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Emily's Gourmet-to-Go is gone

After two owners, two locations -- first at 1555 Champa Street, then at 1543 Champa, in the circa 1889 Odd Fellows Hall (right) -- and one Best of Denver award, Emily's Gourmet-to-Go is finally a no-go.

Chef/owner Victor Miller, whose soups had snagged the Best Soup award in the Best of Denver 1999, had sold his spot to the former owners of Vietnamese To Go in the Tabor Center -- but now they're all gone.

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