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Whimsy Brunch at B+W; Geez Louise Coffee to Close

Beatrice & Woodsley
Beatrice & Woodsley
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STATEWIDE— Westword reports that the "Cottage food bill," a bill that would allow cooks to commercially sell goods made in their own homes, has passed in the Colorado Senate and will now move to the House. [Westword]

S. BROADWAY— Recently named one of the best brunch spots in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure, Beatrice & Woodsley is keeping it whimsy with its latest brunch offerings. There's a dish called monkey brains, a plate of ugly yogurt crepes and a barkin' dogs breakfast of hushpuppies with chow-chow sausage and crawfish pimento cheese fondue. [Eaterwire]

EAST COLFAX— Geez Louise Coffeehouse at 4924 E. Colfax is closing shop on Feb. 26th. Owner Dan Gundlach told The Denver Post that he's now looking to open a coffee shop elsewhere after his lease agreement went sour. His new spot might even serve wine and beer. [DP]

BOULDER— Shug's Lowcountry Cuisine, a restaurant and music venue, has been evicted from its 2017 13th St. location. The place apparently owed $18,207 in rent. [Daily Camera]

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