Four new mini-restaurants are coming to the Westport neighborhood this October, and they’ll all be under one roof.
Atomic Provisions, a restaurant group that operates out of Denver, recently acquired the historic City Ice Building which will house Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company, Fat Sully’s and Frozen Gold.
The space will be a food hall along the lines of the extremely popular Parlor, with four restaurants that bring something different to the table:
- Atomic Cowboy is a nighttime bar serving up beer and libations.
- Breakfast spot Denver Biscuit Co. is known for their giant cinnamon rolls and, as the name suggests, flaky biscuit sandwiches.
- Fat Sully’s will offer up New York-style pizza with a slices-only window for late night munchies.
- Frozen Gold is a relatively newer concept for Atomic Provisions. Soft serve ice cream with “composed builds” will satisfy sweet tooths.
The building plans on hiring 150 employees to staff the four businesses. This is the first venture outside Colorado that Atomic Provisions owner Drew Shader is taking, and he couldn’t be more excited.
“We really like the [Kansas City] market for our first out-of-state stores. We’ve been exploring the area for the past few years,” he says. “And the density around Westport is awesome.”
Shader says that the vibe of the Westport neighborhood reminds him a lot of Denver and that he’s glad that KC is relatively close.
“It’s sort of that Midwestern tenderloin that seems to fit us,” he says.
We’re excited for all four spaces, but just reading the words “soft serve” makes our mouths water.
Shader says Frozen Gold’s specialty is the Chicago-style Garrett Popcorn cone, vanilla ice cream rolled in Cheetos and Cheez-Its and drizzled in caramel.