Cebiche is still in limbo

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When Cebiche closed its doors at 2257 West 32nd Avenue right after the first of the year, its voicemail message promised that it would have news of a new location within a week.

But two months later, Cebiche is still looking for a new home. And in fact, owner Sergio Iraola is  looking for suggestions: Does anyone have a 2,000 square-foot spot that would be perfect for a Peruvian restaurant? One that serves fried pumpkin donuts that inspired raves from Jason Sheehan? If so, call Sergio at 720-327-4302 (that's his cell; the old Cebiche number will soon disappear).

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