32nd Treat has closed in the Lower Highland

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After just over a year in business, 32nd Treat has shuttered at 2015 West 32nd Avenue, reducing the LoHi Merchant Group's count of Lower Highland eateries by one. Make that 54 -- not 55 -- restaurants, bars and coffee shops in the area.

For now.

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According to the cupcake/yogurt shop's Facebook page, 32nd Treat's last day of business was December 29. And just up the street, Gramma Dor's had closed a few days earlier.

The LoHi area is one of Denver's hottest restaurant areas, though, so it's doubtful that either of those spaces will remain vacant for long.

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