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Ten Anticipated Restaurant Openings Coming Soon in Denver

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Earlier this week, we wrote about the closing of the Good Son on East Colfax Avenue, which will leave a vacancy in its spot in the Lowenstein theater complex for just a few weeks before new owners open a new concept called the Goods. That's not the only anticipated opening that grabbed our attention, though. Here are ten other upcoming eateries that we've written about in 2016 that are sure to make a splash.

Bremen's Wine & Tap Coming Soon in Former Rosa Linda's Space
Anticipated opening: Late fall

Barolo Grill Team Plans Chow Morso for Avanti Food & Beverage
Anticipated opening: First week of October

Former Le Central Space Will Soon Become Clyde
Anticipated opening: November

Goodbird Kitchen Rebranding, Roosting in Former 4 G's Spot on South Broadway
Anticipated opening: November

Park Burger Founders to Open New Concept in Former Home of Tom's Home Cookin'
Anticipated opening: Early fall

Jeff Osaka Closes Cherry Creek Ramen Shop, Reboots Twelve
Anticipated opening: October
Chef Elise Wiggins Unveils Plans for Cattivella at Eastbridge Stapleton
Anticipated opening: Early 2017
Construction Watch: Central Market Adds Temper Chocolate
Anticipated opening: Early October
Que Bueno Deal: Dana Rodriguez Signs on to Consult With Que Bueno Suerte!
Anticipated opening: October

Zomo Will Move in This Fall Where El Tepehuan Moved Out in Englewood
Anticipated opening: End of 2016

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