From Tom's Urban 24 to True Food Kitchen: Restaurant roll call for October

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There's been a lot of buzz about Tom's Urban 24, the 24-hour restaurant at the edge of Larimer Square that opened just in time to become a hip Halloween haunt. But that was far from the only development on the dining scene in October. More than a dozen new restaurants opened, several more changed concepts and/or identities...and a few longtime hangouts closed their doors.

Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for October.

See also: -Land of Lincoln: Restaurant roll call for September -New places from A (Ace) to Z (Zanitas): Restaurant roll call for August -Beehive starts buzzing, bye-bye to Tao Tao: Restaurant roll call for July


Black Shirt Brewing, 3719 Walnut Street (by appointment only, call 303-993-2799) Drew's Deli, 988 Lincoln Street The French Press, 15290 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora Graze, 10047 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree Hoot and Howl, 8270 East 49th Avenue Humble Pie, 300 Elati Street Juanita's, 32 South Broadway Larkburger, 8555 West Belleview Avenue, Littleton Leaf & Crumb, 4416 East Eighth Avenue MSU Denver Dazbog, 1201 Fifth Street Mali Thai Cuisine, 4955 South Ulster Street Merchants Mile High Saloon, 2014 South University Boulevard Mici Handcrafted Italian, 2373 Central Park Boulevard Our Mutual Friend Malt & Brew, 2810 Larimer Street (limited hours, call 720-722-2810) Park House,1515 Madison Street Rocket Fizz, 9567 South University Boulevard, Littleton Sakura House, 1255 19th Street Spicy Ginger Asian Bistro, 290 South Downing Street T|ACO, 1550 Blake Street TAG Burger Bar, 1222 Madison Street Tom's Urban 24, 1460 Larimer Street True Food Kitchen, 2800 East Second Avenue Yolanda's Tacos, 1699 South Colorado Boulevard Zest Cafe, 2740 South Wadsworth Boulevard


Cheese Importers, 103 Main Street, Longmont El Chingon, 9282 West 58th Avenue, Arvada (moving to Denver; should reopen before the end of the year) Mile High Vienna Stand, 300 Santa Fe Drive (relocated to a larger space up the block)


The Filling Station, 3507 Brighton Boulevard (after closing in May)


Ambria, 1201 16th Street Atomic Tamale, 1450 Carr Street, Lakewood Bender's, 314 East 13th Avenue Cherokee Dining on 12th Avenue, 1201 Cherokee Street Crazy Asian Cafe, 290 South Downing Street Delite, 32 South Broadway Fero's Bar & Grill, 351 South Colorado Boulevard Fleur Bistro, 1225 Logan Street Lancer Lounge, 233 East Seventh Avenue La Playa Mexican Cafe, 7685 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial Madison Street, 1222 Madison Street Rockbar, 3015 East Colfax Avenue Tequila's, 17635 South Golden Road, Golden Terroir, 246 Main Street, Longmont Yoko's Express, 1255 19th Street

* or earlier, and not included in a previous Restaurant Roll Call.

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