January 20, 2023 – Golden, Colorado.

The Goldpanner Group, owner / operator of the Buffalo Rose in downtown Golden, Colorado, has established two food stalls in the recently opened Morris & Mae food hall located in south Golden. The new food hall opened this past December and The Goldpanner group is operating La Rosita, which specializes in gourmet street tacos and similar Mexican cuisine, along with
Paisan, a purveyor of Italian street food.

Morris & Mae is owned and operated by Jen Thoemke, who also owns the adjacent shared workspace, Connects Red Rocks, along with Cafe 13, Goldmine Cupcakes and Connects Workspace in the Armory building in downtown Golden.

“I have worked with Jen and Dan Thoemke for a number of years, so I was excited to partner with them on Morris & Mae,“ commented Goldpanner Group owner Chris Cone. “I think that the Colfax / Morrison Exit in location in south Golden is a significantly underserved area in terms of food services are concerned.”

“Chris and I have collaborated in the past and given his success with the redevelopment of the Buffalo Rose, I knew his experience with new hospitality ventures would bring a lot to Morris & Mae,” added Jen Thoemke, owner of Morris & Mae.

Morris & Mae is a food hall, bar and artisan market located at 18475 W Colfax Ave (Ste 132) in Golden CO, in the same business park as Avalanche Harley-Davidson and the Origin Hotel, directly across from Over Yonder Brewing. Along with a full service bar, the new food hall features five food halls: Alpine House, Kikis Bowls, Goldmine Sweets, La Rosita, Mac Nation, and Paisan. See more information at morrisandmae.com

The Goldpanner Group is a hospitality company that owns and operates the Buffalo Rose full service restaurant and the Rose Event Center on Washington Ave. in historic downtown Golden. Information can be found at buffalorosegolden.com.