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Shake Shack’s First Denver Location Revealed

The cat is out of the RiNo bag! Last week, New York City burger sensation Shake Shack sent Denver into a frenzy when it revealed that it is finally bringing its crinkle fries (and so much more) to the Mile High City. At that point, the exact location remained undisclosed with RiNo being described as the neighborhood. Show More Summary

Chef Brother Luck Plans IV in Colorado Springs

It will open in the spring Just down the road from Denver, Colorado Springs will count IV by Brother Luck, among its new restaurants this spring. Set at 321 N. Tejon Street, the upcoming venue is the creation of chef Brother Luck, who...Show More Summary

The Post Chicken & Beer Has Hatched in Denver

Fried chicken is here! Few things go better than fried chicken and a cold beer, which was the idea that restaurateur David Query had when he created the Post with its original side-kick Good Bird Kitchen. The spin-off, Post Chicken &...Show More Summary

Colorado Lawmaker Says "Each Individual Has To Be the Arbiter" of Fake News

If the left and right are ever going to agree on ground rules for stopping the spread of fake news, both sides will have to wear gloves and nose clips to endure the rot and stench of some awful Facebook "news"--while we focus on eliminating...Show More Summary

Inauguration Beer Tapping Revealed at Black Shirt Brewing

"Love at all cost" is coming to the RiNo brewhouse On January 20, before the President Elect swears on the two bibles he has committed to swearing on in Washington DC, back in RiNo, Black Shirt Brewing is letting drinkers enjoy a special beer. Show More Summary

Fake News on In-N-Out Burger Creates Chaos

Just settle for Shake Shack for now The fake news epidemic has struck the food world once again. Word that In-N-Out Burger will come to Denver spread like a wild fire at the height of the drought yesterday after a tweet shared on a local blog suggested an official position that such a development was the case. Show More Summary

Music and Barbecue Spot Globe Hall Changes Hands

Founder Jeff Cornelius promises that things will stay the same What started as a labor of love for owner Jeff Cornelius became a community spot for the quickly gentrifying Globeville area and changes are on the horizon. Starting on February 1, Globe Hall is getting a new owner. Show More Summary

Former Lawmaker Refuses to Delete Fake News Alleging "Assassination of Scalia" by Clintons

At the end of last year, in an investigation of the Facebook pages of Colorado state legislators, I revealed that then State Rep. Gordon Klingenschmitt (R-Colorado Springs) posted a fake-news item claiming that Wikileaks documents proved...Show More Summary

Republican County Leader Suggests Castrating Transgender People Who Use Women's Bathroom

Saguache County, Colorado, Republican Chair Richard Drake apparently shared a Facebook meme last week depicting a castration device with the statement, "Make'em think twice  before entering the ladies room. Share if you know what these...Show More Summary

Sage Hospitality Starts 2017 with New DTC Concept

Suburban Marriott preparing for ale house Pint Brothers Alehouse, a new restaurant concept, will open at the Marriott Denver Tech Center Hotel – 4900 S. Syracuse Street. After a year of extensive, multi-million dollar renovations, the Marriott DTC has been transformed to appeal to modern travelers. Show More Summary

Congressman Sets Example by Deleting Fake News Tweet

Conservative Colorado activist Kelly Maher tweeted Wednesday that I should launch "57 tweets" at U.S. Rep. Jared Polis because he tweeted information from a Buzzfeed article with unsubstantiated allegations against Trump. In other words,...Show More Summary

Nine Restaurants That Will Open by the End of January

The rest of the month will be full of openings New restaurants are ready to charge in Denver in 2017 and many are not wasting any time. By the end of the month, several eateries will launch into the dining scene. Here's what to lookShow More Summary

Mile High Hamburger Mary's Aesthetic Charms All, Service Divides Diners

See what the online community has to say about the new Uptown, gay-friendly sports bar A New Niche: In an recent feature, Dining Out praises Denver's new gay-friendly and charmingly campy 17th Avenue restaurant. Filling a "much-needed niche" in Denver's food scene, Mile High Hamburger Mary's pops with color and quirk inside and out. Show More Summary

Pro-choice Activists Call on Gardner to Reject "Horrifically Anti-Woman" Nominee

NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado called on Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner Monday to oppose the confirmation of anti-choice U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, who is Trump's nominee for attorney general. Sessions "couldn't be more at odds with Colorado'sShow More Summary

Grains Steal the Spotlight in 2017

Riding the gluten-free wave, delightfully diverse grain bowls appear on multiple menus throughout Denver Moving up in the culinary world from health-food fallback to centerstage staple, the grain bowl has made a big, bow-ld appearance at area restaurants, from grab-and-go quick serve spots to trendy eateries. Show More Summary

Fifteen Year Old Restaurant Shutters in Wheat Ridge

There’s one less eatery for this town Vincenza’s Italian Restaurant and Bakery closed up shop after 15 years of service, the Denver Post reported. The family-owned restaurant brought to the neighborhood not just red sauce, pastas, and baguettes, but also a home away from home. Owner Gregory Allan led the eatery for the last 13 years. Show More Summary

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