Range heats up, Le Grand closes up: Our Restaurant Roll Call for May

Categories: Cafe Society

Lori Midson
Range is at home in the new Renaissance Denver Downtown hotel.
Over two dozen restaurants opened in metro Denver in May, ranging from new outposts of homegrown chains (Modmarket, Live Basil Pizza, Park Burger) to Range, a new-style Old West saloon in the stunningly renovated old Colorado Bank Building. But only a few blocks away, another vintage building lost its restaurant occupant when Le Grand Bistro & Oyster Bar closed its doors. Keep reading for our Restaurant Roll Call for May.

See also: Our Restaurant Roll Call for April

Brandon Marshall
The Bistro at Stapleton opened in restaurant-starved East Denver.

38 State Brewing, 8071 South Broadway, Littleton
4Gs, 2200 South Broadway
4 Noses Brewing, 8855 West 116 Circle, Broomfield
Adagio Baking Company, 211 South Holly Street
Aurum, 811 Yampa Street, Steamboat
Bistro Barbes, 5021 East 28th Avenue
Bistro at Stapleton, 2955 Ulster Street, Stapleton
Blooming Beets Kitchen, 3303 30th Street, Boulder
Cecil's, 1050 West Evans
Coda Brewing, 2101 North Ursula, Aurora
Fat Jack's, 2015 West 32nd Avenue
Hamburguesas Don Jesus, 800 Decatur Street
Ice Cream Riot, 1238 East Colfax Avenue
Kings BBQ, 4601 Harlan Street
License No. 1, 2115 13th Street, Boulder
Live Basil, 7740 West Alameda, Lakewood
Modmarket, 537 West Highlands Ranch Parkway, Highlands Ranch
Native Foods Cafe, 2023 South Colorado Boulevard
Park Burger, 211 South Holly Street
Por Wine House, 836 Main Street, Louisville
Potbelly Sandwich Shop, 2720 South Colorado Boulevard
Protein Bar, 1755 16th Street
Range, 918 17th Street
SloHI Coffee, 4436 West 29th Avenue
Society Sports and Spirits, 1434 Blake Street
Sunny's, 2339 West 44th Avenue
Teriyaki Madness, 2720 South Colorado Boulevard
Wonderland Brewing, 5450 West 120th Avenue, Broomfield

Keep reading for more of our Restaurant Roll Call for May.

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