Senor Rita's is no mas

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Senor Rita's, the "Cantina and Mexican Grill' at  5007 East Colfax, is on permanent siesta.  

The restaurant was closed last Sunday by the Little Pub Company because it failed to meet expectations, according to the only person I could reach at company headquarters. And that's uncommon for a Little Pub venture, since the company has thirteen other restaurants/bars in the area doing business that ranges from good to booming.

The Colfax location is likely to reopen after a makeover. And in the meantime, to learn more about the Little Pub ventures, go to this website.   

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