While gourmet trucks and other mobile food outfits continued to roll out in August, a number of brick-and-mortar establishments opened their doors, too.
Keep reading for our list:
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN AUGUST*
Absinthe House, 1109 Walnut Street, Boulder El Diablo, 101 Broadway Euclid Hall, 1317 14th Street FreshCraft, 1530 Blake Street Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, 2466 South Colorado Boulevard The Hole, 3877 Tennyson Street Japoix, 975 Lincoln Street Maiberry, 333 South Federal Boulevard Pandora's Mexican Restaurant, 7800 East Colfax Avenue Panera Bread, 2466 South Colorado Boulevard Pho-natic, 229 East Colfax Avenue Rockaway Tavern, 2036 Broadway Se7en, 925 Lincoln Street, Unit C Simple Sugar Bakery, 2107 East Virginia Avenue Stoney's Bar and Grill, 1111 Lincoln Street 1301 Santa Fe Tavern & Grill, 1301 Santa Fe Drive Virgilio's Pizzeria and Wine Bar, 10025 West San Juan Way, Littleton Wash Park Underground, 266-B South Downing Street Zingers, 2075 South University Boulevard
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN AUGUST*
Blue Rox Grill, 9271 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree The Cabin on Broadway, 2479 South Broadway Dewey's American Grill, 5151 South Federal Boulevard Purple Martini, 1201 16th Street Saigon Landing, 6585 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard (closed because of fire) Second Street Art Market and Wine Bar, 366 Second Street, Monument
RESTAURANTS REOPENING IN AUGUST AFTER REMODELING
**or earlier, and not included in a previous Roll Call
For the Restaurant roll call for July, click here.
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