If you're considering grabbing a beer or margarita to wash down your tacos at the Torchy's at 1085 Broadway, you'll have to settle for a fountain drink — at least until after October 29. The Austin-based eatery had its liquor license suspended for two weeks on October 16, so the place is dry for now.
A sign on the door notifies customers that Torchy's is currently a booze-free zone, and a second sign over the bar inside displays the dates when the place will be dry, a punishment for liquor-license violations.
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For those who just can't imagine enjoying queso, guacamole or Texas-style brisket tacos without an alcoholic beverage, Torchy's also operates outposts at 8505 East Arapahoe Road in Greenwood Village, 8281 East Northfield Boulevard and 7159 West 88th Avenue in Westminster.