Restaurant roll call for May

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The dining scene saw lots of action last month, including the opening of two new spots in the 500 block of East Colfax -- and the surprise closings of two Mark Tarbell restaurants in the Streets at SouthGlenn, including the one that served our Best Burger for 2011.

Here's the complete Restaurant roll call for May:


Bombay Bowl, 575 Lincoln Street Black Crown Lounge, 1446 South Broadway Caminito Tango, 3555 West 38th Avenue Cheapskates, 7501 Grandview Avenue, Arvada Chinook Bar & Grill, 1950 South Holly Street Frankie's Cheesesteaks, 2424 Larimer Street Frank's Kitchen, 2600 High Street Golden Spoon, 7505 East 35th Avenue, Suite 395, Stapleton Hash, 2339 West 44th Avenue Healthy Asian Kitchen, 284 South Logan Street Hella Burger, 10111 Inverness Main Street, Englewood La Scala Trattoria, 282 South Logan Street Level 3, 1111 14th Street (at the Four Seasons) Machete, 2817 East Third Avenue Margs Taco Bistro, 1519 Wynkoop Street Odelay Tacos, 3014 East Colfax Avenue (inside 3014) Pizza Fusion, 571 East Colfax Avenue Prohibition, 504 East Colfax Avenue Sugar Bakeshop, 277 Broadway Tacos y Salsas, 1531 Stout Street Tavern Littleton, 2589 West Main Street, Littleton Yellow Deli, 908 Pearl Street, Boulder


Garden Spot Cafe, 3163 Larimer Street Gindi Cafe, 3601 Arapahoe #181, Boulder Grandma's Korean BBQ, 11650 Montview Boulevard, Aurora The Oven, 6955 South York Street, Littleton Perk Hill, 2202 Kearney Street Tarbell's, 6955 South York Street, Littleton Tastes Wine Bar, 1033 East 17th Avenue Wyland's Ocean Blue, 8316 Northfield Boulevard, #1610


Que Bueno, Denver International Airport Southwest Porch at Skyline Park, Skyline Park Trompeau Bakery, 2950 South Broadway, Englewood (moved locations)

*Or earlier, and not included in a previous roll call.

Read our April restaurant roll call here.

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