The Louisville-based Lucky Pie closed out the month's action on February 29, when it opened a second Lucky Pie in (half of) the former home of Dixons. But other local ventures have not been so fortunate with their expansion plans: The companies behind both the Spicy Pickle and Mercedes Mexican Restaurant closed most of their stores.
Keep reading for the complete roster of openings and closings in February.
RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS OPENING IN FEBRUARY*:
Comida Cantina, 721 Confidence Drive, Longmont GB Fish & Chips, 5325 East Colfax Avenue The Garden, 3435 Albion Street Geisty's Dogg House, 1116 13th Street, Boulder Great Harvest Bakery, 7745 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Lucky Pie Pizza & Tap House, 1610 16th Street Kraine Station, 1434 Blake Street Mile High Spirits, 2920 Larimer Street New Saigon Bakery & Deli, 630 South Federal Boulevard Parma Trattoria & Mozzarella Bar, 1132 West Dillon Road, Louisville Udi's Bread Cafe, 1001 17th Street The Village Greek, 6886 South Clinton Street, Englewood Yo'Cheese, 6902 South Vine Street, Centennial
RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS RE-OPENING IN FEBRUARY:
Coop de Ville at Stingray, 2911 West 38th Avenue (formerly Stingray) Denver Wheel Club 404, 404 Broadway (formerly Club 404) Park Burger, 1890 South Pearl Street (reopened after expansion) RESTAURANTS/VENUES/CLUBS CLOSING IN FEBRUARY*:
Caminito Tango, 3555 West 38th Avenue The Crushery, 1579 South Pearl Street Geez Louise Coffeehouse, 4924 East Colfax Avenue Mercedes Mexican Restaurant, 4348 Sheridan Boulevard, 1385 Santa Fe Drive, 2442 South University Boulevard MiniBar, 222 Columbine Street Morton's the Steakhouse, 8480 East Belleview Avenue, Englewood My Sweet Bakery, 4326 Tennyson Street Old Chicago, 3250 Youngfield Street, Wheat Ridge Sabi Sushi, mobile concept based in downtown Denver Saxy's Cafe, 2018 10th Street, Boulder Shug's Low Country Cuisine, 2017 13th Street, Boulder Spicy Pickle (multiple locations)
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING (AT LEAST TEMPORARILY) IN FEBRUARY Highlands Garden Cafe, 3927 West 32nd Avenue (on hiatus until June)
*Or earlier, and not mentioned in a previous roll call.
See our Restaurant roll call for January here.
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