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Our Most Popular Restaurant Stories of 2016: Godfather's, Cold Crush and Brunch

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Even with so many great restaurants opening in 2016, readers were most excited about the return of an old standby: Godfather's Pizza. But the temporary closure of a RiNo nightclub over a shooting this past fall also drew plenty of attention. Beyond that, we learned that Denverites love breakfast, brunch, bakeries and hidden patios.

Here are our ten most popular restaurant stories of 2016, along with links to the original posts.
1. The Pizza You Can't Refuse Returns to Colorado After a Twenty-Year Absence 2. Reader: A Dumb Rule Keeps In-N-Out Burger Away From Denver

3. Cold Crush Closed as Public Nuisance by Denver Police

4. The Ten Best Breakfast Restaurants in Denver

5. The Ten Best Brunch Restaurants in Denver

6. The Ten Best Date-Night Restaurants in Denver

7. The Eleven Best Bakeries in Denver

8. The Ten Best Hidden Restaurant Patios in Denver

9. The Ten Best Chinese Restaurants in Denver

10. The Ten Best Restaurants at Denver International Airport

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