Introducing the freshest new businesses to open in Denver

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Want to find out about the newest businesses to open in Denver? From a Swiss-inspired cidery to a tap room serving local craft beer, read on for the latest hot spots to debut recently.

Blue Pebble

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Blue Pebble is a New American restaurant and bar that recently opened at 698 Santa Fe Drive in Lincoln Park. So far, it's been well-received, considering it has a five-star rating out of six reviews on Yelp.

In addition to mixed drinks, Blue Pebble serves handcrafted brunch, lunch and dinner fare. Menu items to look for include multiple eggs Benedict varietals, a zesty quinoa salad, angel hair pasta with portobellos and a meatless Impossible hamburger.


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Head over to 145 N. Broadway in Baker and you'll find Postino, a new wine bar and Italian bistro that also has locations in Arizona, Texas and New Mexico.

The menu at Postino is brimming with Italian-inspired dishes, including meat and cheese boards, soups, salads, panini sandwiches and a list of bruschetta options.

Gyros Town Restaurant

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Wander over to 2276 S. Colorado Blvd. in University Hills and you'll encounter Gyros Town Restaurant, a Mediterranean and Greek cafe, offering seafood and more.

Initially starting out as a food truck, Gyros Town Restaurant specializes in traditional Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, and serves items such as gyros, kebabs, salads, sandwiches, soups and curries.

Waldschänke Ciders

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Meander past 4100 Jason St. in Sunnyside and you'll find Waldschänke Ciders, a new cidery. With five stars out of two reviews on Yelp, it's off to a strong start.

According to its website, Waldschänke Ciders offers a Coloradan interpretation of Swiss hard ciders, and currently features a wide selection of local ciders for guests to taste in its tap room.

River North Brewery

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Last but not least is the latest outpost of River North Brewery, which recently opened its doors at 3400 Blake St.

River North Brewery, which now has two tap rooms in Denver, is best known for brewing Belgian-style and more robust-strength craft beers, such as double IPAs.

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