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Former Rosa Linda’s Will Become Bremen’s Wine and Tap

Wine, beer, and food will be flowing

Early in 2017, Bremen’s Wine & Tap will open its doors at 2005 W 33rd Avenue in the space that housed Rosa Linda’s for 30 years. The family-owned Mexican institution ruled for three decades by owners Virgil and Rosa Linda Aguirre closed its doors nearly a year ago leaving a highly coveted retail space at 33rd and Tejon empty.

Sometime in the spring, Bremen’s nailed down the lease on the space and slowly began planning and building the future eatery and bar. Updating a thirty five year old space and transforming it into a code-compliant contemporary venue is a process that is expected to be completed in January.

The upcoming spot self-describes as "a casual eatery in Denver's LoHi neighborhood featuring, rotisserie, craft sandwiches, wine, beer and cocktails on tap." It sounds like all great things that will add to the already bustling dining scene that includes popular spots like Old Major, Linger, Avanti, and Bar Dough.

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