D Bar Raises the Bar, Arch Pizza Falls Flat: Our Restaurant Roll Call for November

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In a record year for openings, some restaurateurs are picking up the pace as they try to get a piece of the lucrative holiday season. One of the most noteworthy openings of the year was actually a reopening: On Friday, D Bar debuted in its new, larger, sleeker space on East 19th Avenue. And that was just one of more than two dozen openings in November. Keep reading for a complete list of openings and closings over the past month.

See also: Our Restaurant Roll Call for October

RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS OPENING IN NOVEMBER* Alpine Dog Brewing, 1505 Ogden Street Bar 1 (inside Green Russell), 1422 Larimer Street BeBe Sushi, 12101 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora Bites of China , 10761 East Alameda Avenue, Aurora Blackbelly Market, 1606 Conestoga Street, Boulder Blackbird, 305 South Downing Street Copper Door Coffee Roasters, 932 Jersey Street Espresso Americano, 5322 DTC Boulevard, Greenwood Village Fermaentra Brewing, 1715 East Evans Avenue Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, 1350 16th Street Grey Cactus Cocina Bar, 295 South Pennsylvania Street Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi, 250 Steele Street Illegal Pete's, 320 Walnut Street, Fort Collins Locavore Beer Works, 5950 South Platte Canyon Road, Littleton Mariscos el Licenciado, 555 South Federal Boulevard Mockery Brewing, 3501 Delgany Street The Molecule Effect, 1201 Santa Fe Boulevard Motomaki, 1600 28th Street, Suite 1216, Boulder Naked Lunch, 3301 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder Pizza Pedal'r, 2907 Huron Street, Suite 104 Raw Roots Juice Bar & Cafe, 200 Quebec Street, Unit 117 RT Cafe, 988 Lincoln Street Saffron Grill, 2049 Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood Sheroz Night Club and Sports Bar, 500 Santa Fe Boulevard Smokin' Dave's, 1940 Ken Pratt Boulevard, Longmont Taz Indian Restaurant, 10731 East Alameda Avenue, Aurora Two Sistah's Eats-n-Treats/Johnny's Dollar Dogs, 15473 East Hampden Avenue, Aurora Wonderbowl Vietnamese Restaurant, 925 South Federal Boulevard Yak & Yeti Restaurant and Event Center, 9755 East Hampden Avenue Keep reading for more of the Restaurant Roll Call for November. RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS MOVING/REOPENING IN NOVEMBER* 285 Landing (formerly Mu Lan Landing), 3650 South Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood D Bar Restaurant (moved from 1475 East 17th Avenue), 494 East 19th Avenue Illegal Pete's (from 1320 College Avenue), 1124 13th Street, Boulder The Village Cork, 1300 South Pearl Street

RESTAURANTS/BARS TEMPORARILY CLOSING IN NOVEMBER* Crave Dessert Bar & Lounge, 891 14th Street (closed for renovation) Polished Tavern (temporarily closed for flood repair), 1512 Larimer Street Keep reading for the rest of the Restaurant Roll Call for November.

RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS CLOSING IN NOVEMBER* Arch Pizza, 10101 East Hampden Avenue, 8854 East Maximus Drive, Lone Tree, 6110 East Colfax Avenue Ay Caramba!, 2817 East Third Avenue Country Time BBQ, 2504 West Hampden Avenue, Englewood Big Hoss Bar-B-Q, 3961 Tennyson Street PastaVino, 1043 Pearl Street, Boulder Silvi's Kitchen, 2550 East Colfax Avenue Snow Thai, 406 East Colfax Avenue

* Or earlier, and not mentioned in a previous Restaurant Roll Call. What did we miss? Post it in the comments section below, and see our Restaurant Roll Call for October here.

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