Mas Kaos on Tennyson Shutters a year after the death of owner Patrick Mangold White
On July 7, 2021, Denver restaurateur Patrick Mangold-White, 53, died after being hit by a tree while on a fishing trip near Philipsburg, Montana. Owner of Kaos Pizzeria, Uno Mas and Bird on South Pearl Street in the Platt Park neighborhood, as well as a second Uno Mas on East Sixth Avenue and Mas Kaos on Tennyson Street, Mangold-White was an important part of the hotel community local. . Since his death, his restaurants have continued.
But just over a year after Mangold-White’s death, Mas Kaos quietly announced his closure in an Instagram story posted on July 27. “With heavy hearts and tears in our eyes, we regret to inform you that Mas Kaos has closed its doors for good. ‘, read the post, which is no longer visible. ‘It was an incredibly difficult decision that we didn’t feel we had to make.’
The double pizzeria-taqueria opened in 2016 in the Berkeley neighborhood and was a much-loved destination.
“Space may change but family is forever. We love you so much, Mas,” the Instagram story announcement concluded.
The two Uno Mas, Kaos Pizzeria and Bird locations remain open.
The closure of Mas Kaos is the latest in a series this week, with the Sexy Pizza in Cap Hill and the nearby Park Tavern already closed. The Saucy Noodle at Bonnie Brae and Tables at Park Hill both announced they would be closing in August.