Dispelling a rumor that the outfit was soon to be sold to The Old Spaghetti Factory chain, proprietor Craig Ochs sent out a press release earlier this morning announcing that the building would as of next week turn into a special events center to be called The Depot.
The last day for regular food service will be next Monday, Oct. 24.
Here's a snapshot of the announcement:
Giuseppe’s Old Depot Restaurant is now The Depot, a place where Events are made Special.
We provide the beautiful Denver Rio Grande and Western Railroad depot that has been a part of the life and vitality of the people of the Pikes Peak region for 122 years. We offer modern amenities in an historic building. Our staff provides excellent food and service ensuring that your special event is unforgettable.
With 35 years experience in the hosting of special events which include weddings, receptions, bridal parties, school class reunions, birthday parties, anniversary celebrations, celebration of life gatherings, tourist groups, sales meetings, press conferences, political meetings, business meetings, service club meetings, holiday celebrations, bar and bat mitzvahs, graduation parties and more, The Depot has a proud tradition of making every event unique.
Please contact one of our event coordinators and begin to discover why The Depot is the ideal place in the Pikes Peak region to have your next special event. We look forward to seeing you!
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