Several much-anticipated restaurants opened in Denver last month, including Ace, a neighborhood hangout/ping-pong hall created by the folks behind Vesta Dipping Grill and Steuben's. But August also saw the end of a few local institutions, including Pagliacci's. Keep reading for our restaurant roll call... RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN AUGUST*: Ace Eat Serve, 501 East 17th Avenue Al Lado, 1610 Little Raven Street Amerigo Delicatus, 2449 Larimer Street Attivo, 955 Lincoln Street Bob's Atomic Burger, 1310 Ford Street, Golden Chino Latino, 2200 Market Street DipStik, mobile Early Bird, 11940 Bradburn Boulevard, Westminster Larkburger, 11985 Washington Street, Northglenn Lil's & Lou's Wreck, 1432 Market Street Little Dragon, 1305 Krameria Street Nooch Vegan Market, 3360 Larimer Street Pho 79, 1600 Champa Street Pita Fresh, 2075 South University Boulevard Prost Brewing, 2540 19th Street Stacks Subs, 95 South Union Boulevard, Lakewood The Steak Out Steakhouse, 1395 South Sheridan Boulevard, Lakewood Taita Peruvian Cuisine, 1521 Marion Street Uncle, 2215 West 32nd Avenue The Universal, 2911 West 38th Avenue Urban Bliss, 665 Flatiron Marketplace Drive, Broomfield Zanitas, 1370 College Avenue, Boulder RESTAURANTS/VENUES CHANGING NAMES/ADDRESSES IN AUGUST*: Bj's Restaurant & Brewhouse in Boulder (moved from 1125 Pearl Street to 1690 28th Street) Odyssey Italian Restaurant, 603 East Sixth Avenue (formerly Odyssey Asian Bistro + Sushi) Tony P's, 240 Milwaukee Street (formerly Pasquini's)
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN AUGUST*: Charlie Palmer's District Tavern, 1631 Wazee Street Conway's Red Top, 390 North Circle Drive, Colorado Springs Hooters, 1390 South Colorado Blvd Liks at Bookery Nook, 4280 Tennyson Street Pagliacci's, 1440 West 33rd Avenue Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Que, 435 South Cherry Street Santiago's, 101 Gregory Street, Blackhawk Wazee Wood-Fire Pizza, 1631 Wazee Street World Cafe, 946 Pearl Street, Boulder
*Or earlier, and not mentioned in a previous roll call.
What did we miss? Post any info in the comments section below. And see our Restaurant roll call for July here.
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