Denver, CO, February 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Comfort Café is pleased to announce that it will soon reopen as the only dedicated gluten free restaurant kitchen in the Denver Metropolitan area.
The Comfort Café has been known as a unique eating establishment and community gathering place since inception in June 2010. As a volunteer run, not for profit organization, The Comfort Café is always responsive to the needs and requests of guests. The menu features whole, healthy and preservative free food with vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Now, in response to overwhelming demand, management has decided to dedicate the kitchen to excellent and delicious gluten free cooking.
“We are very excited about our decision to dedicate our kitchen to delicious and nutritious gluten free cooking,” said Jan Bezuidenhout, owner of Namaste Hospice and a founder of The Comfort Café. “It is important to us to be welcoming and inclusive. In making this choice we are opening our doors to a rapidly expanding community of people who cannot or prefer not to consume wheat and related products for health reasons. Our new menu, which includes house baked breads and pastries, is really fantastic. We are so pleased that our community felt comfortable in steering The Comfort Café in this new direction,” she concluded.
The Café staff will be taking a few days in early February to thoroughly clean the environment. When it re-opens on February 3rd, The Comfort Café will be the only 100% dedicated gluten free restaurant in Denver!
Visit the Café for the grand re-opening on Friday February 3, 2012 during the First Friday Art Walk on Tennyson from 5-10 PM. The Comfort Café is located at 3945 Tennyson Street in Denver.
About The Comfort Café
The Comfort Café is a not for profit community kitchen that is closely affiliated with Namaste Hospice. Its goals are to feed the hungry and all who care to eat delicious and nutritious meals, memorialize the deceased, comfort the bereaved and others who experience difficulty or sadness, and to create community. Most of our recipes were shared with us by family members as they recall celebratory times with their loved ones who have passed away. Almost everyone who works at The Comfort Café is a volunteer. The Comfort Cafe does not charge guests for meals. The Comfort Café gratefully accepts donations of time, money and unprocessed food to further our mission in the community.
For more information please contact:
Kelly Petty, Innovative Hospice Community Organizer
Toby Krause, Volunteer Coordinator
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