EAGLE ROCK — Blue Hen, which has been serving up Vietnamese-style cuisine for more than a decade, is closing later this month after it was unable to renew its lease in a Colorado Boulevard strip mall.
In a notice posted on its website, Blue Hen, which opened in 2004, said its final day in business will be Friday, Aug. 25.
“Since we have been unable to secure a new lease with our landlord,” the notice said, “we are left with no other choice than to end our 13-year run. Because this was unexpected, we do not have plans to relocate at this time since neither a move or expansion were in our immediate future.”
Blue Hen was originally operated by Diep Tran before she left to open Good Girl Dinette in Highland Park.
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