Denver has its food courts and its specialty markets.

But come Sunday morning, the city will have the first place where people can buy fresh meat, produce and bread and can sit down at the same time to enjoy everything from a pizza, to a Jamaican Sour cocktail, to an ice cream croissant.

Denver Central Market, located at 2669 Larimer Street in the River North neighborhood, combines 11 businesses that will offer food and beverages for consumption at the 13,132-square-foot hall, as well as will sell grocery-style items like fresh bread, locally sourced produce and octopus flown in from Japan. All of the stations will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, though some will open earlier for breakfast, and the Curio bar will stay open later.

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