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From oysters to openings, a second helping of Cafe Society: May 5-9

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This week in Cafe Society, Gretchen Kurtz determined that things are going swimminglyat the latest outpost of Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar, Jax Glendale is not just about the ocean.. Diane Snider of Row 14 is the star of this week's Chef and Tell interview, talking with Lori Midson about her first food epiphany, adventures in the kitchen and more.

Also last week, many of Denver's top female chefs participated in WomenCook! Dining for a Difference, an annual fundraiser for Work Options for Women. You can see our slide show of Women Cook! here.

And breweries continue to appear in the suburbs, with 4 Noses opening in Broomfield, 38 State opening in Littleton, and Coda is now pouring in Aurora.

ALSO OPENING THIS WEEK*: 38 State Brewing, 8071 South Broadway, Littleton 4 Noses Brewing, 8855 West 116 Circle, Broomfield Coda Brewing, 2101 North Ursula, Aurora Society Sports & Spirits, 1434 Blake Street

CLOSING THIS WEEK*: Big Papa's, 6265 East Evans Avenue Clancy's Irish Pub, 10117 West 37th Place, Wheat Ridge Jammin Joe's, 7605 West 44th Avenue, Wheat Ridge Trattoria on Pearl, 1430 Pearl Street

*Or earlier, and not included in a previous Second Helping.


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