Photos: DJ's 9th Avenue Cafe opens in the Golden Triangle

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DJ's 9th Avenue Cafe opened yesterday in the long-vacant space at 30 East Ninth Avenue, after months of renovation work. It joins a lineup of new places along this stretch that includes Difranco's, Drew's Deli, Drip and Attivo, all in the 900 block of Lincoln Street.

The breakfast joint is the second outpost from Devin and Jason Stallings, the brothers behind DJ's Berkeley Cafe in the Berkeley neighborhood. Here's a look at their new place:

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DJ's -- which recently received its liquor license -- is open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekdays and 7 to 3 p.m. on weekends; call 303-482-1841 for more information.

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