With the success of My Neighbor Felix’s first two locations in Denver and Boulder, My Neighbor Felix parent company, Lotus Concepts, is taking their third location to the city of Centennial this ummer. Setting their sights on the suburbs and Denver Tech Center, you can expect the same elevated Pan-Mexican food spanning from all seve regions of Mexico with a stunning view of the Rocky Mountains in the distance.
The local landmark building, located at 7209 Clinton Street in Centennial, has been going through a new transformation. Originally built in the 1960’s the exterior once included a notable windmill that has been updated into a custom dome feature. A new interior remodel will include a design aesthetic inspired by Mexico City, featuring commissioned artwork from Mexican artist Erick Garcia Gomez and artisanal lighting features created by Atico Decoracion in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. With nearly 11,000 square feet of space and a new additional patio setting featuring two water fountains and an outdoor bar, it’s no doubt this will be a welcome addition to the neighborhood this Summer.
With a spirited new menu slated to make its introduction at this location, guests can expect a combination of their celebrated classic dishes with the addition of new items such as an array of steak selections.. My Neighbor Felix’s elevated, yet approachable, menu proudly offers locally sourced ingredients containing no antibiotics, no hormones, no by-products, and includes vegetarian and gluten free options. They’ve carefully selected an extensive collection of tequilas and mezcals that have proven popular along with their hand crafted cocktails made with the freshest ingredients.
Construction is already underway for their fourth location in Colorado Springs and they’re establishing their roots within the Promenade Shops at Briargate, 1885 Briargate Parkway. Set to open by the end of 2022, My Neighbor Felix is quickly setting themselves apart from the competition when it comes to Pan-Mexican cuisine.