Denver Restaurant Open and Closed This Week, Nov. 16-22 Could 2021

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While restaurants across Colorado were able to reopen at full capacity last Sunday, they had already made a quick comeback. Twin Fin Poke closed in late April after it couldn’t come to terms with its landlord, and compiled this list three weeks ago. But Twin Fin Poke was back in swimming on May 7th.

“Good news,” reported the owners on the Twin Fin Facebook page. “The property manager contacted us this week and asked us to stay. We have resolved the lease negotiations. Again, sorry for the confusion. Thank you for your continued support.”

The news isn’t so good for one of the city’s most popular food trucks: Miss B’s Vietnamese stopped rolling on May 18th. Owner Kim Bui shared the sad news on Instagram: “I wish I could keep pushing, but the demands of running this business makes it nearly impossible for me to enjoy any other aspect of my life to the fullest – and my life will always be more than my career … In this short time, I’m proud of what I’ve created. I’m proud I’m proud that I took risks. I’m proud of doing what makes sense to me. “

But a couple of other concepts just got rolling …

Restaurants and bars open this week *

Big Easy’s Crepe Kitchen is located at 709 West Eighth Avenue
Sublime sandwich that operates from 810 Vallejo Street
The LetUp Eatery, 9696 East Arapahoe Road, Greenwood Village
MainStage Brewing Company, 450 Mains Street, Lyon
Twin Fin Poke, 2720 South Colorado Boulevard

Restaurants and bars close this week *
Cho77, 1520 16th Street
Miss B’s Vietnamese food truck

* Or earlier and not included in any previous listing.

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