Related to open Liquidated in Snowmass space |

Related to open Liquidated in Snowmass space

Madeleine Osberger
Snowmass correspondent
Aspen, CO Colorado

SNOWMASS VILLAGE – Liquor licenses were granted Tuesday to two currently shuttered Snowmass Village enterprises, which could signal the reopening of the cavernous Junk/Liquid Sky bar and restaurant as well as the debut of a mall area eatery in the old Nardi’s space.

Related WestPac was granted a liquor license for its new venture, dubbed Liquidated, which will operate in the Junk and Liquid Sky building in Base Village.

“It’s a really positive step forward. We’ll continue to try and put the elements together to get the restaurant open as soon as possible,” said Related WestPac spokesman Steve Alldedge.

Meanwhile, up on the second level of the Snowmass Mall, Lime could debut in the space last operated as Phoenix and before that, Nardi’s. The recipient of the liquor license, Jennifer Romme, who listed on her application experience at Gwyn’s, could not be reached for comment.

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