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Reader: Golden Triangle Is Starving for Quick Lunch Spots

The Golden Triangle is full of cultural amenities, large and small, from the Denver Art Museum to Walker Fine Art to the Clyfford Still Museum. But while you can find fine art in the area, maybe not it's not the right spot for fine dining. That's the theory of one reader, commenting on the recent closing of Gallo di Nero.

See also: If Gallo di Nero Can't Make It in the Golden Triangle, Maybe It Can't Be Done

Says bondadprevalece:

I've harped on this before, but stop opening full-service restaurants in the Golden Triangle! People are starving for quick lunch spots in the area. No one goes to the GT for dinner, but they do work there.
Do you go to the Golden Triangle for dinner? Have you been to Charcoal? Have you eaten at Dazzle, then stayed for jazz? And when you want a quick lunch in the neighborhood, where do you go?


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