The Goodwich, the “stacked-rite” sandwich restaurant, opened its southwest location on Buffalo Drive last July, but now comes word that another unnamed restaurant bought out the space. The Goodwich officially closed.
“…I want to thank everyone that has taken time out of their lives to visit us at The Goodwich Southwest. We have been presented the opportunity to sell the space and have decided it is the right decision. As of today, the Goodwich SW will be closed for rebranding and renovation. It has been a tremendous experience and we are so thankful for everyone, especially the fantastic group of team members that brought it all together with so much positivity everyday. We will be concentrating our efforts back downtown and with other opportunities on the table. This starts today with the extension of our hours downtown. The Goodwich will be open downtown 10am-10pm, 7 days a week. We will be incorporating some of our most popular dishes from the SW into the upcoming menu change for DTLV,” the restaurant posted on Facebook.
The restaurant sits in a 2,332-square-foot space a short walk from Fist of Fusion Island Grill and close to FukuBurger and Jogasaki Sushi Burrito inside a building designed by downtown favorites Bunnyfish Studio.
The Goodwich originally launched downtown in early 2014 inside a small kiosk in the Dino’s bar parking lot, then moved into a permanent space at the base of the SoHo Lofts apartment building in early 2016.
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