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Stoney's Full Steam Tavern now picking up steam in LoDo

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After a soft opening this past weekend, it's full steam ahead for Stoney's Full Steam Tavern, which is hosting a big New Year's Eve bash tonight. The original Full Steam Tavern lasted just a few months before it ran out of steam this fall; Stoney Jesseph and Will Trautman, the owners of Stoney's Bar and Grill, took on the space at 1434 Blake Street and just reopened it.

Photographer Brandon Marshall was there, keep reading for photos of the revived Full Steam Tavern.

See also: - Stoney's takes over Full Steam Tavern - Five restaurants that both opened and closed in 2012...and a bonus revival - Restaurant roll call for 2011 - Krewe moving into former Hive space

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