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Ten New Restaurants Already Open in 2017 or Coming Soon

Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.
Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.
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Last year was a busy one for restaurant openings, with more than 220 debuting in metro Denver in 2016. And so far, 2017 is looking to keep pace. Two eateries opened this week; many more are scheduled to arrive in January and the months ahead. Here are the two that got out of the gate quickly this week, along with eight more to look forward to and links to our coverage.

1. Two Pearl Street Establishments Combine as Yardbird Opens

McCormick's Fish House occupied this corner for thirty years.
McCormick's Fish House occupied this corner for thirty years.
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2. DJ's Cafe Adds Third Outpost in Former Red Octave Space on East Colfax

3. The Way Back Team's American Grind Will Replace MiJo at Avanti

4. Devil's Food Bakery & Cookery Will Soon Become Two Separate Eateries

Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.EXPAND
Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.
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5. STK and Quality Italian Will Add to Denver's Steakhouse Scene

6. Andrea Frizzi on the Real America and Moving Il Posto in January

7. Goodbird Kitchen Rebranding, Roosting in Former 4 G's Spot on South Broadway

8. McCormick's Closes at the Oxford Hotel; Space Will Become Urban Farmer

9. Just Be Kitchen Takes Over Former Mona's Space

Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.EXPAND
Yardbird is now open in the former home of Black Pearl.
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10. The Buzz on What's Replacing Patsy's: The Vespa, From the Owners of the Hornet

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