The Arvada Grill at 5801 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard in Arvada has closed its doors."Thank you to all who joined us!" is the only message offered on the restaurant's website, www.arvadagrill.com.
And the website of the parent company, the Fortis Group at www.fortisdenver.com, no longer lists the Arvada Grill, which chef Alex Gurevich opened right at the end of 2007.
His Limon is still going strong at 1618 East 17th Avenue, though, and Bisque, at 226 Union Boulevard, has improved with the addition of brunch and the dropping of the word "Cafe" from its name, as Jason Sheehan found when he revisited Bisque this fall.
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