More than two dozen restaurants opened this month, including the long-awaited Gozo and Troy Guard's stunning Guard and Grace. But the big news was how many longtime spots on the Denver dining scene called it quits -- including longtime steak-mecca Emilene's in Aurora and the Catacombs Bar in the Hotel Boulderado. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for March.
RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS OPENING IN MARCH* Arch Pizza, 10101 East Hampden Avenue Aviator's Club, Denver International Airport Babajoon's Kabobs, 1005 West 120th Avenue, Westminster Bruxie, 1000 South Colorado Boulevard Dickey's Barbecue Pit, 10551 East Garden Drive, Aurora Dulce Vida, 1201 Cherokee Street Dunkin' Donuts, 16601 Smoky Hill Road, Aurora Dunkin Donuts, 3235 28th Street, Boulder Firehouse Subs, 15405 East Briarwood Circle, Aurora Golden Moon, 412 Violet Street, Golden Gozo, 30 South Broadway Grimaldi's, 500 16th Street Guard and Grace, 1801 California Street Huckleberry Roasters, 2500 Larimer Street Jammin Joe's, 7605 West 44th Avenue, Wheat Ridge Jefferson Park Pub, 2445 Eliot Street John Holly's Asian Bistro, 1028 South Gaylord Street Machete, 1730 Wynkoop Street Old Mine Cidery & Pub, 500 Briggs Street, Erie Original Chubby's, 7310 Federal Boulevard, Westminster Pasty Republic, 4166 Tennyson Street Pho Market, 1002 South Federal Boulevard Slice Works, 1433 17th Street Steve's Snappin' Dogs, Denver International Airport To The Wind Bistro, 3333 East Colfax Avenue Xtreme Action, 1600 Champa Street Keep reading for more of our Restaurant Roll Call for March. RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS CLOSING IN MARCH* Bacaro, 921 Pearl Street, Boulder Baum Cake, 1160 Madison Street Catacombs Bar, 2115 13th Street, Boulder D Bar, 1475 East 17th Avenue Emilene's, 16000 East Smith Road, Aurora Hash, 2339 West 44th Avenue Jammin Joe's, 4272 South Broadway, Englewood Old Chicago, 1415 Market Street Restaurant Kevin Taylor, 1106 14th Street Wafflich, 4166 Tennyson Street * Or earlier, and not noted in a previous Roll Call
Find our February Restaurant Roll Call here.
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