Denver Business Journal | Larimer Square restaurants undergo change

The restaurants of Larimer Square are changing.

Earlier this month, Lime closed its doors after 11 years at its lower-level location at 1414 Larimer St. with plans to relocate to the Denver Pavilions, according to its website www.eatatlime.com and a liquor license application with the City of Denver

Meanwhile, a new upscale, 24-hour diner concept by the founder of Smashburger is set to open in a couple of months at the spot where the Samba Room used to be located, 1460 Larimer St.

Dubbed Tom’s Urban 24, the new concept will include full bar service and “modern fusion comfort food,” said Stacie Lange, spokeswoman for Consumer Capital Partners, an investment firm owned by Rick Schaden which also owns the fast-growing Smashburger chain. Smashburger’s founder, Tom Ryan, is behind the new restaurant.

Read more: http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/morning_call/2012/08/larimer-square-restaurants-undergo.html?ana=e_den_rdup&s=newsletter&ed=2012-08-01
Re-posted by: Crosbie Real Estate Group
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