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Ten Restaurants That Have Opened or Reopened So Far in September

Bar and restaurant openings (and reopenings) so far in September have ranged from the return of long-forgotten neighborhood gems like the  715 Club to sleek new destination eateries like Avelina downtown. Here's a list of what's new, with links to the stories we wrote when they opened.

First Look: The 715 Club Opens Tomorrow in Five Points
The 715 Club
715 26th Avenue
303-815-3457

Adrift to Reopen Saturday, September 17, Under New Ownership
Adrift
218 South Broadway
303-778-8454
First Look: Angelo's Taverna and Carboy Winery Bring Wine and Pasta to Littleton
Angelo's Taverna/Carboy Winery
6885 South Santa Fe Drive
720-532-1389
First Look: Avelina Opens With Chefs John Broening and Yasmin Lozada-Hissom
Avelina
1550 17th Street
720-904-6711
First Look: The Goods Opens in Place of the Good Son on Friday
The Goods
2550 East Colfax Avenue
303-355-5445

Jozi's Kitchen & Shebeen Finds a Permanent Home in Parker
Jozi's Kitchen & Shebeen
10971 South Parker Road, Parker
303-840-7971


First Look: The DTC Outpost of Maria Empanada Is Now Open
Maria Empanada
8000 East Belleview Ave, Greenwood Village
303-221-9013


Beer and Carbone's for Sunnyside: The Monkey Barrel Opens
The Monkey Barrel
4401 Tejon Street
303-433-4646
First Look: River and Woods Flows into Boulder Beginning Tuesday, September 6
River and Woods
2328 Pearl Street, Boulder
303-993-6301

First Look: Sloan's Lake Tap & Burger Opens in Former St. Anthony's Complex
Sloan's Lake Tap & Burger
1565 Raleigh Street
720-456-6779


Other restaurants that have opened this month include:
Congress Park Taproom, 833 Colorado Boulevard
Pieology Pizzeria, 12073 East Arapahoe Road., Centennial 
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