Open, a sandwich shop that operated out of the Goosetown Tavern, 3242 E. Colfax Ave., closed in mid-December.
Open featured high-end sandwiches inspired by some of Denver’s big-name chefs, …
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Open featured high-end sandwiches inspired by some of Denver’s big-name chefs, such as the Lee sandwich — a slow roasted beef and provolone sandwich with Sichuan dipping broth — for Tommy Lee of Uncle, which has a location in the Highlands and in West Washington Park.
According to Westword, Open owner Jake Riederer and his wife, Cecelia Jones, plan to open a market with a deli counter in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood.
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