Openings and Closings

American Grind and Every Other Opening and Closing This Week

American Grind is now serving burgs again.
American Grind is now serving burgs again. Rachel Adams

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click to enlarge The new Pierogies Factory opens on August 6, and Mac & Cheezary will debut on September 1. - COURTESY PIEROGIES FACTORY
The new Pierogies Factory opens on August 6, and Mac & Cheezary will debut on September 1.
Courtesy Pierogies Factory
New Mac and Cheese Eatery Coming From Pierogies Factory Founder

click to enlarge La Loteria Taqueria will open in late August. - MARK ANTONATION
La Loteria Taqueria will open in late August.
Mark Antonation
La Loteria Takes Over Former Cho77 and BorraCho Space

click to enlarge Tributary Food Hall opened on August 2, 2019. - MARK ANTONATION
Tributary Food Hall opened on August 2, 2019.
Mark Antonation
Tributary Food Hall Opens Friday in Golden

click to enlarge American Elm opens on West 38th Avenue on August 22. - COURTESY AMERICAN ELM
American Elm opens on West 38th Avenue on August 22.
Courtesy American Elm
"American Elm Readies for August 22 Opening in Former Way Back Space"

click to enlarge Maine Shack opened on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. - MARK ANTONATION
Maine Shack opened on Tuesday, July 30, 2019.
Mark Antonation
"Maine Shack Brings a Taste of New England to LoHi"

If new is what you're after, there are plenty of spots to try. Here's our list of the ten best restaurants to open so far this year.

Still haven't found that perfect something you've been looking for in every new restaurant in town? Maybe one of the classic eateries on University Boulevard in the Bonnie Brae neighborhood has what you need. Make a visit to the Saucy Noodle, the Bonnie Brae Tavern or Bonnie Brae Ice Cream for a taste of Old Denver.

Have you spotted any openings or closings that aren't on our list? Let us know in the comments, or send an email to [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