A banquet of thirty-plus spots opened last month: Restaurant roll call for October

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Pinche Taqueria, the brick-and-mortar version of the popular Pinche Tacos carts, made its debut on October 31 -- the last in a potentially record-breaking roster of thirty-plus restaurants to open in a month.

Here's our restaurant roll call for October:


32nd Treat, 2015 West 32nd Avenue Arvada Beer Company, 5600 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Badger's Pub, 76 South Broadway The Bar, 554 South Broadway Bento Japanese and Asian Cuisine, 890 South Monaco Parkway The Blake, 1434 Blake Street Chicken Kabob, 9678 East Arapahoe Road, Greenwood Village Clavin's, 17904 Cottonwood Drive, Parker Crimson Canary, 141 South Broadway East Moon, 8162 South Holly Street, Centennial Emily's Coffee, 1261 Glenarm Place Empanada Express Grill, 4122 East Colfax Avenue Frijoles Colorado Cuban Cafe, 12095 West Alameda Avenue, Lakewood Hit the Spot Diner, 5637 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood La Merise, 2700 East Third Avenue Little H Burger Co, 727 Colorado Boulevard Lucy's, 2125 South Sheridan Boulevard Maria Empanada, 5209 West Mississippi Avenue, Lakewood Minglewood, 1606 Conestoga Street, Boulder Naked Pizza, 2207 East Colfax Avenue Pig & Block Charcuterie, 3326 Tejon Street Pinche Taqueria, 2301 East Colfax Avenue Relish It, 5350 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton Russell's Smokehouse, 1422 Larimer Street Sauced, 1320 15th Street Stefano's Italian Bakery, 9296 West 58th Avenue, Arvada Sub Culture, 1300 Pennsylvania Street Sweet Dream, 2680 South Havana Street, Aurora TD's Dogs, 1530 Blake Street Tossa, 2400 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder Voodoo Comedy Playhouse, 1260 22nd Street ZaZa's Pizzeria, 2041 South University Boulevard

Re-Opens and Moves on Page 2

RESTAURANTS/BARS RE-OPENING/MOVING IN OCTOBER* Bitter Bar, 835 Walnut Street, Boulder Jammin' Joe's, 4700 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge (new location) Mariscos Las Islitas, 1550 South Federal Boulevard (new location) Tastes Wine Bar & Bistro, 4267 Tennyson Street T-Wa Inn, 555 South Federal Boulevard (reopened) Closures on Page 3 RESTAURANTS/BARS CLOSING IN OCTOBER* 8 Rivers, 1550 Blake Street Apple Spice Junction, 723 South University Boulevard Baghdad Cafe, 2655 South Broadway Bisque, 224 Union Boulevard, Lakewood El Chile Rojo, 801 Santa Fe Drive Gumbo's Louisiana Style Cafe, 1530 16th Street Happy, 835 Walnut Street in Boulder (now merged into Bitter Bar) Kokoro, 550 Broadway Micky Manor, 2544 Federal Boulevard Sae Jong Kwon, 2680 South Havana Street, Aurora Santiago's, 180 West 84th Avenue Tokyo Joe's, 1700 East Evans Avenue

*Or earlier, and not included in the previous roll call.

Read our restaurant roll call for September here.

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