A little over four months after opening on Santa Fe Drive, the New American restaurant Pistol Whip is for sale for $3 million.
The 5,250-square-foot corner lot was renovated earlier this year with a 160-seat dining room, patio and new kitchen. Husband-and-wife owners John and Holly Slaughter had planned Pistol Whip (including the name) for a decade before opening in May. They also run a tattoo shop next door called Tribe.
RELATED: A restaurant with a head-scratching name opens in the Santa Fe Arts District
“We’re just trying to find, more or less, people who want to invest,” Holly told The Denver Post by phone on Friday. “There’s a bunch of scenarios we’re looking for.”
She noted that they are currently in talks with potential buyers.
Pistol Whip serves a mix of European and American dishes like Caesar salad croquettes, Piedmontese agnolotti and dry-aged beef ribeye tomahawks, created by chef Nic Lebas. The restaurant also has a large bar area with 20 beers plus wines on tap and cocktails.
Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get entertainment news sent straight to your inbox.