Openings and Closings

All the Bar and Restaurant Openings and Closings This Week

Truck on in to the newest outpost of the Post Brewing Company.
Truck on in to the newest outpost of the Post Brewing Company. Mark Antonation
The Post Brewing Company spread its wings a little further in Boulder County this week, opening a new location (complete with a brewing system) on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall to join the original Lafayette fried chicken joint (there's also on offshoot in Denver). Other new arrivals include a Mexican-style hamburger and hot dog joint on South Federal Boulevard, the latest Snarf's outpost (this one in a former Sinclair gas station), and a second location for the Soul Kitchen (which originally got its start as Kirk's Soul Kitchen in Aurora). Here's our complete list of bar and restaurant openings this week...with no closings to report:

Bars and Restaurants Opening This Week:*
Deep Roots Winery & Bistro, 1516 Wazee Street
Intersections, 8241 Northfield Boulevard
Los Mangos, 920 South Federal Boulevard
The Post Brewing Company, 2027 13th Street, Boulder
Snarf's, 1490 South Broadway
The Soul Kitchen, 98 Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood

Bars and Restaurants Reopening This Week:*
Kitchen Table BBQ (moved from 1426 East 22nd Avenue), 3242 East Colfax Avenue

*Or earlier, and not previously reported.

Here are links to our original coverage of openings this week:

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The paper will be coming off the windows on Thursday, November 2, at the new Post Brewing Company.
Mark Antonation
The Post Brewing Company Readies for Thursday Opening

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You can now get giant Sonoran hot dogs at Los Mangos on South Federal Boulevard.
Mark Antonation
Los Mangos Delivers a Street-Worthy Sonoran Hot Dog on Federal Boulevard

We round up restaurant openings and closings every week to keep you informed of what's happening in the Denver dining scene. Take a look at last week's Open and Shut Cases.

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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