There were many changes in the Denver dining scene last month, with two homegrown chains adding outlets, a couple of national chains entering the market -- and some definite one-of-a-kind restaurants opening.
Read on for our Restaurant roll call for November:
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN NOVEMBER*
Coffee at the Point, 10 East 26th Avenue Dads & Dude's, 6730 South Cornerstar Way, Aurora D.P. Dough, 1228 East Colfax Avenue The Egg & I, 7830 West Alameda Avenue, Suite 101, Lakewood Hound Dogs, 5209 West Mississippi Avenue, Lakewood Green Russell, 1422 Larimer Street In Season Local Market, 924 Main Street, Louisville Jack-N-Grill, 9310 Sheridan Boulevard, Westminster Jake's Food & Spirits, 3800 Walnut Street Oak at Fourteenth, 1400 Pearl Street, Boulder Ototo Food and Wine Bar, 1501 South Pearl Street Q Table BBQ, 311 West 104th Avenue, Northglenn Quaker Steak & Lube, 10392 Reed Street, Broomfield Snooze, 6781 South York Street, Suite 515, Littleton Teleras, 810 East 88th Avenue Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, 8260 Northfield Boulevard, Suite 1370 The Village at Edgewater, 5700 West 25th Avenue, Edgewater Walter's Pizzeria, 1906 Pearl Street Wednesday's Pie, 1422 Larimer Street Zook's Coffee and Ice Cream, 3156 West 38th Avenue
RESTAURANTS/VENUES MOVING IN NOVEMBER
Bayleaf, 1222A Pearl Street, Boulder RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN NOVEMBER* Abo's, 1035 Pearl Street, Boulder An's Lemongrass Grill, 2643 West 32nd Avenue Cilantro Fusion, 1531 Stout Street Claim Jumper, 7407 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree Fuhgidabowdit Pizzeria, 2041 South University Boulevard A Grande Finale Patisserie, 641 Main Street, Louisville Hades Bar & Grill, 2200 South Broadway Hog Wild BBQ, 2103 South Broadway House, 4363 Tennyson Street kAtcH Fish House, 1300 Pennsylvania Street Leo Goto's Riverfront, 2852 West Bowles Avenue, Littleton Open Tap & Grill, 1446 South Broadway Pappadeaux, 9145 Sheridan, Westminster Q Worldly Barbecue & Lounge, 2817 East Third Avenue
* or earlier, and not included in a previous roll call
Did we miss anything? Let us know below. And read the Restaurant roll call for October here.
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