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DENVER'S NEWEST CAFE - A HOT DOG STAND THAT LOOKS LIKE A HOT DOG

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The first of a planned series of Coney Island hot dog stands, with the buildings shaped like a hot dogs dripping with mustard, will be opened abut May 15 at 4180 W. Colfax Ave., developers announced.  Denver Post April 1966

 

 

 

The building didn't start its life in the mountains. Coney Island Colorado, which earned its own Wikipedia entry, was built in 1966 on Colfax Avenue, the central east-west strip that defined Denver for decades. It was moved to its location near Conifer, in a spot called Aspen Park, in 1970 by new owners. Much of Hwy 285 is four-lane and all fancy-paved, but when my high school friends and I roamed the backways of the Front Range, 285 was a lonely two-lane drive. The closest town of significance was Evergreen, due northeast from Conifer. Now there are houses dotting the hillsides and new strip malls and shopettes and churches all over. And lots more traffic. Huffington Post Dec. 2010

 


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