Photos: RiNo's on Blake opens in the former Brauns space

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RiNo's on Blake

, a "contemporary American" restaurant, opened last night at 2401 Blake Street, the original home of the

Blake Street Tavern

(and a second


after that). While RiNo's will continue to have a bar vibe, it's also created a white-tablecloth dining area that focuses on "sustainable made-from-scratch foods."

Keep reading for a look at the space and the menu.

See also: - Brauns on Blake closes, ending the sports bar's Denver legacy - Blake Street Tavern reopens in a new spot -- just a block away from the old - "Killer Cuisine & Cocktails" coming to 1500 block of Blake Street

Continue reading for more photos.

RiNo's is currently open from 3 p.m. to midnight, but hours may vary over the next few weeks. Call the restaurant at 303-295-7466 for more information.

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