitchen staff."

I didn't realize this new development was about to open.

I wonder what else is being developed there.
Seems the "Tex-Mex" theme is getting pretty saturated in this town now.

Hopefully the margaritas are better than the others, esp. Jose Muldoons!
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Old Today, 07:57 AM
 
Location: Colorado Springs
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"The first phase of this project includes five separate buildings totaling nearly 26,000-square feet with space for nine tenants. Leases have been signed with the following brands: Smashburger, Einstein’s Bagels/Caribou Coffee, Basil & Barley Neapolitan Pizzeria, Verizon Wireless, Massage Height’s and Chuy’s Tex Mex. This will be the first location in Colorado Springs for both Chuy’s and Basil & Barley. Currently, only two spaces remain available for lease in this phase. Future phases of the project will include trending shopping, dining, entertainment, office and medical services. This development is positioned in the rapidly growing north side of Colorado Springs and offers easy access to and from I-25, as well as local traffic along Briargate Parkway. A new, fully signalized intersection will be added at the main entrance to the development. The center is also located within one of the most heavily populated office areas in Colorado Springs, with employee counts in excess of 12,000 within a 1 mile radius of the site. In addition to the vibrant daytime population, this area has incredibly strong household demographics, including an average household income approaching $130,000."

https://www.thekeithcorp.com/news/tk...opping-center/

This is a good example of how retail follows rooftops.
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Old Today, 09:24 AM
 
Location: Colorado
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Seems the "Tex-Mex" theme is getting pretty saturated in this town now.

Hopefully the margaritas are better than the others, esp. Jose Muldoons!
Want some queso with that whine?
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Old Today, 12:25 PM
 
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Want some queso with that whine?
Nope- just my money's worth.
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Old Today, 12:54 PM
 
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Back "home", both Chuys and Rudys are regional chains and probably the last place more discriminating locals will go for Mexican food or BBQ. That being said, I am very happy they are here now since we haven't found really good restaurants for either yet. If memory serves, Chuy's was known for cheap and decent margaritas.
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Old Today, 01:03 PM
 
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Back "home", both Chuys and Rudys are regional chains and probably the last place more discriminating locals will go for Mexican food or BBQ. That being said, I am very happy they are here now since we haven't found really good restaurants for either yet. If memory serves, Chuy's was known for cheap and decent margaritas.
Hopefully like Fuzzy's- thank you!
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Old Today, 07:37 PM
 
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Chuy's is one of our favorite Tex-Mex chains from back in South Texas. Very good, reasonably priced Tex-Mex with excellent happy hour deals on weeknights. We will be frequenting often once it opens!
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