A New Kitchen On Main Street
With Pasquini’s opening its latest branch in the trendy Highlands neighborhood in northwest Denver recently, the pizzeria has decided its lone suburban location was spreading the family businesses wings to wide. The doors to the Louisville restaurant are now shuttered. But a new restaurant is moving in quickly as renovations are already underway. It’s rumored that the space will turn into an American grill. Neighbors have been told it could be a similar restaurant to the seasonal-food inspired The Kitchen in Boulder, one of the best restaurants in the area. So maybe change on Main Street isn’t such a bad thing.
Not So Jazzy Anymore
When The Crabshack House took the stage at the Jazzy Bean on Sept. 28, it marked the last time the Frederick coffeehouse stage was played. The Bean closed up shop after five years, as the trio of owners decided to move on to other callings in life and not renew their lease. Just so you know, Rhonda’s going back to school to pursue a teaching degree, Sandy’s going back to the pharmacy and Nancy is focusing her attention to her family. The owners didn’t want to sell the business and see someone change what they had created. We’ll keep you posted on what, if anything, moves in.
7 West Seized
The best lunch special in Lafayette is gone. The state seized 7 West Pizzeria last month, closing the affordable Italian restaurant. The restaurant had already had some trouble with tax payments and was working with the city to pay off some outstanding debt, so this closure comes as no surprise other than the abruptness of the seizure. It’s too bad, the $7 lunch menu was both filling and tasty, and it doesn’t appear that anyone is rushing into the space.