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rockymountaindiner.jpg Sounds like New York Times baseball writer Ben Shpigel is looking for a new dining go-to in Denver. "For ballplayers, so much of their success depends on their routines and comfort levels, and the same is true for the reporters who hopscotch the country writing about them...And when an old standby closed, as the venerable Rocky Mountain Diner in Denver did last year, I grieved." Ghost Plate & Tap now occupies the the old Rocky Mountain Diner Space. [NYT]

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