Brother Luck is hanging up his executive chef jacket at The Craftwood Inn Saturday night. He’s making kitchen crock tracks to the Triple Nickel Tavern ,26 S. Wahsatch Ave. where he will launch Brother Luck Street Eats.
His FaceBook post says:
The day has finally arrived to officially present our new restaurant concept Brother Luck Street Eats. We will be located in downtown Colorado Springs just inside the Triple Nickel Tavern. The concept is an ever changing chalk board menu inspired by classic pub fare and street foods from around the world. We will be working on a soft opening starting Monday and announcing the Grand Opening celebration for mid-October. We would like to extend a huge thank you to all our friends, family, and fans for supporting us and making this a reality.
How was the parting with Dave and Kathy Symonds, owners of the Craftwood Inn, who had made much excitement when they hired Luck about two years ago?
According to Luck, “They have been very supportive of his transition.”
As a matter of fact, Luck has offered to stay on as an consultant and help with the transition of the new executive chef. Symonds has not responded to emails about just who that new chef might be. Luck is tight lipped waiting for Symonds to make the announcement.
Earlier this year Luck had started getting itchy feet and started crEATe 719 Kitchen as a catering company offering cooking classes and the surprise pop-dinners. One thing lead to another and the next big thing became owning his own restaurant.