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Cherry Creek Indian Restaurant Closes After 22 Years

But fans can still pick up dishes at a fast-casual location

Bombay Clay Oven
Bombay Clay Oven
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Bombay Clay Oven, the 22-year-old restaurant in Cherry Creek, closed after 22 years. Owners Rohini and Marshall Miranda moved the restaurant in 1997, four years after originally opening in Highlands Ranch. Westword reports that the Mirandas cited construction in the neighborhood and limited as the reason they closed the restaurant.

But all is not lost. On the restaurant’s website, the Mirandas write:

“Thank you all for 22 wonderful years of support and memories. After 22 years in Cherry Creek North, we have closed our restaurant in Cherry Creek. You may still order our delicious food for delivery online through Doordash, Postmates, Ubereats, or Grubhub. You may also order catering or pickup (to be picked up at Saucy Bombay, our fast casual restaurant located at 2616 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, 80206).”

Saucy Bombay originally opened in 2010 in a food court, then moved to East Colfax Avenue in 2017.

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Saucy Bombay

2616 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206 Visit Website

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