Jack Jensen's Mutiny Now bookstore, now under new ownership, morphed into Mutiny Information Cafe just one month ago. But the changing of the guard at the South Broadway is already making itself evident, as the new book and coffee place begins to add events, such as the Westword Best of Denver-winni ... More >>
3 Kings Tavern owner Jim Norris had been dropping by Mutiny Now almost every week for seven years, trying to convince original owner Jack Jensen to sell it to him. On February 1, he finally sealed the deal. Norris, along with business partners Joe Ramirez and Matt Megyesi, really began negotiati ... More >>
Mutiny Now!, an institution on Broadway, was sold last month by Jack Jensen to Jim Norris, Joe Ramirez and Matt Megyesi, and officially reopens today as the Mutiny Information Cafe. One of of the first orders of business? Adding Pablo's Coffee. "Its the best coffee in the world," Norris says. S ... More >>
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