Denver spent 14 months deciding the fate of Avondale Liquors. The store is now required to have security guards on weekend nights.
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The four-story, 18-room hotel and nightclub has been closed since the pandemic began but two people were shot inside in May.
“The chicken isn’t worth the money, it’s what it represents,” said Beacon’s owner of patrons who pay $500 for an image of a chicken with a disco ball.
The small police department “assumed the role of security” for the strip club, John Liprando’s attorney argues. The trial is 11 weeks away.
The building off I-70 has been a restaurant for 75 years. But its latest version has devolved into lawsuits and a blame game.
The bar’s corner in the Berkeley neighborhood is set to be redeveloped into a three-story, 90-unit apartment project.
The 0.57-acre lot with about 18,000 square feet of building space on it at 3001 Walnut St. last sold in 2014 for $3 million.
“This is sort of a homecoming for me,” said a cofounder of New York-based Urban Cowboy, which operates three other hotels in the U.S.
Timberline Steaks & Grille, the state’s highest-grossing eatery, can’t serve alcohol for 30 days as punishment for serving beer to an underage police cadet.
The restaurateur bought the remaining five-year lease at 2400 W. 32nd Ave. from the pizzeria, which is moving two blocks south to 3000 Zuni St.