|Colorado Eateries (page 2)|
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|The Los Toritos and the Hooters restaurant buildings were originally White Spot restaurants. The chain was founded in 1946 and folded in 2001. These buildings with their distinctive butterfly roofs were designed by Armet & Davis in 1961. The interiors featured orange booths and orange hanging lights. The Hooters building was demolished in 2012 just after these photos were taken. [map]|
|Tom's Diner was also built as a White Spot restaurant. It was designed by Armet & Davis and built in 1967. This was the ninth restaurant in the chain. Tom's Diner has been here since 1999. The restaurant closed in 2020 and there was talk of demolishing the building. However, the building was sold and is expected to reopen in 2022. [map]|
|Davies' Chuck Wagon Diner II
|Davies' Chuck Wagon Diner II was built as a White Spot restaurant in the early 1960s. It was designed by Richard Crowther. The building was vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. In 2013, the building was repainted. It now houses the Green Solution, a medical marijuana store. The original Davies' Chuck Wagon Diner was installed in 1957 and is still going strong in Lakewood, CO. [map]|
More Colorado Eateries:
Caramel Crisp (Estes Park)
Chuckwagon Cafe & Bar (Granby)
Jim's Burger Haven (Thornton)
Chuck Wagon (Wheat Ridge)
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