More than a dozen restaurants opened in Denver this past month, including the long-awaited Punch Bowl -- Social Food & Drink and The Populist. But there were some surprise closings, too, including Il Mondo Vecchio, the pork palace that's gone to hog heaven, and Del Norte Brewing, the first brewery to close in four years during the craft-beer boom. See also: - Restaurant roll call for October - Photos: Il Mondo Vecchio loaded its last stock on Friday - Slide show: Opening night at Punch Bowl Social - Photos: First look at The Populist
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN NOVEMBER:*
Arlene's Bistro & Creperie, 2018 Broadway Street, Boulder Baba's Falafel, food truck Brewery Rickoli, 4335 Wadsworth Boulevard, Wheat Ridge Cafe Byblos Mediterranean Grill, 400 Corona Street Cafe Zuri, 3718 West 32nd Avenue El Rico Dicho Menederia Y Taqueria, 10400 East Sixth Avenue, Aurora Fresh Healthy Cafe, 3000 East First Avenue Hideaway Kitchen + Bar, 25948 Genesee Trail Road, Golden Infinite Monkey Theorem's taproom, 3200 Larimer Street Jelly, 1700 East Evans Avenue Lucky's Bakehouse & Creamery, 3990 Broadway, Boulder MegaFauna's cafe, 2701 Larimer Street Pasquini's Pizzeria, 777 East 17th Avenue Patxi's Pizza, 3455 South University Boulevard, Englewood Pho Saigon Star, 2045 South University Boulevard The Populist, 3163 Larimer Street Punch Bowl - Social Food & Drink, 65 Broadway Stranahan's tasting room and store, 208 South Kalamath Street Twin Peaks, 8840 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial Wild Woods Brewery, 5460 Conestoga Court, Boulder
RESTAURANTS/VENUES REOPENING IN NOVEMBER*:
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN NOVEMBER*:
Del Norte Brewing Company, 1390 West Evans Avenue Denver Wheel Club, 404 Broadway (the bar remains open for now, but has changed owners and will change concepts) Full Steam Tavern, 1434 Blake Street Heidi's Brooklyn Deli, 3130 Lowell Boulevard Il Mondo Vecchio, 1174 South Cherokee Street Mona's Restaurant, 1710 Sherman Street Thai Mango, 609 Grant Street Tresca's Trattoria, 3555 West 38th Avenue Venue Bistro, 3609 West 32nd Avenue
* or earlier, and not included in a previous Restaurant Roll Call.
What did we miss? Post any additions in the comments section below. And see our restaurant roll call for October here.
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