CRISPY CHICKEN NEWS: Havana Street has a new Korean fried chicken restaurant in Angry Chicken. The Korea-based, fast-casual franchise is now serving its signature rice-flour fried chicken, with multiple meat, sauce, and seasoning options, at 1930 South Havana Street. First called Ssal (rice) Chicken, the business is well-known in Korea and already has a few U.S. locations, Westword reports. Chicken meals come with side dishes such as Chex Mix, corn salad, coleslaw, and diced daikon. [Westword]
LA LOMA NEWS: By the owners of La Loma, a new Southwest-leaning restaurant has opened in Lone Tree. Sierra is a departure from the downtown Tex-Mex restaurant, however, 5280 writes. It serves American dishes with a regional Southwestern bent — beer-marinated shrimp, West Texas spaghetti, green chile, and chocolate sheet cake, among them. Find lunch and dinner menus, a full bar, and an outdoor patio at 10680 Cabela Drive. 
DIVE BAR NEWS: The 63-year-old Wash Park bar Kentucky Inn has reopened after a five-month remodel at 890 South Pearl Street, according to Westword. Kentucky Inn closed in July for renovations that included a good scrubbing, an expanded dining room with billiards, and a new kitchen. Find burgers, pimento cheese, and a smothered-in-gravy turkey sandwich on the new menu. [Westword]
NATIONAL STEAKHOUSE NEWS: Ruth’s Chris officially opened Monday in the Tech Center at Belleview Station. The 50-year-old, New Orleans-based steakhouse joins Ambli, Los Chingones, Corvus Coffee, and more local tenants.
LOS CHINGONES NEWS: The fourth and largest location yet of restaurateur Troy Guard’s Mexican joint Los Chingones is one to watch in 2018. The Denver favorite is slated to open in Colorado Mills by late spring, occupying more than 5,000 square feet inside the Lakewood mall, with a 1000-square-foot outdoor patio.