From Session Kitchen to St. Louis-style pizza, our Restaurant Roll Call for October

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More than two dozen eateries opened in metro Denver this month, everything from coffeehouses to pizza joints (serving the taste of St. Louis!) to the stylish Session Kitchen. Old favorites closed, too, with Little Shanghai shutting its doors overnight, while Japon delivered a long goodbye that finally ended on the last day of October. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for October.

See also: Four reasons to get excited about Session Kitchen


African Bar and Grill, 18601 Green Valley Ranch Road Arch Pizza, 6110 East Colfax Avenue Bistro Colorado, 1552 Bergen Parkway, Evergreen Boxcar Coffee, 3550 Brighton Boulevard Burritos and Tacos, 800 Decatur Street Chili Verde, 2311 Federal Boulevard Crooked Stave 3550 Brighton Boulevard Crystal Springs Brewing, 657 South Taylor Avenue, Louisville Curtis Club, 2100 Curtis Street Dancing Crab, 10293 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora Easy Peasy Pizza Wings and More, 805 West 88th Avenue Firehouse Subs, 9445 East County Line Road, Centennial Goody's Eatery, 3010 West 72nd Avenue, Westminster Humboldt, 1700 Humboldt Street Ink! Coffee, 1801 California Street Kazoka Sushi, 10665 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood Monkey Barrel,1611 Platte Street Native Foods, 680 South Colorado Boulevard Okinawa, 3927 Tennyson Street Saigon Tokyo Asian Fusion, 700 South Buckley Road, Aurora Session Kitchen, 1518 South Pearl Street Thump, 1201 East 13th Avenue Tropical Smoothie 5332 DTC Boulevard, #200 UU Gourmet Sandwiches, 1301 Speer Boulevard Volta 2480 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder The Watering Bowl, 5411 Leetsdale Drive

REOPENED* Gallo di Nero, 1135 Bannock Street (previously Fired Up) Govinda's Garden Cafe, 1400 Cherry Street (after remodeling) Japango, 1136 Pearl Street, Boulder (after remodeling) Satchel's on 6th, 710 East Sixth Avenue (after remodeling) Squire Lounge , 1800 East Colfax Avenue (after remodeling) Taki's, 341 East Colfax Avenue (after remodeling)

CLOSED FOR REMODELING Al Lado, 1610 Little Raven Street (will reopen as La Biblioteca) Spanky's Roadhouse, 1800 East Evans Avenue

CLOSED IN OCTOBER* Baker Street Pub, 1729 28th Street, Boulder The Desk, 230 East 13th Avenue Espresso Roma, 1101 13th Street, Boulder Japon, 1028 South Gaylord Street Johnny Carino's, 389 South Wadsworth Boulevard, Lakewood Little Shanghai, 465 South Broadway Mile High Pizza Pie, 1645 Stout Street Old Louisville Inn, 740 Front Street, Louisville Vina Pho & Grill, 2045 Sheridan Boulevard, Edgewater Wahoo's Fish Tacos, 1521 Blake Street Wynstone's World Teas, 16th Street Mall

* or earlier, and not noted in a previous Roll Call

What did we miss? Post any additions in the comments section below. And see our Restaurant Roll Call for September here.

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