This week Gretchen Kurtz visits the remodeled Tamayo -- the second Mexican eatery in Richard Sandoval's global chain of restaurants, which he first opened a dozen years ago in Larimer Square -- for her review, while Carrie Shores of Table 6 spoke with Lori Midson about how she's always found refuge in the kitchen.
We also posted our restaurant roll call for the month. And there were some highly-anticipated openings, including a second (and stunning) location of Root Down, which took off at DIA, and a second brick-and-mortar location of Comida, the first tenant in The Source in River North.
Any news we missed on Cafe Society this week? Post it in the comments section below. And remember, you can write your own review of any of the places mentioned on Cafe Society by clicking on their Voice Places link.
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