The brewery has been at 3001 Walnut St. since 2013. The property’s new owner submitted a plan to the city showing a restaurant.
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The strip club’s lead attorney also died at the club, forcing the delay. The judge ruled Monday that his demise at the club can be mentioned at the trial.
“For this licensee, and the industry as a whole, it just can’t stand,” said Adam Stapen, an attorney for Avondale Liquors who plans to appeal.
The project by City Street Investors and Columbia Group goes before Denver’s Landmark Preservation Commission for a second time on Tuesday.
More than a year after the Denver City Council OK’d the zones for drinking to-go alcoholic beverages, no one has applied for one.
A judge also decided that jurors can’t tour the Glendale strip club during the trial, reversing a previous order.
Sometimes, the delivery trucks carrying carbon dioxide to Left Hand Brewing Co. bring only 10,000 pounds at a time — enough to fill maybe a quarter of one tank. That is, when the deliveries come at all, which they sometimes don’t.
An attorney for annoyed neighbors calls the punishment “a slap on the wrist” that won’t stop Number 38’s bad behavior.
The owner of So Many Roads reached a settlement with Denver’s licensing department. His other bar, Sancho’s Broken Arrow, faces similar accusations.
The local convenience store chain also expects to open two new locations, by DU and the Anschutz Medical Campus, next month.