Restaurant roll call for July

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Hot dog joints are on a roll in Denver, with Uber Sausage joining a scene that also welcomed the largest IKEA restaurant in the country. But Denver also said farewell to Bistro Felix and Organixx, as well as some of the earliest food trucks.

Here's our Restaurant roll call for July:


Belvedere Restaurant, 323 14th Street Cafe Berlin, 1600 Champa Street, Unit 230 Chloe Mezze Lounge, 1445 Market Street Danny Cash Hot Shop, 3378 South Broadway, Englewood Georgia Boys BBQ, 237 Collyer Street, Longmont Ice Cream Parlor at the Bookery Nook, 4280 Tennyson Street IKEA Restaurant & Cafe, 9800 East Ikea Way, Centennial Lunch Matters, 9064 Forsstrom Drive, Unit B-15, Littleton Marczyk Fine Foods, 5100 East Colfax Avenue Mike's Tavern, 2301 South Broadway Peacock Restaurant & Bar, 7401 East Colfax Avenue Purple Ginger II, 7340 South Clinton Street, Englewood Shug's Low Country Cuisine, 2017 13th Street, Boulder Uber Sausage, 2730 East Colfax Avenue Wash Park Sports Alley, 266 South Downing Street


Comfort Cafe, 3945 Tennyson Street, closed for break Dancing Noodle Thai Cuisine, 10841 South Crossroads Drive #10, Parker, closed for a summer break


Argyll, 2700 East Third Avenue Brasserie Felix, 3901 Tennyson Street Brauns,1055 Auraria Parkway El Cuscatleco, 1550 South Federal Boulevard Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, 2045 South University Boulevard KimBa Grill, 1470 South Santa Fe Drive Organixx, 1520 Blake Street Panera Bread, 240 Milwaukee Street Toast, 222 Columbine Street Twisted Olive, 8270 Northfield Boulevard Wash Park Underground, 266 South Downing Street

*Or earlier, and not included in a recent roll call

Read our Restaurant roll call for June here.

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