The “chicken” market has closed, and there are only two markets left in the city.
The city’s market of choice is the Market of Choice, located at 619 Market St. It’s located just north of the downtown core, just down the street from The Church of St. Matthew and St. Luke, and right near the intersection of South Market and South Main streets.
The market is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and it’s popular with locals and tourists alike.
“It’s a great market.
We’ve been going here for almost 10 years,” said owner Kevin Bales.
“It’s always packed with people, and we’ve got a lot of people coming in.”
Bales started selling chicken and egg sandwiches a few years ago, but since he moved to the city, he’s seen the market go from strength to strength.
“I think we’re getting better with each passing year,” he said.
Bales has been selling sandwiches for almost a decade, and says he started out selling eggs to tourists, but after a couple years, he started to see more and more people coming to buy his products.
“You’ve got people that come here and want to try something different and go out and eat it,” he explained.
“The people that are in the area have been coming in for the last 10 years, so we’re just really happy with the way things are going.”
Bays market is one of the few grocery stores in the City of Denver that sells both chicken and eggs, and is considered one of their core markets.
“We’ve had great success in the last couple of years.
We just keep getting better and better,” said Bales, who has two other locations around the city as well.
Bays Market sells sandwiches, sandwiches and other food, but they are most popular on the weekends.
Balson is also selling chicken, and has sold sandwiches in the past as well, but says that he can’t sell them anymore because of demand.
“At the end of the day, it’s just a little too crowded.
I just can’t do it anymore,” he admitted.
“I think it’s time to sell.”
Balsons chicken sandwich has a fresh taste, and Bales says that it is easy to prepare.
“Chicken sandwiches are always a challenge because they have a lot more ingredients, and I don’t have the time to do all of the cooking and baking,” he added.
Bats are sold at the market, as well as chicken fingers and wings.
Baks and Bats are two of the hottest chicken markets in town, and it appears that they are not alone.
“If you look at the amount of people that walk in here, they’re just incredible.
People are just going to come here,” Balson said.
“We’re really happy.”
Bets also sells wings, but it seems like the market just keeps getting more crowded, and now Bats has to close its doors.
Bets is one more market that Balsons has to shut down, and he’s still selling sandwiches, but he doesn’t want to close his doors for good.
“Every time I open my door I’m going to have people coming through and saying, ‘I just want to buy some sandwiches,'” he said, “but I just have to close my doors.”
Bats has a lot to offer in the market.
He sells sandwiches and sandwiches sandwiches, and a lot in between.
“There’s so many great things about the Market.
I love it,” Bales said.
The Market of choice, Market ofchoice, is also open until 11 p.t. on Saturdays, and sells sandwiches as well to locals and visitors alike.
Belsons chicken sandwiches are just as good, if not better than the rest of the markets in the neighborhood, and his wings are one of his best sellers.
“People come in and they love the chicken and the chicken’s delicious, and they’re willing to spend a little extra for it.
It really is a great sandwich, and you can’t go wrong with it,” said the market owner.
“If you want a sandwich, this is the place to go.”