Over twenty restaurants opened in the metro area this month, including another round of taprooms as well as Work & Class, the first of the next wave going into RiNo. Meanwhile, only a handful of restaurants closed their doors -- including chain stalwarts Furr's in Wheat Ridge, and Olive Garden in Boulder. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for January. See also: From El Chingon to Los Chingones, our Restaurant Roll Call for December RESTAURANTS/BARS OPENING IN JANUARY*: Ambli Gourmet Eatery & Wine, 600 South Holly Street Bark Bar, 4132 West 38th Avenue Boulevard Burger and Tap, 727 Colorado Boulevard Dunkin' Donuts, 2011 Sheridan Boulevard, Edgewater Food at the Riverside, 1724 Broadway, Boulder Good Food, 100 East 20th Avenue Kokopeli Beer Company, 8931 North Harlan, Westminster Monsoon, 24017 East Commons Avenue, Aurora Planet Sub, 1617 California Street POST Brewing , West Emma Street, Lafayette Quijote's, 1043 Broadway, Boulder Rocky Top Tavern, 4907 Lowell Boulevard Ruth's Chris Steak House,707 15th Street Santiago's, 10400 East Sixth Avenue, Aurora Smashburger, 7740 West Alameda, Lakewood Snarf's, 2425 Broadway State 38, 412 Violet Street, Golden Stem Ciders, 2811 Larimer Street Sushi Harbor, 4136 East Eighth Avenue Sweet Cow, 2628 Broadway, Boulder Thailicious, 2045 Sheridan, Edgewater Urban Backyard, 17999 West Colfax, Golden Work & Class, 2500 Broadway Keep reading for more restaurant openings and closings... RESTAURANTS/BARS REOPENING IN JANUARY Denny's, 275 West Hampden Avenue, in Englewood Thai Pot Cafe, moved to 1350 South Colorado Boulevard
RESTAURANTS/BARS CLOSING TEMPORARILY IN JANUARY Lime XS, 730 East Sixth Avenue (for a remodeling project that should be done by March) Keep reading for more restaurant openings and closings...
* Or earlier, and not included in a previous Restaurant Roll Call
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