Every Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This Week

Thirsty Monk is now serving Belgian-style beers and other brews on East 17th Avenue.
Thirsty Monk is now serving Belgian-style beers and other brews on East 17th Avenue. Mark Antonation

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Bryan Dayton and Amos Watts are now welcoming guests to enjoy the great Boulder views at Corrida.
Courtesy of Corrida
Corrida, Now Open in Boulder, Pays Homage to Spain and the Steer

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Construction under way earlier this year on the old Patsy's space, which will soon become Acova.
Mark Antonation
Patsy's Replacement Has a New Name: Acova

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The Campus Lounge when it reopened in October 2017.
Danielle Lirette
"Failure Is Not Fun," Dan Landes Says of Campus Lounge Closure

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Chow Morso, inside Avanti F&B, will soon become Chow Morso Osteria at 1500 Wynkoop Street.
Linnea Covington
Barolo Grill Team to Open Chow Morso in Former Squeaky Bean Space

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Curtis Park Delicatessen's new location is nowhere near Curtis Park.
Ken Holloway
Curtis Park Deli Aims for April Opening for Second Sandwich Shop

We thought Quijote's would keep serving Mexican breakfast and lunch at 1034 Broadway through April, but the eatery's last day was Friday, March 30. We caught them closing up shop that afternoon, and the owner said to look for great food at their other restaurant, Los Mangos — which just won our award for Best Hot Dog this year — at 920 South Federal Boulevard.

This week was the first in a long time when closings outnumbered openings. Will the trend continue?

Have you spotted any other restaurant openings or closings? Let us know with a comment or shoot us a message at [email protected]
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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

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