Auld Dubliner now Marmalade Bar & Cafe

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The Auld Dubliner, at 2796 South Broadway, closed just five weeks ago. Now owners Phillip and Lorri Donaghy, who also owned the Squealing Pig in Cherry Creek (which closed last month, too), have reopened the place as Marmalade Bar & Cafe.

It's open daily for breakfast at 7 a.m. and serves dinner until 9:30 p.m. There's a full bar, too -- but unlike the Pig and Auld Dubliner, Marmalade is no Irish bar.

There's no website yet, but you can get more info at 303-781-0864.

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