The Lafayette music venue is returning with expanded capacity, refreshed menu
by Adam Perry for Boulder Weekly 2/3/22
When Marc Gitlin took over Nissi’s in Lafayette back in 2009, it was flailing after three years of irrelevance.
The original ownership “had a nice concept, but they struggled defining what they were,” Gitlin said in a recent phone interview. “It was supposed to be a coffee shop with music, and then they kept changing in an effort to make money. I gave them advice for about four months and then they asked me if I’d like to acquire their struggling business. I saw potential in it, and I’d done music and restaurants my whole career.”
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