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All the Restaurant and Bar Openings and Closings This Week

Quijote's is closed.
Quijote's is closed. Westword

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WAZEE LOUNGE AND SUPPER CLUB
Wazee Lounge and Supper Club
"Last Call for the Wazee Lounge and Supper Club"

click to enlarge Pork and oyster sausage with baked-bean-style barley. - DANIELLE LIRETTE
Pork and oyster sausage with baked-bean-style barley.
Danielle Lirette
"First Look: Julep Debuts on Larimer Street"

click to enlarge Haykin Family Cider opened on February 1 in Aurora. - MARK ANTONATION
Haykin Family Cider opened on February 1 in Aurora.
Mark Antonation
"Haykin Family Cider Proves That Colorado Does More Than Beer"

click to enlarge The windows are covered at Bremen's in LoHi. - WESTWORD
The windows are covered at Bremen's in LoHi.
Westword
"Bremen's Closes in LoHi After Less Than a Year in Business"

The Denver restaurant scene continues to ebb and flow, with ten new restaurant openings in January, balanced out by thirteen closings. We track them every week and every month — here's the January tally — and then compile a list of every opening and closing for the year. If you want to be mind-boggled, just scroll through our list of 2017 action.

If that doesn't make you hungry, our restaurant critic, Gretchen Kurtz, selects some 25 restaurants each year for a full review — some are new (after allowing three months for the business to settle in), and some are longtime Denver establishments worth an in-depth look. Here's the latest: Viàle Pizza & Kitchen.

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Mark Antonation is the former Westword Food & Drink Editor. In 2018, he was named Outstanding Media Professional by the Colorado Restaurant Association; he's now with the Colorado Restaurant Foundation.
Contact: Mark Antonation