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Snowtober Restaurant Tracker: What Spots Are Closed (and Open) During The Storm-Wednesday Update

An updated list of where brave diners can (and can’t) eat

A photo of a lone maple leaf set against white snow. Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images

After the latest in a series of seriously early fall snow storms dumped around six inches of snow in Denver (that's the city’s largest October storm since 2011 for those keeping track), things are starting to return to normalcy in the Mile High City, at least where Denver’s restaurants are concerned.

Although schools across the metro area are closed today, it appears that most restaurants will be open. Eater has so far only located one dining establishment (the donut shop Glazed & Confuzed) that has announced it is keeping its locations closed on Wednesday. That’s likely to be welcome news for Denver diners who faced far fewer options yesterday (although those who do venture out will still be met with single digit wind chills).

Still, Eater will continue to keep an eye out for any additional closures that may be announced throughout the day in order to add them to this list.

Restaurants that are confirmed closed on Wednesday, October 30:

  • Glazed and Confuzed (both locations)

Restaurants that closed or closed early on Tuesday, October 29:

  • Osaka Ramen
  • Daughter Thai Kitchen and Bar
  • Machete Tacos + Tequila (all three locations)
  • The Blue Bonnet
  • Sushi-Rama (all four locations)
  • 12@Madison
  • Racine’s (closing at 2 p.m.)
  • Thai Pot Cafe
  • Denver Watering Bowl
  • Taste of Thailand
  • Yampa Sandwich Company (Tech Center location closed all day; LoDo and Glenarm locations closing at 1:30 p.m.)
  • Link Coffee Bar
  • Factotum Brewhouse (closing at 8 p.m.; beers will be buy-one-get-one-free before then)
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Cafe (closing at 4 p.m.)
  • Bonnie Brae Ice Cream
  • Rails End Beer Company Taproom in Broomfield

Restaurants that were confirmed open on Tuesday, Oct. 29: