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Sugar house - denver swingers
Things don't look too sweet at Sugar House these days. A broken window in front is covered with plywood and a card from the Denver Police Department dated February The door is locked up tight.
The voic box is full. Both Sugar House, the swingers club that Scottie Ewing opened in this building at West Alameda Avenue inand Alameda Grille, the G-rated alter-ego weekday restaurant that opened in the space last summer, are closed, at least for now.
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Ewing moved from Colorado late last year, several months after he made a splash with his allegations that Michael Hancock, then in the run-off for Denver mayor, had been a customer of Denver Playersthe hip hooker service he'd d run. Ewing had sold that business and gone on to open first a swinger's club in northwest Denver, then Sugar House; he now has plans to open a new, improved Sugar House in Las Vegas.
But while he still owns the building at West Alameda property with partners it was put on the market last yearhe turned over Denver's Sugar House to Kelly Bailey, who'd been a manager there. And it was Bailey who last month got a notice of a liquor- violation -- allegedly for serving alcohol to a minor -- from the Denver Department of Excise andand has been summoned to a hearing to "show cause why the temporary permit to operate a hotel and restaurant class liquor issued to Khameleon Group, LLC, doing business as Sugar House, West Alameda Avenue, Denver, Colorado, should not be suspended or revoked for alleged violations of the Colorado Liquor Code as stated in the February 2, Amended Order to Show Cause in this matter.
That hearing, originally slated for March 16, has been postponed because a witness who appears to be the police cadet served in the underage sting won't be available that day.
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