The Cantina has closed. Curt Sims and his wife, singer/chef Pam Savage, had opened the casual spot last spring, in the Golden Triangle space most recently occupied by the Hive. With the transition, the address returned to its roots: Sims owns the building, which long ago was the Denver Buffalo Compa ... More >>
Curt Sims will open Cantina today in the building he owns at 1109 Lincoln Street, most recently the home of the Hive. The restaurant hosted a soft opening last night and, despite some last-minute renovations to the space, promises to be open at 5 p.m. See also: - Attivo Libre will help turn the Go ... More >>
We've spent a lot of time in bars since the first Best of Denver issue made its debut in 1984, and sometimes we even remembered to give awards to those bars. One of our most popular categories? Best New Bar, snagged this year by Ace. Some years we didn't make an award in this category, and other yea ... More >>
The building at 1109 Lincoln Street has gone through many incarnations since its days as the Denver Buffalo Company: Cielo, the Donkey Den, Left on Lincoln, Sutra and, most recently, the Hive. That dance club opened just last May, but it closed after a fatal shooting outside the bar last fall...and ... More >>
The Lime at Landmark has dried up. Since they'd signed the lease on the spot in 2007, the troubled Landmark development had gone through bankruptcy and assorted banks, and owners Pam Savage Sims and Curt Sims decided not to try renegotiating the deal again. "The latest problem was we were not allowe ... More >>
After eleven years at 1445 Larimer Street, Pam Savage-Sims and Curt Sims closed Lime last month. But their history in the neighborhood stretches much further back than that. It's been 27 years for Pam, who started out singing five nights a week in clubs in the Square, and 29 for Sims, who owned many ... More >>
Pam Savage Sims is a talented singer and a talented chef, but she's focused on the latter while she and her husband, Curt Sims, have built their chain of Lime restaurants. From 6 to 9 p.m. tonight, though, she'll be concentrating on her pipes, not her pans, when she sings at Sublime, the cl ... More >>
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