Friday, February 23, 2018

The Little Imbiss German eatery soft-opens in Holland Park

Posted By on Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 10:03 AM

  • Courtesy The Little Imbiss
Just shy of three years after first opening, Berlin-style food truck The Little Imbiss has made the jump to brick-and-mortar, soft-opening in the shopping center on the corner of Chestnut Street and Garden of the Gods Road on Feb. 20.

Co-owner Brian Moberly says he and wife/co-owner Patricia are sticking to the truck’s German street food model, meaning less sauerbraten and more currywurst. They are, however, adding a few new items like bouletten (beef patties), schnitzel sandwiches and döner sliders, and as a weekend special, they plan to offer roasted chickens.

Patricia’s been running things since the beginning, while Brian stuck with his full-time job in intelligent transportation. Last year, seeing the truck’s success, banks started returning their calls for loans. Brian’s now full-time at the restaurant, working alongside his wife.

“We looked at it and everything else...” he says. “I had to get someone in here to run the business who knows [it] rather than waste money on managers [who might not].”

Brian adds that they’re closing in on a liquor license and will soon offer German beers in bottles, plus tap pours from Denver’s authentic German Prost Brewing Company. Expect a grand opening sometime in March.

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