Openings and Closings

Glendale rolls out CitySet, rolls up Four Mile House: Our Restaurant Roll Call for July

More than two dozen restaurants opened in the metro area in July, serving everything from empanadas to tacos to pizza...and beer, of course. Leading the way in the eatery action? Glendale, whose CitySet project will soon have eleven restaurants -- but the town also lost its oldest saloon, Jack Casey's Four Mile House. Keep reading for our compendium of all the openings and closings over the last month...

See also: - Latkes, burgers and lots of beer: Restaurant Roll Call for June - Pizza, pizza, pizza: Restaurant Roll Call for May - Pouring craft beer, pulling Strings: Our restaurant roll call for April


Agave Taco Bar, 2217 East Mississippi Avenue AikoPops, 1284 South Pearl Street Big Smoke Burger, 650 South Colorado Boulevard Bonfire Burritos, 17025 South Golden Road, Golden The Brew on Broadway, 3445 South Broadway, Englewood Churchill's Public House, 1560 Boulder Street Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria, 650 South Colorado Boulevard Einstein Bros. Bagels, Denver International Airport Firedough Mediterranean Grill, Bakery & Pies, 10639 East Briarwood Avenue, Centennial Harman's Eat & Drink, 2900 East Second Avenue Los Pastes, 3140 South Parker Road, Aurora MainLine, 125 South College Avenue, Fort Collins Mellow Mushroom, 9721 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree Modmarket, 3475 South University Boulevard, Cherry Hills Namaste India, 5545 Wadsworth Bypass, Arvada Pho 2 Love, 6593 West Colfax Avenue, Lakewood Pride of Philly, food truck Santiago's, 17th Avenue and Federal Boulevard The Social, 872 West Happy Canyon Road, Castle Rock Sprouts, 3625 East Colfax Avenue Tortisimas, 375 Federal Boulevard Udi's Cafe, Pizza and Bar, 650 South Colorado Boulevard Urban Thai, 2030 Ionosphere Street, Longmont Waffle Up, food truck West 29th Restaurant & Bar, 5560 West 29th Avenue, Wheat Ridge


Bocadillo, 4044 Tejon Street (reopened after closing late last year with a new menu)

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