Owners keep the faith in Fruita’s downtown area

Viriginia “Ginny” Sullivan, right, and her chief cook Evelyn Van Eaton run a small bar in Sullivan’s Grill, an Irish-flavored transformation from Pancho’s Villa 2, Sullivan’s previous restaurant at the Aspen Street site.



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Viriginia “Ginny” Sullivan, right, and her chief cook Evelyn Van Eaton run a small bar in Sullivan’s Grill, an Irish-flavored transformation from Pancho’s Villa 2, Sullivan’s previous restaurant at the Aspen Street site.

In 18 months, the economy has tanked and Fruita’s downtown has filled up. Aspen Avenue between the Fruita Circle and Peach Street once had as many empty spaces as a first-grader’s…




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