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 born artist, is just a 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.
about birdcall →
different tastes good
Gourmet fried 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. We pair with local vendors whenever possible.
Technology has lengthened our life spans, changed the way we find love and made it possible for us to put virtual flower crowns on our cats. (Thanks, Snapchat!) So it’s about time that it influenced how we order dinner.
Birdcall, a contemporary take on a retro chicken restaurant is the third restaurant concept and venture for the group that is lead by chef Jean-Philippe Failyau along with his partner Peter Newlin. The first location opened its doors in August at 800 E. 26th Avenue in Denver.
It’s been well over a year since Five Points staple Tom’s Home Cookin’ closed, and that feels like a century in Denver dining time, especially because it took all that time for something to replace it.
Newlin — president of Park Burger Group, parent of the burger chain — is opening Birdcall, a gourmet-chicken-sandwich eatery that will have almost no staff dealing directly with customers.
With a few weeks until the opening of the first location, Birdcall, is already furiously working on the second one. All about the fried chicken and fried chicken sandwiches, the sister concept to Park Burger and Homegrown Tap & Dough, is making a serious push to up the tech game in fast-casual restaurants.
When Birdcall opens in the spring, a manager who plays much more Apple Store genius than restaurant maitre d' will oversee the staff-free dining room set where Tom's Home Cookin' operated for 17 years.
By the end of April, Birdcall will launch in the Five Points neighborhood in the now-shuttered Tom's Home Cookin' restaurant. Behind the new concept and venture is chef Jean-Phillipe Failyau, along with his team that includes Peter Newlin and Rachel Sanford.