Pasquini's goes for a cabaret license
The Highland Pasquini's has become a neighborhood hangout.
The Highland branch of Pasquini's, at 2400 West 32nd Avenue, is going for a cabaret license so that it can offer live music at the restaurant, which has become quite the hipster hangout as well as a major pizza purveyor.
The hearing is at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Department of Excise and Licenses in the Wellington E. Webb building, 201 West Colfax Avenue.
An earlier bid to get a license for yet another Pasquini's at 2121 South Broadway was withdrawn in January.
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