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The Spicy Pickle Makes a Comeback in Downtown

The sandwich shop is returning from hibernation Four years ago, the Colorado outposts of the Spicy Pickle called it quits. Soon the sandwich shop will return to Downtown Denver, BusinessDen reported. John Ward, an accountant who kept the books of the company for four years is resurrecting the eatery starting in a 2,000-square-foot space at 1875 Lawrence Street. Along with Garth Moore, who purchased the Spicy Pickle last year, Ward plans to create an upscale sandwich experience where ingredients are of the highest quality.
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