Ed Novak has owned nine Broker restaurants in the Denver area over the past three decades, although never that many at one time. He has bought out the failed restaurants of other entrepreneurs and converted the properties into The Broker, a fine-dining concept with a signature giant shrimp bowl appetizer. Novak would hang on to each restaurant until it made more sense to sell it than run it—except for one. The Broker in downtown Denver on 17th Avenue, the first and the last, ...

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