OZ’s latest project, Thrice, is bringing immersive design, unexpected fare, and weirdo cocktails together to wake your brain in their rotating pop up eateries that will be kicking off their first event August 16-18 at Larimer Square in downtown Denver.
Thrice is the brainchild of OZ’s brand experience design studio and has come alive with the help of their partners in the neighborhood. The first event, Korean BarbieQ is the pop up restaurant that you’ve never seen, felt, or tasted before. Imagine badass Korean food paired with blow-your-mind cocktails in a deconstructed barbie-art installation. It’s slightly nostalgic and a bit weird, but mostly it’s a full sensory experience designed to flip expectation on its head.
There’s more events coming down the line. Stay tuned to see what we have in-store next.