LoHi SteakBar will be closed for renovations for three weeks

Don’t worry, they’re not going to mess with the food and drink menus.

LoHi Steakbar. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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LoHi SteakBar. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

For three weeks starting Monday, June 26, you’ll have to get your steak fix somewhere that isn’t LoHi SteakBar.

The seven-year-old restaurant at 32nd Avenue and Tejon Street is closing for its first-ever renovation, Eater reports.

From the sound of it, they’re changing pretty much everything about the way LoHi SteakBar looks, so expect a surprise when you can return.

And don’t worry, they’re not going to mess with the food and drink menus.

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LoHi Steakbar, mid-remodel. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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