Restaurants, bars and markets continue to roll out in The Source, where Acorn (above) sprouted in early September, followed by CapRock Farm Bar; Crooked Stave is coming soon. But two national chains also made big news: Denver got two Dunkin' Donuts stores -- on the same day -- and lost two Steak 'n Shakes. Keep reading for a rundown of all the other openings, reopenings and closings.
OPENING IN SEPTEMBER* Acorn, 3350 Brighton Boulevard Agora at the Riverside, 1724 Broadway, Boulder Babette's Artisan Breads, 3350 Brighton Boulevard Barrels & Bottles Brewery, 600 12th Street, Golden Black Sky Brewery, 490 Santa Fe Drive Broadways Tavern, 3950 South Broadway, Englewood CapRock Farm Bar, 3350 Brighton Boulevard Davies' Chuck Wagon Diner, 10151 West 26th Avenue, Lakewood Dunkin' Donuts, 366 Broadway Epic Brewing, 3001 Walnut Street Family Famous Pizza & Grill 2035 South Broadway Final Approach, food court at 8500 Pena Boulevard, Denver International Airport, with Dunkin' Donuts, zpizza, Subway and Baja Fresh Mexican Grill. Lotus Vegetarian 1015 South Federal Boulevard Mondo Market, 3350 Brighton Boulevard Novo Coffee 1700 East Sixth Avenue The Office Bar and Lounge, 7000 West 38th Avenue, Wheat Ridge Pho 007, 389 West Littleton Boulevard, Littleton Real Thai, 4980 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge Sanitas Brewing 3550 Frontier Avenue, Boulder Snow Thai, 406 East Colfax Avenue Waffle Brothers Pub Style, 1707 Lafayette Street Wasabi Roll & Go, 2076 S. University Blvd. REOPENING IN SEPTEMBER Aviano Coffee, 244 Detroit Street (after remodeling) Colt & Gray, 1553 Platte Street (after closing for ten days to finish dining-room remodel) Fired Up, 1135 Bannock Street (after a fire) Japango, 1136 Pearl Street, Boulder (after remodeling) Taki's, 341 East Colfax Avenue (after remodeling) CLOSING IN SEPTEMBER* Alba, 2480 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder Archive Room, 5601 Wadsworth Boulevard, Arvada Palace Chinese Restaurant, 6265 East Evans Avenue Steak n' Shake, 3502 River Point Parkway, Sheridan Steak n' Shake 8271 South Quebec Street, Centennial Vietnam Grill 1015 South Federal Boulevard
* or earlier, and not included in a previous Restaurant Roll Call.
What did we miss? Post any additions in the comments section below. And see our Restaurant Roll Call for August here.
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