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Beehive starts buzzing, bye-bye to Tao Tao: Restaurant roll call for July

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There was plenty of action on the Denver dining scene in July -- even without the open-shut-open saga of Sketch and El Diablo. Here's our restaurant roll call for July: RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN JULY*: Bean Fosters, 720 Golden Ridge Road, Golden Beehive, 2018 10th Street, Boulder Blue Sushi Sake Grill, 1616 16th Street Bramble & Hare, 1970 13th Street, Boulder Bubba Chinos, 1361 Court Place Caveman Cafeteria, food truck Central Bistro & Bar, 1691 Central Street Eat+Drink, 1541 Platte Street Fired Up, 1135 Bannock Street Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, 1200 Sergeant Jon Stiles Drive, Highlands Ranch Il Vicino Wood Oven Pizza, 1001 South Gaylord Street Pho 79, 1600 Champa Street Pub 17, 1750 Welton Street Taita Peruvian Cuisine & Bar, 1521 Marion Street Wafflich, 4166 Tennyson Street Yard House, 8437 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree Yogurt Guru, 3617 West 32nd Avenue RESTAURANTS/VENUES REOPENING IN JULY*: Barker Lounge, 475 Santa Fe Drive (after moving from South Broadway) RESTAURANTS/VENUES TEMPORARILY CLOSING IN JULY*: Gaetano's, 3760 Tejon Street (closed for renovations) Pho Saigon Le, 8101 East Belleview Avenue (closed after a fire) RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN JULY*: Brandon's Pub, 3027 East Second Avenue Chicken Kabob, 9678 East Arapahoe Road, Greenwood Village El Olvido, 2200 South Broadway Famous Pizza, 1528 East Colfax Avenue Giovanni's Italian Cafe, 9134 West Sixth Avenue Lime, 1424 Larimer Street Penn Street Perk, 1300 Pennsylvania Street Read, Write & Brew, 720 Golden Ridge Road, Golden Sonoda's Sushi, 550 Broadway Tao Tao Noodle Bar, 10400 East Sixth Avenue, Aurora

*Or earlier, and not mentioned in a previous roll call.

What did we miss? Post any info in the comments section below. And see our Restaurant roll call for June here.


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