a new kind of food experience
1. build your order
Order on an in-store kiosk or on your phone (coming soon!)
2. Follow your bird
Watch our monitors for up to date info on your order-you’ll receive a text when your order is ready.
Your sandwich will be waiting inside for you in your assigned bay at the pick up location of your choice.
fast and fresh
Birdcall is a community driven neighborhood eatery. Locally sourced ingredients, commitment to sustainability, love of neighborhood art, is just the start of what makes birdcall unique. With the use of technology birdcall dreams to make all-natural ingredients more affordable and accessible to all. We are more than a chicken sandwich.
different tastes good
Gourmet crispy chicken sandwiches, breakfast biscuits, salads, and more. Our Chicken is U.S. Born, Raised, & Harvested. Raised on cage-free family farms, 100% Antibiotic-Free Hormone & Steroid-Free Diet, 100% Organic Vegetarian Fed.
all sandwiches served on an aspen bun
As more and more chefs embrace the world of fast-casual cuisine, it begs the question, which chain will become the next Shake Shack? Here are some of the hottest new entries from around the U.S. in 15 major cities.
photo credit: @biteswithbre
In a city that’s knonwn as a hub of fast-casual innovation, there’s always a killer new counter joint around the corner. These eight wave-making, rave-drawing newcomers — all, with one close-enough exception, opening within the past year — are poised to earn their place in the pantheon alongside Denver’s most beloved standbys.
"A warm, buttery Aspen bun, crispy chicken doused in Nashville Hot sauce and a couple pickles – absolutely perfect. The combination of the soft bun, the crispy tenderness of the chicken, the peppery hot sauce and the acid of the pickles makes for the best chicken sandwich of all time. You have to try it for yourself.”
The new Whole Foods Market at Union Station will have more than alfalfa sprouts and tahini. The first downtown location will also house three restaurants, a 100-pound tower of cheese and — are you sitting down? — a mac and cheese bar.
Whole Foods Market plans to open its Union Station location at 1701 Wewatta St. on Wednesday, Nov. 15, replete with a Birdcall and Tel Aviv Street Food restaurants in house along with some firsts for the grocer. The store also will feature the second Birdcall restaurant in Denver, a standalone, full-service venue created by the founders of Park Burger. Southern-inspired fried chicken sandwiches, salads, milkshakes, breakfast biscuits, 20 local beers, and wine await customers.
When the long-anticipated Whole Foods Market Union Station opens later this fall, it will be bringing more than a killer cheese selection and (my favorite) homemade wheat tortilla chips to downtown: Local fast-casual, fried chicken purveyor, Birdcall, is opening a second outpost in the store.
Whole Foods is planning to carve out space in its new downtown store for the chicken and robots restaurant Birdcall, the grocer announced Monday.The grocery store near Denver Union Station is slated to open along with Birdcall ahead of Thanksgiving, Nov. 23. The partnership is part of the Friends of Whole Foods Market program where the Austin-based grocer provides space in its stores for restaurateurs, according to a spokeswoman for Whole Foods.
The Birdcall invasion of Denver continues with a new location opening at Union Station in mid-November.
Fried chicken sandwiches, salads, milkshakes, breakfast biscuits, beer and wine make the menu of this fast-casual restaurant from chef Jean-Philippe Failyau and Peter Newlin, president of Park Burger.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Whole Foods Market Union Station,” said co-owner Peter Newlin. “We have always been inspired by Whole Foods, and a chance to work together is a dream come true for our team. Our goal is to use technology to make all natural foods more affordable and accessible. We couldn’t do it without our incredible local partners from the furniture maker to our local artist, baker and farmers. This will be our signature birdcall in the heart of Denver.”