Restaurant openings far outweighed closings last month, with the long-awaited Charcoal heating up the scene.
Here's our Restaurant roll call for September:
RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS OPENING IN SEPTEMBER*
Atomic Tamale, 649 Santa Fe Drive Azitra, 535 Zang Street, Broomfield Boom Yogurt Bar, 3303 30th Street, Boulder Cafebar, 295 South Pennsylvania Street Charcoal, 43 West Ninth Avenue The Chili Guys, 5501 Federal Boulevard Dipper Ice Cream & Coffee, 932 Jersey Street Epic Grill (formerly the four metro area Fatburger locations) El Senor Sol, 5117 South Yosemite Street, Greenwood Village Estiatorio Axios, 3901 Tennyson Street Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, 100 West Troutman Parkway, Suite C, Fort Collins Manneken Frites, 5616 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Martines Bake Shop, 700 Lincoln Street Nova Yogurt, 2058 South University Boulevard One Dollar Mexican, 2675 West 38th Avenue Pho 97, 16748 East Smoky Hill Road, Centennial Riffs Urban Fare, 1115 Pearl Street, Boulder Rock-N-Dogs, 3333 South Wadsworth Boulevard Sabi Sushi (mobile restaurant) Saigon Fusion, 8800 East Hampden Avenue (formerly Pho Fusion) Snooze, 1617 Pearl Street, Boulder The Spicy Pickle, 8000 East Belleview Avenue, Unit D 40, Greenwood Village Thai Basil, 2045 South University Boulevard Wit's End Brewing, 2505 West Second Avenue The Wooden Table, 2500 East Orchard Road, Littleton Zydeco's, 1730 Wynkoop Street
RESTAURANTS/BARS/MARKETS RE-OPENING IN SEPTEMBER*
City, O' City, 206 East 13th Avenue
RESTAURANTS/BARS CLOSING IN SEPTEMBER*
*Or earlier, and not included in the previous roll call.
Read our restaurant roll call for August here.
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