Yes, the big news in February was the long-awaited debut of Trader Joe's in Colorado -- and the company opened a trio of stores on Valentine's Day. But the Denver dining scene also welcomed more than a dozen new restaurants, and also said goodbye to a few longtime institutions. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for February 2014. See also: Ruth's Chris returns, Furr's departs Colorado -- our Restaurant Roll Call for January RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS OPENING IN FEBRUARY* 300 Suns, 335 First Avenue, Longmont 5280 Burger Bar and Creamery, 500 16th Street Atticus, 1125 East Evans Avenue Bad Daddy's Burger Bar, 240 Milwaukee Street Downing Street Grill, 3090 Downing Street Gozo, 30 South Broadway Jammin' Joes, 4272 South Broadway The Kitchen Next Door Glendale, 658 South Colorado Boulevard, Glendale Krewe Crescent City BBQ, 1109 Lincoln Street La Cour, 1643 South Broadway Live Basil Pizza, 1128 South Colorado Boulevard Lowdown Brewery & Kitchen, 800 Lincoln Street Modmarket,900 16th Street Natural Grocers, 1433 Washington Street Trader Joe's, 1710 29th Street, Boulder Trader Joe's, 5901 South University Boulevard, Greenwood Village Trader Joe's, 790 Colorado Boulevard Two22 Brewing, 4550 South Reservoir Road, Centennial Keep reading for more of our Restaurant Roll Call for February. RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS OPENING AND CLOSING (TEMPORARILY) IN FEBRUARY Former Future Brewing, 1290 South Broadway (should reopen March 7)
RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS REOPENING IN FEBRUARY Sweet Action, 52 Broadway (after a winter break) Keep reading for the rest of our Restaurant Roll Call for February.
RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS CLOSING IN FEBRUARY All-V's, 4326 East Eighth Avenue CapRock Farm Bar, 3350 Brighton Boulevard (at the close of service February 28) Pete's Patio Bar, 5151 Leetsdale Drive Sonoda's, 1620 Market Street
*Or earlier, and not noted 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 January 2014 here.
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