Larkburger, the gourmet burger barn that started in the high country -- specifically, Edwards -- and spawned siblings in Greenwood Village, Boulder and Fort Collins, is bringing its Black Angus beef to West Washington Park, taking over part of the behemoth square footage that belonged to Blockbuster Video at 340 East Alameda Avenue.
The liquor-license hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on January 27 at the Wellington Webb building. Pray to the burger gods that it passes, because a burger without beer is nothing short of sacrilegious.
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