For its Colorado debut, a custom menswear company has nestled into Market Center downtown.
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The former tea lounge near the Mayan Theatre on Lincoln Street has been gobbled up by another purveyor of hot drinks.
Its owners want to better use prime real estate with a new beer-tasting room in their former Barrel Room, which was used for special events.
The Lakewood chain also removed its Arvada, Westminster, Green Valley Ranch and South Colorado Boulevard locations from its website.
Two breweries with unconventional business models are trying to help each other compete in a frothy industry.
Not to be outdone by ubiquitous wine and painting venues, the marijuana industry has been firing up classes of its own.
Thea Kombucha raised far more than it sought in a Kickstarter campaign for its Starter Seed kits.
Marijuana-themed sandwich chain will put a shop in new building.
John and Ruth Dufresne are planning to open the 3,700-square-foot Waldschanke Cidery at 4100 Jason St. in Sunnyside by June.
An exhibit focusing on French impressionist Edgar Degas will open Feb. 11 at the Denver Art Museum.