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Readers: Squawking about the Squeaky Bean

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Love it or hate it, there's no shortage of opinions about the Squeaky Bean. And yesterday, when the announcement came down that the restaurant had found a new home in LoDo -- in a renovated warehouse (above) where owner Johnny Ballen can put an actual kitchen for chef Max MacKissock -- people quickly started squeaking and squawking.

Said Notsohappyguest:

Perhaps now that they will have a full kitchen they will be able to scramble eggs.

To which RonPopeil responded:

Looks like you need a RonCo inside the head scrambler. Crying over scrambled eggs. You definitely have yolks for brains.

The former home of the Squeaky Bean at 3301 Tejon Street will soon be Jezebel's, a new restaurant from the folks behind 8 Rivers.

For a look at all the places where Ballen could have signed a lease -- but didn't -- go here.

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