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Intimate Italian Eatery Delights Denver in Its First Days

Homey Tavernetta successfully blends old and new, showing Denver how Italians eat Nearly a decade after the award-winning partners — Master Sommelier Bobby Stuckey and Chef Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson — launched Frasca Food & Wine in Boulder, they came up with the idea for Tavernetta, a project three years in the making. Show More Summary

First Vegan Restaurant in Fort Collins Raises Money, Reopens After Shutter

The Gold Leaf Collective is back with a new menu and format Fort Collins’ first all-vegan restaurant reopened Monday, a week after closing its doors due to lack of funds and unforeseen operating costs. In order to reopen, The Gold Leaf...Show More Summary

The Bindery Arrives in Less Than One Month

A market, bakery and “elevated fine dining” coming soon The combination eatery, market, bakery and catering artisanal concept The Bindery keeps its promise of an early October debut in LoHi. Already the market and restaurant startedShow More Summary

Element Kitchen & Cocktail at the Top of Broadway’s Sports Bar Game

The Cap Hill restaurant impresses diners Broadway bustles with restaurants and bars that claim they’re the perfect spot to watch the upcoming Broncos season. Element Kitchen & Cocktail, helmed by Top Chef alum John Tesar, aims to fill the gap in between farm-to-table fare and lively sports bars, in addition to hosting fans this season. Show More Summary

Rosenberg’s Kosher Brings More Than 40 Years of Combined Experience

Even more deli favorites at the former home of The Bagel Store Rosenberg’s Kosher Address: 942 S. Monaco Pkwy. Phone: 303-388-2648 Status: Open daily from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., staying open later to 4 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Two local...Show More Summary

Trestles Coastal Cuisine To Wash into Castle Rock

A taste of California is close to a debut Castle Rock’s Village at Castle Pines retail center gets ready for a seafood switcheroo. Earlier this year, A Taste of Mexico shuttered its raised, corner location after 18 years at 880 W. Happy Canyon Road. Show More Summary

Aloha! Ohana Grille — Hawaiian Fusion Eatery Now Days From Debut

Chicken katsu, loco moco and more Catch some “Aloha Spirit” in just a few days, as the Sloan’s Lakefront Market in Edgewater turns into a Ninth Island oasis at the Ohana Grille food truck’s first bricks-and-mortar home. Aiming for an announced Oct. Show More Summary

The Constellation To Zoom Over Stapleton This Fall

Cool concept and cool products, now back on track Some very good news for fans of LoHi’s Little Man Ice Cream creations and admirers of vintage-style roadside Americana; The Constellation ice cream shop veers back on track at Stapleton’s Eastbridge Town Center, paying homage to the airport and the Pan Am-era of travel. Show More Summary

Woman Files Lawsuit Against Starbucks for Burns from Hot Tea Scalding

The lawsuit claims the woman needed skin grafts, and the spilled hot tea killed her dog An incident from 2015 where a woman found herself scalded with hot tea served from a Denver Starbucks landed in U.S. District Court on Wednesday....Show More Summary

Tavernetta Opens Today Delivering Italian Culture and Cuisine

The wait is finally over as the Frasca team descends on Denver As the trains charge past, taking passengers to and fro, the heat of the action is in fact occurring across from the Denver Union Station platform now that Bobby StuckeyShow More Summary

‘No Compromises’ When Bamboo Sushi Moves This Fall

The sushi restaurant sets an arrival timetable Once expected for the fall of 2016, Portland-based Bamboo Sushi finally gets close to moving on from its “collective eatery” LoHi neighbors at Avanti F & B and into its very own bricks-and-mortar...Show More Summary

Q House To Offer Modern Spin on Chinese Food on East Colfax

A forgotten block to jump back to life Two new projects will spruce up a very plain stretch of East Colfax over the new few months. Tom Secrist, treasurer and secretary of the Bluebird Business Improvement District is leading by example, tearing down and overhauling the structure at 3421 E. Show More Summary

Motomaki Back on Track at Downtown’s Denver Pavilions

The third Colorado location for sushi burritos and bowls First announced a year ago and even posting hiring notices a few months later, the arrival of Motomaki downtown has taken a little longer than anticipated. But finally headed to...Show More Summary

A Boulder Bagel Hit Rolls to Denver Soon

The restaurant only debuted in April They only just debuted back in April, but David Bowen's WoodGrain Bagels already has ambitions for multiple Denver locations, with one site prepped and ready for new construction. Described as a hand-pulled...Show More Summary

Cheerleading Controversy Caught On Camera

A Denver high school is at the center of a child abuse investigation following the release of this disturbing video at a cheerleading practice.

Video Shows High School Cheerleader Crying As Coach Forces Her Into Splits

“I can’t! Please stop! Please stop!” the girl repeatedly cries out as a man pushes her down.

How One Man's Quest To Save His Magnets Became A Massive Regulatory Battle

Shihan Qu says his powerful magnet balls inspire a sense of "childhood wonder" in adults. But the feds say they're too dangerous to be on the market.

The Best Cities For Remote Workers, Based On Cost, Community And Overall Livability

According to a 2015 poll, Colorado actually had the highest percentage of full-time telecommuters in the entire United States

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