Fat Sully's to take a slice of South Broadway

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The website for Fat Sully's asks you to "stay tuned" for a "sexy new website coming soon."

But that's not all that's coming soon. Fat Sully's, which started as an offshoot of Atomic Cowboy, working out of the same space at 3237 East Colfax Avenue, is about to bring its "big-ass slices" to another location,. See also: - Atomic Cowboy's pair of restaurants, Fat Sully's and Denver Biscuit Company, might make you stay forever - Crimson Canary brings "Boss Italian" to South Broadway

On the hot-hot stretch of South Broadway that saw many openings this year, the storefront at 143 South Broadway that was previously occupied by Mo'Taco and is right next to Crimson Canary (itself in the former home of the second Mona's), will soon hold another Fat Sully's.

Watch for it in early 2013, along with a slew of other openings on Broadway.

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