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From Pizza to Pork Chops, a Second Helping of Cafe Society: September 22-26

This week in Cafe Society, Gretchen Kurtz visited Saucy Noodle Ristorante, which just celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. It may not be the best red-sauce joint in town, but as she notes in her review of Sauce Noodle, the place has a faithful cadre of fans. For Chef and Tell, Mark Antonation talked with Breckenridge-Wynkoop CEO Lee Driscoll about fortieth anniversary of Wazee Supper Club, and how the place -- and its pizza -- has change over the years. Also this week, we listed other family-run restaurants that have passed the the five-dace mark. We reported on a Federal Boulevard taco truck busted for serving more than just carnitas. And we also talked with three prominent chefsabout what drew them to careers in the restaurant industry.

OPENING THIS WEEK: Brazen, 4450 West 38th Avenue (soft opening this weekend) Fiction Beer Company, 7101 East Colfax Avenue Perry's Steakhouse and Grill, 8433 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, 182 Lusher Court, Frisco World of Beer, 1555 Blake Street

RE-OPENING THIS WEEK Lime XS, 730 East Sixth Avenue

CLOSING THIS WEEK*: Heidi's Brooklyn Deli, 831 Colorado Boulevard

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

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