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This past weekend, Mark Antonation discovered that Moxie had opened on Broadway. But while the little eatery opened very, very quietly, chef/owner Dylan Moore has made a big impact on the Denver dining scene in years past. Says Austin:
I was just wishing for some Deluxe falafel burger yesterday. Hope Moxie has good falafel, too.
So glad to hear that Dylan Moore is back on Broadway. I miss Deluxe.
But enough about that. Moore's efforts may be so good, but Moxie is not in SoBro, says Laura:
You know SoBro is short for South Broadway, right? If it's not south of Center Street (the 0 block), it's not South. Just a fact about how addresses work.
Want to get people talking? Just start trying to define Denver by its nicknames, old and new: LoHi, Highland, Northside; SloHi, SoBro. For the record, Moore's Deluxe was in SoBro — at 30 South Broadway.
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