Denver Pizza Company isn't ready to rise ... yet

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Drove by the Denver Pizza Company last night, the pie palace at 309 West 11th Avenue reputedly owned by Mark Huebner, a self-described "pizza entrepreneur" and our homeboy contestant on The Bachelorette, whose season premiere aired last night on ABC. (Huebner will be around for the next prickly rose ceremony, by the way).

From the scene captured in the pic after the jump, it appears we're going to have to wait a while for Huebner's dough to rise. But in the meantime, here's the good news: If the suitor ever needs a place to pee, at least he's got a toilet waiting for him at home.

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