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Three-in-one restaurant concept to open in Colorado Springs

Posted at 4:59 PM, Aug 29, 2018
and last updated 2018-08-29 18:59:18-04

Denver Biscuit Company, Atomic Cowboy, Fat Sully's

COLORADO SPRINGS – Not just one, but three restaurant concepts are opening under the same roof in Colorado Springs.

The Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company and Fat Sully’s are making their way to southern Colorado. So, not only are us southern Coloradans getting flaky, buttery, hot biscuits, we are getting New York style pizza, signature cocktails and some craft beer and wine.

Talk about a three in one deal! The new home to the restaurant will be at 528 South Tejon Street, which was formerly known as Southside Johnny’s. The well-known Southside Johnny’s sign was used to create the new Fat Sully’s sign, according to a release.

One of the newest additions to the building is a 2,500 square foot rooftop deck that will be open year-round. The new addition will provide live music, drinking, dining, and some mesmerizing views of Pikes Peak.

So when is all this going down, the unique restaurant is set to open on September 4 at 8 a.m.

“Our goal is to not only operate a unique restaurant and bar venue in Colorado Springs but also become integrally involved in the Colorado Springs community.  We are incorporating many local vendors, charities, and partners right out of the gate,” said Shader.  One hundred percent of the gratuities given to staff during the restaurant’s training days will be donated to Colorado Springs-based Angels of America’s Fallen.  “Finding local partners has always been vitally important to us.  Thus far, Atomic has partnered with Loyal Coffee, Red Leg Brewing, Bristol Brewing, Lee Spirits Gin, Schmidt Apiaries Honey and will be growing the list of local support as we move forward,” says Shader.

Atomic Provisions says its core value is giving back to the community and support local causes. For every one dollar spent on Red Leg Beer, that money will be donated to Angels of America’s Fallen. Those charities will change throughout the year, the company said.

Atomic Provisions, based out of Denver, started in 2004 after Drew Shafer took over the Atomic Cowboy on Colfax Street. It was operated as a dive bar for about four years when he decided a late night food option was needed.

After throwing around the idea of big New York style pizza, Fat Sully’s came to life in 2008. Just about a year later, the Denver Biscuit Company was added to the lineup, offering biscuits and biscuit sandwiches.

All three concepts made it under one roof and will now be offered in Colorado Springs. Restaurant hours for each concept will vary, for more info, click here.