September 26, 2022


Cooking is a hobby

Denver’s The Ginger Pig brings Asian street food back to Boulder

The Ginger Pig is likely house.

DENVER, CO - MARCH 24: Chef and owner Natascha Hess at Ginger Pig on Thursday, March 24, 2022. (Photo by AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post)

AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Submit

Chef and operator Natascha Hess sits for a portrait at Ginger Pig on Thursday, March 24, 2022.

Hockey participant-turned-lawyer-turned-chef Natascha Hess opened The Ginger Pig Asian road food truck in 2016 at Boulder’s Rayback Collective food items truck park. Considering the fact that, the Pig has produced it on to just about each and every area finest-of record, scored a 3-star cafe evaluate in these pages, operated a now-closed stall in Boulder’s Rosetta food items corridor and opened a brick-and-mortar spot in Denver’s Berkeley community in the middle of a world wide pandemic.

And as of this tumble, the Pig will return to Boulder, opening a takeout place on The Hill in the previous La Choza room.

“It is crazy we’re heading again to Boulder,” Hess said. “If you talked to me two months back, I would have been too burned out to do that. This is an exciting way to grow our business and deliver our food back again to Boulder. We expended so significantly time there, and a lot of men and women will be energized that we’re coming back again and can get us on DoorDash and Grubhub.”