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Denver Post all wet on Santa Fe Tequila Company

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We know it's tough to track all the restaurant openings and closings in town, but given the level of vehemence in the comments following our December 29 Santa Fe Tequila Company blog, a follow-up on this post from December 16, you'd think everyone in town would know by now that both the original location at the corner of Tenth and Santa Fe Drive (shown above) and the second, at 2630 West Belleview Avenue, are gone.

But not the Denver Post, apparently, which today touts the Littleton location as a spot to stop this weekend for a steak and mango burrito. Unfortunately, the restaurant has been closed for several weeks.

 

 

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