Littleton’s Jack-n-Grill is closing, so you’ll have to eat an irresponsible amount of food somewhere else

The restaurant known for its 7-pound burrito is closing up shop in Littleton.

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Why though?

Why though?

The restaurant known for its 7-pound burrito is closing up shop in Littleton.

Owner Jack Martinez told The Know that he couldn’t come to an agreement on a new lease at the 2630 W. Belleview Ave. location, but he’ll be looking for a new space.

In the meantime, you can still get eat yourself into a coma (or just, like, eat normally) at the Denver and Westminster locations — 2524 Federal Blvd. and 9310 Sheridan Blvd.

Like many a restaurant that challenges you to do unreasonable things to your body, Jack-n-Grill got it’s 15 minutes of fame when it was featured on “Man vs. Food.” If watching a grown man try to consume 7 pounds of food appeals to you, go ahead and do that.

The Know reports that the Littleton Jack-n-Grill closed today, but an employee told Denverite it won’t close until Saturday. If you want to say farewell, you’ll just have to try your luck.

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