By Jennifer McRae

DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado’s restaurant scene was bustling over the Labor Day holiday weekend. For the first time since March 8, the rate of people dining at restaurants was up.

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According to Open Table, the online reservation system, there was an 11% increase of diners in Denver on Saturday and an even larger jump statewide, up more than 32%.

That’s the first recorded increase of people dining out since March 1.

Jennifer McRae


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