On November 17, metro Denver will finally get its own Steak 'n Shake, a link in a chain that started in Normal, Illinois, back in 1934, and proclaims that it's "Famous for Steakburgers."
Aimee can't wait:
OMG, so I can go to Steak 'n Shake and then to IKEA in one day without a plane ticket? If they just get a Trader Joe's and an IMO's pizza, I'll be beside myself!
This first Colorado store will be in Centennial, just off of C-470 at South Quebec Street and East County Line Road -- conveniently close to IKEA. A total of five locations are slated to open in the state; a second is already under construction in Colorado Springs.
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