More than two dozen restaurants made their debut in February, including the long-anticipated Old Major. But Pig & Block Charcuterie wasn't around to greet its new neighbor (or benefit from some of those customers); it closed last month.
Keep reading for all the openings and closings on the Denver dining scene last month.
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN FEBRUARY:*
Ay Caramba!, 2817 East Third Avenue Big Mac & Little Lu's Seafood Market, 2851 West 120th Avenue, Westminster Cafe Max, 2412 East Colfax Avenue Cana Wine Bar, 2554 South Broadway City Wok, Denver International Airport De Steeg, 4342 Tennyson Street Fat Jack's, 3535 Quebec Street Fat Sully's, 140 South Broadway Fate Brewing Company, 1600 38th Street, Boulder Garlic Knot, 3200 South Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood Glacier Ice Cream & Gelato, 3455 South University Boulevard, Englewood Golden Moon Distillery, 412 Violet Street, Golden Larkburger, 2730 South Colorado Boulevard Moontower Tacos, 609 Grant Street Mountain Tap Bar & Grill, 1901 Youngfield Street, Golden Mutiny Information Cafe, 2 South Broadway Old Major, 3316 Tejon Street Ole, 1043 Broadway Patxi's, 185 Steele Street Pinche Taqueria, 3300 West 32nd Avenue Slotted Spoon Meatball, 2730 South Colorado Boulevard Southern Hospitality, 1433 17th Street Summit Tempeh, 1670 Jasper Street, Aurora Udi's Pizza Cafe & Bar, 2550 East Colfax Avenue Vino Volo, Denver International Airport
RESTAURANTS/VENUES REOPENING IN FEBRUARY:* Aviano, 244 Detroit Street (moved) Brittany Hill, 9350 Grant Street (open for brunch, special events) Jelly, 600 East 13th Avenue (reopened after some remodeling) Tamayo, 1400 Larimer Street (after a million-dollar remodel) RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN FEBRUARY:*
Bocadillo, 4044 Tejon Street (reportedly temporary) The Brighton Depot, 269 East Bridge Street in Brighton Chili Verde, 3700 Tejon Street Pig & Block Charcuterie, 3326 Tejon Street Tuscany, 4150 East Mississippi Avenue
* or earlier, and not included in a previous Restaurant Roll Call.
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