Reader: The Restaurants Along Federal Boulevard Are Constantly Changing

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Driving along Federal Boulevard is a head-turning experience for anyone who follows the Denver dining scene, because restaurants along this stretch are frequently opening, closing or just trading spaces, as Pho Duy recently did when it took over the former home of Wonderbowl. And this past weekend, the storefront at 1703 Federal was transformed in just a few hours from El Luchador to El Patron. Says Bernadette:

All the little Asian restaurants on Federal are constantly changing. There are like 50 phos between Alameda and Louisiana. That being said, I have eaten at Pho Duy a while back at its old location, and it was pretty good.

What's your favorite restaurant on Federal Boulevard? Your favorite pho place? Let us know in the comments section.

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