Big burritos, seafood in Westminster and more: A second helping of Cafe Society, July 8-12

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The 20th anniversary of Chipotle -- one of Colorado's biggest homegrown success stories -- is tomorrow, and Lori Midson got a chance to chat with founder Steve Ells for this week's feature; while Gretchen Kurtz took a "staycation" at Big Mac & Little Lu's, and Mark Antonation stopped by New Saigon with his family.

See also: - Coda Brewing will make beer music on the former Fitzsimons base in Aurora - John Broening and Robert Thompson join forces to create a 21st-century bistro - Photos: With both coffee and beer, the Brew on Broadway runs north and south

Opening this week:

The Brew on Broadway, 3445 South Broadway Los Pastes, 3140 South Parker Road, Aurora


Bocadillo, 4044 Tejon Street

Closing this week:

Lenny's Sub Shop, 726 Lincoln Street

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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