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Ten Upcoming Denver Restaurant and Bar Openings You Won't Want to Miss

The ahi tuna tiradito at Señor Bear.
The ahi tuna tiradito at Señor Bear. Laura Shunk
We recently brought you our list of the twenty hottest restaurants to open so far in 2017 — and we're quite certain you've worked your way through those and are looking for something even fresher. We're also looking ahead to what's coming: Here are ten openings that have us on the edge of our seats with anticipation, along with links to our full coverage.

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The prickly-pear margarita, coming soon to Señor Bear.
Linnea Covington
What to Expect From Señor Bear, Opening Imminently

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The Larimer's logo isn't a modern-day hipster; it's a likeness of William Larimer.
The Larimer Facebook page
Saucony Creek Founder Will Bring the Larimer Brewery to Northeast Park Hill

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Sports, food and Colorado beers will be the focus of Element Kitchen & Cocktail.
Courtesy of Element Hospitality
Element Hospitality Fills in Details on Upcoming Broadway Restaurant and Speakeasy

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Yummy Szechuan will soon open in place of the now-shuttered JJ Chinese Seafood.
Mark Antonation
Yummy Szechuan Takes Over Vacated JJ Chinese Seafood Spot

Zoe Ma Ma Owner Will Open Pacific Rim-Focused Chimera in Sushi Tora Space

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A rendering of Corinne's dining room.
Le Meridien
Le Méridien Hotel Will Open This Summer With Two Restaurants: Corinne and 54thirty

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A rendering of Denver Beer Co's planned third location.
Denver Beer Co/Gensler
Denver Beer Co.'s Arvada Brewery Will Boast an Indoor Airstream Burger Bar From Lucky Pie

Bryan Dayton Partners With Chef Amos Watts for Upcoming Spanish Steakhouse Corrida

Ian Kleinman Signs Lease for New Inventing Room Off Tennyson Street

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Bremen's takes shape in the former Rosa Linda's space.
Bremen's Lands Matt Selby as Executive Chef, Prepares for Late Spring Opening

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