Dazzle Named A Denver Legacy Business

City of Denver celebrates longstanding, independent business that have contributed to community character and vitality and hold cultural significance

DENVER – Denver Economic Development & Opportunity (DEDO) has announced 37 businesses that have most recently received Legacy Business status. A Denver Legacy Business is defined as a longstanding, independent business that has contributed to community character and vitality and holds cultural significance. Among other criteria, the business has operated for more than ten years, has annual gross revenue between $30,000 and $5M, and currently has a brick-and-mortar location in the city. 

The complete roster and map of Denver’s Legacy Businesses can be found on the program registry.

The following businesses have been newly designated as a Denver Legacy Business:

Ace Eat Serve
Aerial Cirque Over Denver
British Bulldog
Campus Cycles
Courtesy Auto
Dazzle
El Tamarindo Restaurant
Endorphin
Goldie x Bob Hair Salon
Great Divide Brewing Company
Green Door Fitness
Homer Reed Ltd.
Hooked on Colfax
Hops & Pie
Kokoro Restaurant
Legends Kuts & Styles
Little Man Ice Cream Factory
Los Molinos Restaurant
Merkato Market
Mexico City Restaurant & Lounge
Mile High Spirits
Myxed Up Creations
ONE Yoga Denver
Our Mutual Friend Brewing
Precision Kutz & Stylze
Ragin’ Hog BBQ
Rockmount Ranch Wear Mfg. Co.
Saigon Terrace
Salon Joa
Shish Kabob Grill
St. Kilian’s Cheese Shop
Stadium Inn
The Hornet Restaurant
The Monkey Barrel
Tony P’s
Winning Coiffures
Yan Jing Supply Inc.


“We’re delighted to expand our Legacy Business Program with a strong roster of well-loved, well-known names in our diverse marketplace,” said Mayor Mike Johnston. “It is critical that we nurture and celebrate these longtime businesses. Joining the ranks as Legacy Business will give them the access and resources to accelerate and grow.”

“This program honors not just the longevity of a business’ operations, but also a broader perspective of how each applicant has enriched neighborhoods, brought people together, and enhanced our urban culture,” said Adeeb Khan, Executive Director of DEDO. “As the program registry expands, the city is encouraging local residents to support all that these unique and longstanding local businesses have to offer.”

This program is modeled after other successful implementations of Legacy Business designations in San Francisco, CA and Austin, TX. Businesses can self-nominate or be nominated by others.  Denver’s program will continue to expand with future application periods and rounds of honorees announced.

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