Openings and Closings

Restaurant roll call for June

RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN JUNE:*

Bar Car, 819 Colorado Boulevard Beauty Bar, 608 East 13th Avenue BenchWarmers Tavern & Grill, 6631 South Peoria Street, Centennial Cellar Wine Bar, 2556 15th Street Chances, 1135 Bannock Street Comfort Cafe, 3945 Tennyson Street East Asia Garden, 1156 South Broadway Eco-Burger, 2817 East Third Avenue Front Porch Cafe, 1115 Grant Street Hodsons Bar & Grill, 6851 South Gaylord Street, Centennial Katch Fish House, 1300 Pennsylvania Mad Greens, 2073 South Colorado Boulevard Maggie & Molly's, 2908 East Sixth Avenue Mirch Indian Grill, 8000 East Belleview Avenue Moe's Original Bar-B-Que, 2589 Lewis Way, Lakewood Pasquini's Pizzeria, 8101 East Belleview Avenue Pho Havana, 10400 East Sixth Avenue, Aurora Pica's Mexican Taqueria, 5360 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder The Porker, California and 17th streets Rhythyms Bar, 7101 South Clinton, Centennial Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Que, 315 South 31st Street, Colorado Springs Sienna Wine Bar and Small Plates, 3422 East 12th Avenue Wild Ivories Dueling Piano Saloon, 1400 Market Street Wooden Spoon Cafe & Bakery, 2418 West 32nd Avenue

RESTAURANTS/VENUES MOVING IN JUNE*

Blake Street Tavern, 2301 Blake Street

RESTAURANTS/VENUES ON HIATUS Wild Ginger, 399 West Littleton Boulevard, Littleton (reopening in October)

RESTAURANT/VENUES CLOSING IN JUNE*

Baked Stuffed Bunz on the Run Eatery, 1432 East 22nd Avenue Carmen's Cafe, 1115 Grant Street Chef's Noodle House, 10400 East Sixth Avenue Gelman's Restaurant & Bar, 2911 West 38th Avenue (reopening as a seafood restaurant in October) Jezebel's Juke Joint & Brothel, 3862 High Street Mel's Bar and Grill, 5970 South Holly Street Perky Cups, 12101 East Iliff Avenue, Aurora Recovery Room, 819 Colorado Boulevard Thai Green Chile, 1156 South Broadway Trinity Irish Pub, 29017 Hotel Way, Evergreen Zuni Kitchen, 3007 Zuni Street

*or earlier, and not included in a previous Roll Call

Read the Restaurant Roll Call for May here.

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