From crafts to craft cocktails to two Colfax closings: Our Restaurant Roll Call for November

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Booze was news in November as several long-awaited bars opened, including Ste. Ellie, the cocktail spot downstairs from the owners of Colt & Gray; the tequila-heavy Matador in Highland; Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery downtown and the Atomic Cowboy on South Broadway. Meanwhile, the suburbs lost multiple locations of the Chammps and Hops chains, but gained new spots like Grand Cru in Greenwood Village, Grist Brewing in Highlands Ranch and Braun Taphaus & Grille in Arvada. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for November.

See also: Sneak peek: Matador opens in Highland

RESTAURANTS/BARS/VENUES OPENING IN NOVEMBER*: Abbey Tavern, 5151 East Colfax Avenue Atomic Cowboy on Broadway,141 South Broadway Bonefish Grill, 14740 West Colfax Avenue, Golden Braun Taphaus and Grille, 5601 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Cafe 180 Kiosk, 16th Street Mall Century KTV Asian Cafe, 1555 South Havana Unit B & C, Aurora Grand Cru, 5370 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village Grappa Italian Bistro, 450 South Teller Street, Lakewood Grist Brewing, 9150 Commerce Center Circle, Highlands Ranch Happy Cakes, 449 Main Street, Longmont Happy Leaf Kumbucha, 3519 Brighton Boulevard Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery, 2000 Lawrence Street Kitchen Table Cafe, 426 East 22nd Avenue La Biblioteca, 1610 Little Raven Street Lime, 500 16th Street Lucky China, 2000 South Havana, Aurora Matador, 3496 West 32nd Avenue Megenegna Injera, 860 South Havana, Aurora Nepali Market, 2680 South Havana Unit K, Aurora Pho Saigon Basil, 7057 West Alaska Drive, Lakewood Pho Duy & Grill, 11001 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial Plimoth, 2335 East 28th Avenue Proper Pour, 3350 Brighton Boulevard Rocko's Cantina, 6981 West Alaska Drive, Lakewood Ste Ellie, 1553 Platte StreetSugarmill, 2470 Broadway Upstairs Circus, 1500 Wynkoop Street Walter's Pizzeria, 5194 Lowell Boulevard, Littleton World of Beer, 7260 West Alaska Drive, Lakewood Yong Gung Dragon Palace Chinese Restaurant, 2040 South Havana Street, Aurora RESTAURANTS REOPENING IN NOVEMBER Gigi's Cafe in Megafauna, 3102 Blake Street Steak 'n Shake, 8271 South Quebec Street, Centennial Steak 'n Shake, 3502 River Point Parkway, Sheridan

RESTAURANTS MOVING IN NOVEMBER Mama Sanninos, now at 5800 West 38th Avenue Wheat Ridge

RESTAURANTS TEMPORARILY CLOSING IN NOVEMBER Corner House, 2240 Clay Street (will reopen for dinner December 3) RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS CLOSING IN NOVEMBER* Cantina, 1109 Lincoln Street Champps, 10375 Park Meadows Drive, Littleton Champps, 8325 Park Meadows Center Drive, Littleton Champps, 7301 South Santa Fe Drive, Littleton Chino Latino, 2200 Market Street Deli Zone, 1601 Blake Street Empanada Express Grill, 2600 E. Street, Unit G, Golden Gunther Toody's, 4500 East Alameda Avenue Hops Grill and Brewery, 8026 West Bowles Avenue, Littleton Hops Grill and Brewery, 14285 West Colfax Avenue, Golden Johnny Rockets, 403 16th Street Jordan's Bistro and Pub, 2363 East Evans Avenue Pizzeria Di Olinto, 12023 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial Taki's, 341 East Colfax Avenue The Shoppe, 3103 East Colfax Avenue Ya Hala Grill, 2100 South Colorado Boulevard

*Or earlier, and not noted in a previous Roll Call.

What did we miss? Post any additions below. And read our Restaurant Roll Call for October here.

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