After two big months for restaurant openings, the pace slowed a little in August -- but still, more than twenty new spots opened their doors this month, everything from downhome burger bars to the upscale Cooper Lounge in Union Station. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for August.
See also: Restaurant Roll Call for July 2014
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN AUGUST:* Black Black Coffee, 3459 Ringsby Court Biker Jim's, 1601 Mayberry Drive, Highlands Ranch The BSide, 1336 East 17th Avenue BurgerFi, 1147 Broadway Burt's Smokehouse BBQ, 7470 South University Boulevard, Centennial Cooper Lounge, 1701 Wynkoop Street Dorchester Social Eatery, 1448 Market Street Einstein Bros. Bagels, 555 Broadway Fat Willy's, 8000 East Belleview Avenue, Greenwood Village Fire and Ice Bistro, 5515 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard Iron Bird, 402 South Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs La Chiva, food truck La Choza, 4457 Broadway, Boulder Las Margs, 1521 Marion Street Lena, 24 Broadway PMG Wine Bar, 2018 10th Street, Boulder Project Pie, 1155 13th Street, Boulder The Refinery, 1932 Blake Street Sakana, 7520 Sheridan Boulevard, Arvada Seasons 52, 8325 Park Meadow, Lone Tree Spruce, 2115 13th Street, Boulder Tokio, 2907 Huron Street ViewHouse, 7101 South Clinton Street, Centennial Yum Yum Cake & Pastries, 2690 Havana Street, Aurora Keep reading for more of our Restaurant Roll Call for August RESTAURANTS/VENUES REOPENING IN AUGUST*
Santiago's, 2505 Federal Boulevard (reopening)
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN AUGUST:*
Bonanno Brothers Pizzeria, 8401 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree Churchill's Public House, 1560 Boulder Street Gallo di Nero, 1135 Bannock Street Provisions Chophaus & Drinkery, 1555 Blake Street Taita Peruvian Cuisine & Bar, 1521 Marion Street Twelve, 2233 Larimer Street Xtreme Action Bar, 1600 Champa Street Zocalo, 12 East 11th Avenue
*Or earlier, and not included in an earlier Restaurant Roll Call.
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