Nanna's Teas dries up in northwest Denver

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Denver's most doomed address has claimed another victim. Nanna's Teas opened last summer in the charming Victorian bungalow that was the original home of La Loma, and over the past four decades has housed restaurants ranging from Filipino to Mexican to Chinese to Mexican to continental to Mexican.

After El Gordo Loco made a quick exit, Karen Renz picked up the lease to open a second outpost of Nanna's Teas, which already had a spot in Park Hill.

But while that space dried up in less than a year, Nanna's will soon be pouring in another location, at 7700 East Iliff Avenue, where Nanna's Tea Shoppe will be hosted by Ceylon Pearl.

And while the original Nanna's Teas at 2236 Oneida Street is closed through April 7 because of a family emergency, it will be hosting a brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 8.

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