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The Brighton Economic Development Corporation (Brighton EDC) announces that the Yak & Yeti, a full service restaurant featuring fine Indian food along with house brewed handcrafted beer, will be joining the Brighton community in the second quarter of 2017.
Yak & Yeti serves cuisine as rich and diverse as Nepalese & Indian civilization, encompassing a vast scope of traditions and regional variations in taste, color, texture, appearance and delicacy that can be served to your table or found at their buffet. In addition to exceptional cuisine, Yak & Yeti, also serve handcrafted award-winning beers such as Himalayan IPA and Chai Milk Stout and gourmet sodas which are all house brewed, and will be offered in their newest location at the Brighton Pavilions in the old Lone Star Steakhouse building.
“I chose to open in Brighton because it is my new home,” said Yak & Yeti Owner, Dol Bhattarai. “It was a goal of mine since I moved to the area over a year ago.” “I also received a large request to be present in the community from my local clients and neighbors.”
The Brighton location will be fourth for the restaurant concept in the Denver Metro area. Patrons can also enjoy Yak & Yeti in Arvada, Denver and Westminster. All are open seven days a week.
The Yak & Yeti will be making their Brighton debut at the Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce Taste of Adams County Friday, April 21. Stop by their booth to get a sneak peek of the new cuisine making its way to Brighton.