First came Lime, the restaurant/nightclub that debuted almost seven years ago in a basement space with a walk-out patio in Larimer Square (1424, to be exact, once home to the beloved Cafe Promenade) and still packs in the crowds. Then came Lime XS, at 730 East Sixth Avenue, which also packs in crowds for weekend brunches and happy hours with big, big margaritas.
And now owner Curt Sims is juiced that two more Limes will be arriving soon: Lime Landmark Village, set for a mid-October opening after numerous delays in the Landmark project, and another Lime up in the village at the base of Winter Park, which is badly in need of a casual spot for apres ski Mexican food and margs.
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