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Big Things Are Promised as Atomic Cowboy Takes Shape on Tennyson

Huge pizzas and biscuit sandwiches are making their way to northwest Denver.

Atomic Cowboy/Fat Sully's/Denver Biscuit Company on Tennyson
Atomic Cowboy/Fat Sully's/Denver Biscuit Company on Tennyson
Ashley Hughes

In just a few months, Berkeley will be home to the third location of bar Atomic Cowboy, which also encompasses two other businesses: Fat Sully's Pizza and the Denver Biscuit Company. Owner Drew Shader is planning for a summer opening, and the building at 4275 Tennyson Street is currently under construction to go from a former dance studio to a suitable spot for the popular trifecta.

So far, the interior of the brick building has been cleared out, with a wall of large windows added to the front and side. Signs posted on the exterior promote "big things" to come, like the enormous 26-inch pizzas Fat Sully's pimps out, as well as giant biscuit sandwiches from the Denver Biscuit Company.

As the neighborhood waits for the project to be completed, there are plans to station the Biscuit Bus nearby for National Biscuits and Gravy Day this Saturday, February 21, and also to roll out the Fat Sully's Slice Truck for the Totally Tennyson street crawl on Saturday, April 25.

Atomic Cowboy

4275 Tennyson Street, Denver, CO 80212, USA

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