At the one-time home of Kuulture, 1512 Larimer Street, the lights are off, the doors are shuttered, everything is packed into cardboard boxes, and the telephone number is no longer in service. When it opened in 2008, Kuulture was one of the first LA-style frozen yogurt shops to hit town, featuring unusual yogurt flavors and toppings and a mellow atmosphere.
But now it's just another food spot that's headed into the deep freeze in 2012, leaving an empty space in Writer's Square.See our complete list of 2011 openings and closings here.
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