Htwe Htwe came to the United States in 2011 as a refugee from Burma. She quickly found a community with Hope Communities and moved into an apartment at Hidden Brook with her husband. As they settled into life in America, they grew to a family of four.
Having left behind a restaurant in Burma, Htwe Htwe's dream was to open a restaurant in Colorado and share her family recipes that she lovingly creates. With the help of Community Navigators at Hope, she was able to complete a small business incubator and open a restaurant at Mango House.
However, in 2020 the pandemic hit and Htwe Htwe turned to nonprofit organizations such as the East Colfax Community Collective and Hope Communities to find out how she could save her restaurant.
Today, more than a year after the start of the pandemic, Htwe Htwe's restaurant is still churning out delicious, authentic food, and is thriving. The reviews online convey just how much everyone loves her food and supports her work. Make sure to come by and say hi next time you visit!
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