Northglenn, Colorado – Gunther Toody’s Northglenn location will be celebrating its grand reopening in June. The event will be part of a new look that presents the nostalgia of the 1950’s and 1960’s in a new exciting and brilliant vibrance that Gunther Toody’s has been known for nearly 35 years. The Northglenn Gunther Toody’s remodel will feature a new patio in June, new dining room furnishings, new LED lighting, and many new nostalgic memorabilia with pictures of mid-century celebrities and memories from the past. Serving the recently updated, great menu featuring many locally sourced products with wonderful service that Gunther Toody’s has been providing for nearly four decades.
Gunther Toody’s is getting a major renovation and we can’t wait! The Northglenn Gunther Toodys’ remodel will feature an all new patio in June, stunning dining room furniture with LED lighting everywhere you look…and many other renovations too boot.
New nostalgic memorabilia from the 1950’s and 1960’s including celebrities you’ll remember. Gunther Toody’s bring back some old memories as well through pictures that are sure to make your heart smile.
About Gunther Toody’s: Gunther Toody’s has been serving up great food and friendly service for over 35 years. The “diner philosophy” is all about providing guests with Gunther Toody’s four core beliefs: quality food, quality service, a welcoming and fun atmosphere, and a clean environment. Gunther Toody’s was named after one of the two hilarious police officers in the short-lived but ever-popular TV sitcom “Car 54 Where Are You”.
Gunther Toody’s is a unique blend of old and new, preserving traditions while embracing change.
In this world where trends are constantly changing it’s comforting to know that there will always be one place you can go for comfort food with roots in American classics. To learn more about Gunther Toody’s, visit https://www.gunthertoodys.com
301 W. 104th Ave.
Northglenn, Denver CO 80234
301 West 104th Avenue
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