The building at 2479 South Broadway that briefly housed the Cabin on Broadway -- and Old Tyme Dawgs & Drafts before that, and the Blue Walleye before that, and Mike's Great Divide before that -- is back on the block, locked up tight with a broker's sign in the window.
No relation, by the way, to the Cabin Bar tucked into the Aurora Summit steakhouse.
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