The new year got off to a fast start, with Pearl Street claiming another casualty: Ototo. And that was just the start of the closings. But while Mo's is no more on Broadway, Moe's now has one more store in Boulder. And several new pizza joints sliced off a piece of the dining market.
Here's our restaurant roll call for January:
RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS OPENING IN JANUARY*
The Garden, 3435 Albion Street The Hawt Dog & Sausage Eatery, 3030 East Second Avenue Masa Asian Kitchen, 1935 Federal Boulevard Moe's Original Bar-B-Que, 675 30th Street, Boulder My Other Bar (in back of Campagna), 1120 East Sixth Avenue Parry's Pizzeria and Bar, 9567 South University Boulevard, Highlands Ranch Pasquini's Pizzeria, 240 Milwaukee Street Serioz Pizzeria, 1336 East 17th Avenue Slice Works, 700 East Colfax Avenue Udi's Bread Cafe, 1001 17th Street Waffle Brothers, 1326 College Avenue, Boulder
RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS RE-NAMED IN JANUARY
RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS CLOSING IN JANUARY*
8island Hawaiian BBQ, 3050 28th Street, Boulder The Armadillo, 8555 West Belleview Avenue, Littleton Bento Japanese and Asian Cuisine, 890 South Monaco Parkway Bites, 2796 South Broadway Brauns on Blake, 2401 Blake Steet Del Taco, 1100 13th Street, Boulder Einstein's, 200 Fillmore Street Epic Grill, multiple locations Gabor's, 1223 East 13th Avenue Jasmine Asian Grill, 1935 Federal Boulevard Kate's at 35th, 3435 Albion Street Kuulture, 1512 Larimer Street Mo's, 1037 Broadway Music Bar, 4568 Tennyson Street Ototo Food and Wine Bar, 1501 South Pearl Street Pasquini's Uptown, 1336 East 17th Avenue Rex Lounge, 2936 Fox Street Rockaway Tavern, 2036 BroadwaySeven Cups, 1882 South Pearl Street
* or earlier, and not included in a previous roll call
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