Restaurant roll call for September

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While food trucks are still on a roll in Denver, several brick-and-mortar restaurants opened in September -- with many more slated to open in October. But the Denver dining scene also lost some notable spots, too.

Our restaurant roll call for September:


Cosmo's Pizza, 550 Grant Street Crimson & Gold Tavern, 2017 South University Boulevard Gin & Sin Speakeasy, 3862 High Street Guy Harvey's Perfect Spot & Grill, 8336 Northfield Boulevard, Suite 1600 Hayter's & Co., 1920 Blake Street Highland Tap and Burger, 2223 West 32nd Avenue Hops & Pie, 3920 Tennyson Street Organic Pizza Company, 4500 West 38th Avenue Smashburger, 1203 16th Street Southwest Porch (at Skyline Park)

RESTAURANTS REOPENING IN SEPTEMBER Pupusas Sabor Hispano, in a new location at 4500 Broadway, Boulder

RESTAURANTS/VENUES CLOSING IN SEPTEMBER*: 9th Avenue Grill, 900 Jersey Street Arapahoe Junction, 1805 Arapahoe Street The Counter, Park Meadows Mall Front Porch Cafe, 1115 Grant Street Tambien, 250 Steele Street

RESTAURANTS CLOSED TEMPORARILY Frasca Food + Wine (closed for remodeling/expansion), 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder Twelve, 2233 Larimer Street (on a break until October 11)

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

Read the restaurant roll call for August here.

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