There were major developments on the local dining scene last month, including the openings of ChoLon Modern Asian Bistro and EDGE, the reopening of Frasca Food & Wine -- and the closing of Zona's Tamales after forty years.
Our restaurant roll call for October:
RESTAURANTS/VENUES OPENING IN OCTOBER* ChoLon Modern Asian Bistro, 1555 Blake Street Dick's Hickory Dock, 26220 Highway 74, Kittredge EDGE Restaurant & Bar, 1111 14th Street J's Noodles & New Thai, 1842 South Parker Road, Aurora Jersey Street Bar & Grill, 900 Jersey Street Juicy Burgers & Dogs, 6830 South Yosemite Street, Englewood India Tavern, 5060 South Syracuse Street Madison Street, 1200 Madison Street Mile High Pizza Pie, 1645 Stout Street Mona's Cafe, 1710 Sherman Street Mt. Everest, 2125 South Sheridan NaRaYa, 1575 Folsom Street, Boulder Old Chubway: Expeditious Chow Dispensary, 303 Main Street, Lyons Otis & Henry's Bar and Grill, Isle of Capri Casino, 340 Main Street, Black Hawk Ted's Montana Grill, 1701 Pearl Street, Boulder Volcano, 10440 East Arapahoe Road, Englewood Wyland's Ocean Blue, 8316 Northfield Blvd., #1610 Zi Fusion, 7340 South Clinton Street, Englewood
RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN OCTOBER Bliss Bar & Bistro, 7501 Grandview Avenue, Arvada Bob's Sandwich Shop, 820 Main Street, Louisville Chez Cheese Gourmet Market, 1512 Larimer Street Chopsticks China Bistro, 5117 South Yosemite Street, Greenwood Village Evil Bean, 1512 Larimer Street J'Shabu, 2680 South Havana Street Japanese Kitchen, 2125 South Sheridan Boulevard Jamaica Juice, 1512 Larimer Street Loaves n Ladles, 723 South University Boulevard My Pizza Peel, 1645 Stout Street Pre-Game Sports Bar, 1434 Blake Street Radex Bistro, 2779 Iris Avenue, Boulder Siamese Plate on the Go, 1575 Folsom Street Zona's Tamales, 713 East 26th Avenue
RESTAURANTS TEMPORARILY CLOSED IN OCTOBER Den Deli, 1501 South Pearl Street (slated to reopen in mid-November as Ototo)
* or earlier, and not included in a previous roll call
Read the restaurant roll call for September here.
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