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Ten New Denver Eateries to Try Now

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Restaurateurs hurried this month to get their new eateries open before the holiday rush. Here's a look at ten spots that opened in metro Denver in November — some large, some small, some upscale, some downhome — with links to our coverage.

"Blue Agave Grill Adds Southwestern Spice to 16th Street Mall"
Blue Agave
1201 16th Street
"Dio Mio Handmade Pasta Opens Tonight"
Dio Mio
3264 Larimer Street
"Fish N Beer Set to Open on Larimer Street"
Fish N Beer
3510 Larimer Street
"The Hound Replaces the Irish Hound in Cherry Creek"
The Hound

575 St. Paul Street

"La Loma Opens Downtown"
La Loma

1801 Broadway

"Maddie's About to Open Fun, Diner-Style Breakfast Joint"
Maddie's

2425 South Downing Street
"Ohana Island Kitchen Reopens After Move to Larger LoHi Space"
Ohana Island Kitchen

2563 West 15th Street

"HelliMae's Owner Set to Open Post Oak Hall"
Post Oak Hall

6195 West 44th Avenue, Wheat Ridge

"The Cooler Becomes Skyline Pub in Edgewater"
Skyline Pub
2045 Sheridan Boulevard, Edgewater

"Bird Is the World in Capitol Hill: White Fence Farm Frying Up Chicken"
White Fence Farm

1025 East Ninth Avenue

Watch for our Restaurant Roll Call, with all the openings and closings in November, later this week.

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