“We started at the Littleton farmers market and it just snowballed,” Schwab said. “I just liked the whole concept of taking a doughnut and changing it up a bit…so here I am.”
Just a homemade flour tortilla stretched around soft pork chunks in thick, hot gravy thick with ground red chile — no rice, no beans, no sour cream.
“I wanted servers with personality who weren’t robots in the dining room, people who knew the food because they’d tasted it.”
Now the winery is moving into a roughly 30,000-square-foot warehouse in the artsy, up-and-coming River North, or RiNo, neighborhood where Parsons, 36, envisions having a rooftop garden, potential farmers market, restaurant and tap room, coffee shop and maybe outdoor movies splashed on its massive walls.