Patio season is in full swing with two more opening

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New patios are popping up all over town this summer. Star Bar introduced its outdoor "Bar Port" last month, complete with a draft system and a tiki theme. A half-dozen blocks and a world away, Edge at the Four Seazons unveiled its renovated patio in late June.

Elway's Downtown plans on completing its new outdoor space by August 1; that's when City, O' City hopes to open the thirty-seat patio it envisioned when it expanded its dining area and kitchen last year.

And in the meantime, here are two more new patios:

Frank's Kitchen, 2600 High Street, has put the finishing touches on its new outdoor seating area -- a welcome addition to the popular yet tiny space. "It's doubled our seating capacity, which is nice," says Dina Berta, who owns the year-old, eclectic neighborhood joint with her husband, Frank. "It's a great place to enjoy our new fresh-fruit milkshakes."

Renegade Brewing, 925 West Ninth Avenue, has a pop-up patio it sets up on weekends, creating a comfortable spot to drink while dining on street food from Crazy Good Food on Thursdays; Quiero Arepas on Fridays; Denver Pretzel Company on Saturdays and Panini A Go Go on Sundays. A version of this story originally appeared in Cafe Bites, our weekly e-mail newsletter dedicated to food and drink in Denver. Find out how to subscribe to Cafe Bites here.

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