Openings and Closings

Every Restaurant Opening and Closing This Week

Inside the first full cafe from Method Coffee Roasters.
Inside the first full cafe from Method Coffee Roasters. Courtesy Method Coffee Roasters.
Since 2013, Denver coffee fanatics have been revving up their engines with Method Roasters coffee poured at various venues, but now the company has a cafe with its own name on it. Method Collective debuted on June 12 in LoHi in a new development built on the footprint of the old Dickinson Plaza.

And where a number of restaurants — Telegraph, Grey Cactus, Cafe|Bar — have come and gone on East Alameda Avenue, a new venture called Bon Ami Bistro & Creperie, from the owners of La Merise in Cherry Creek, is now dishing up Gallic charm.

Here's our complete list of openings and closings for the week of June 11-17, 2018, plus links to what's coming this summer.

Restaurants and Bars Opening This Week*
Bon Ami Bistro & Creperie, 295 South Pennsylvania Street
Method Collective, 2011 West 32nd Avenue
Redgarden Restaurant and Brewery, 1700 Dogwood Street, Louisville
Torchy's Tacos, 1515 Park Central Drive, Highlands Ranch

Restaurants and Bars Closing This Week*
CityPub & Burger, 3575 South Yosemite Street

*Or earlier, and not previously mentioned.

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The Frenchie dip, one of the sandwiches on the Pony Up menu.
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Officers Club is scheduled to open on June 18 in Lowry.
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"First Look: Officers Club Aims for June 18 Opening in Lowry"

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Jose Beteta is part of Raices Brewing ownership group.
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"Latino-Owned Raices Brewing Will Cross Bridges When It Opens in Sun Valley"

You don't need to rush out the door to be the first in line at every new restaurant opening; there are plenty of old favorites that still need your love. Better yet, do a bang-bang dinner by visiting two spots in one night — an old Denver classic and its new Denver counterpart. Take a look at our five pairings to use as your culinary guide — then get ready for a new set next week.

What did we miss? Keep an eye open for other restaurant and bar openings and closings around town, and let us know what you spot in a comment or by emailing [email protected].
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Mark Antonation is the former Westword Food & Drink Editor. In 2018, he was named Outstanding Media Professional by the Colorado Restaurant Association; he's now with the Colorado Restaurant Foundation.
Contact: Mark Antonation

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