The Winter Park ski area is actually owned by the city of Denver -- and now two familiar Denver eateries have joined the new Village project at the base of the ski hill.
Lime finally opened a fourth outpost in Winter Park -- and its margaritas seem particularly potent at 9,000 feet. Otherwise, the menu looks very close to the menus available at the original restaurant/club in Larimer Square, at Lime XS on Sixth Avenue, and in the Lime that opened late last year in the Landmark project in Greenwood Village.
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And Lime has company in Winter Park: The Cheeky Monk, which opened at 534 East Colfax Avenue in 2007 and immediately became a big draw, just introduced a second outpost up at the Village. And its beers, too, seem particular potent at high altitudes.