February saw a handful of high-profile openings, including a second Marco's Coal-Fired Pizzeria in the upscale Vallagio project. But Denver also lost a couple of longtime restaurants, including the Rocky Mountain Diner and Deli Tech.
Our Restaurant roll call for February:
RESTAURANTS OPENING IN FEBRUARY*
Brauns on Blake (BOB), 2401 Blake Street Breakfast on the Edge, 2045 Sheridan Boulevard, Lakewood Brewski's Pub & Grill, 2100 East 104th Avenue, Northglenn Bubba Chinos, 88th and York, Thornton Bubba Chinos, 1310 College Avenue, Boulder Cody's, 10253 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora D'Corazon, 11903 West Sixth Avenue, Lakewood 5th Sun Cafe & Lounge, 3024 Speer Boulevard Gordo Loco, 2637 West 26th Avenue Ismini's Grill (formerly Swift's Steakhouse #4), 8 South Broadway Marco's Coal-Fired Pizza, Vallagio at Inverness, 10111 Inverness Main Street, Englewood Mugsy's Bar, 7950 East Mississippi Avenue Ozo Coffee Co., 1015 Pearl Street, Boulder Park Burger, 2643 West 32nd Avenue Pho Bowl, 3298 South Broadway, Englewood (inside the Conoco station) Pho Le, 1195 South Federal Boulevard Pho Pasta, 295 South Pennsylvania Street Royal Gorge Deli & Pizza, 5650 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Englewood The Score Bar & Grill, 19878 East Hilltop Road, Parker Senorita Frogs, 8990 Federal Boulevard Shawarma Mediterranean Grill, 7593 South University Boulevard, Littleton V2 Sports Bar & Restaurant, 333 South Federal Boulevard Vino Pho & Grill, 1630 30th Street, Boulder
RESTAURANTS CLOSING IN FEBRUARY*
Big Papa's BBQ, 12652 West Ken Caryl Avenue, Littleton Davies Chuck Wagon Diner #2, 2601 West Alameda Avenue Deli Tech, 8101 East Belleview Avenue Heidi's Deli, 1643 South Broadway Pho So 1, 1195 South Federal Boulevard Rocky Mountain Diner, 800 18th Street Skew, 2070 South University Boulevard Swallows, 3090 Downing Street
RESTAURANTS TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Deluxe, 30 South Broadway (closed last week for renovation) Ototo Food and Wine Bar, 1501 South Pearl Street (closed February 25 for construction work) Z Cuisine , 2239-45 West 30th Avenue, (closed in February for expansion)
*Or earlier, and not included in a previous roll call.
Read our Restaurant roll call for January here.
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