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A Burrito’s Guide to Denver

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there’s really no bad time to devour one Ah, January. It’s the season for diets and cleanses and somehow also the time for big and unabashed burritos — warmed, melted, grilled, smothered, breakfast, snack, or otherwise packaged. Originally from Mexico, burritos have finally become an American staple. Show More Summary

Dressed as a Neighborhood Haunt, The Wolf’s Tailor Also Will Be a Food Destination

It’s slated to open in Sunnyside in April Like the wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing, a few things are not what they seem at chef Kelly Whitaker’s forthcoming restaurant. Located at 4058 Tejon Street, The Wolf’s Tailor will be a neighborhood place, complete with a 1,200-square-foot backyard for enjoying snacks and drinks. Show More Summary

Just-Opened Menya Hits Three Food Crazes

The restaurant combines ramen, poke, and an upstairs izakaya Menya is the latest opening to join in Denver’s ramen, poke, and izakaya obsessions. This new two-floor restaurant at 600 East Colfax — formerly Los Tacos — offers all-weather options, serving a menu split between ramen and DIY poke bowls, as well as a handful of small plates. Show More Summary

Denver’s Essential French Restaurants

The bistros, the brasseries, and the bakeries with the finest fare Full fat, heavy cream, herbaceous, saucy, meaty, and flavor-filled. These are the words of true food romance, and of French cuisine. Since the 18th Century, France has been synonymous with fine food, thanks to staples from crunchy baguette to comforting beef bourguignon. Show More Summary

Birdcall Flops Into the Future of Fast Food

See the rundown on three recent reviews of local restaurants Birdcall The restaurant’s reimagined, kiosk-dominated take on a fast-casual spot should feel like the wave of the future, but Westword critic Gretchen Kurtz says Birdcall forfeits personality in the name of efficiency. Show More Summary

Crazy Mountain Brewing Departs Edwards

But the brewery will return to the Vail Valley in a new space this summer An 8-year-old Colorado brewery has outgrown its original Edwards location and closed suddenly with plans to relocate by late summer. Crazy Mountain Brewing Company,...Show More Summary

Alamo Drafthouse Will Open This Year in Downtown Westminster

Plus more fun food and drink news to know today REVITALIZATION NEWS: Downtown Westminster is starting to take shape at the former mall location, where an Alamo Drafthouse is among the first of the new businesses slated to open starting this year. Show More Summary

Denver’s Most Anticipated 2018 Restaurant Openings

Check out these 28 newcomers to the dining and drinking scene Just over a week into the new year, we’re counting nearly 30 bars, restaurants, market halls, and food-focused hotels to look forward to in the coming months around Denver. Show More Summary

Where to Find the Best Steaks Around Denver

Because nothing says cowtown celebration like a juicy cut of meat The 112th National Western Stock Show and Rodeo kicked off over the weekend and continues through Sunday, January 21 in Denver. What better reason (along with New Year's resolutions) to go out for a juicy, perfectly cooked steak dinner. Show More Summary

Chowder Room Will Close on South Broadway

The 3-year-old restaurant’s owners are moving out of state Diners still have time to get to the Chowder Room for one last seafood dinner before the restaurant closes on January 20. Owners Matt and Carrie Stein announced late last week that their 3-year-old South Broadway business is closing, but not for reasons worried patrons might think. Show More Summary

Platform T Closes Two Shops in Baker and Glendale

Once anticipated to be a growing tea empire, the business has now unexpectedly shuttered Two years ago, Denver-based entrepreneurs Jeremy Law and David Wilkins were planning on growing a tea empire with 30 shops around Colorado and the country. Show More Summary

Denver’s Most Beautiful New Restaurants

Look inside these 17 design standouts from the last year Steakhouses. Sweets shops. Pizza parlors. Second takes. Transplants. And fifth floor penthouses. These are just a sampling of the new additions to the Denver dining scene over the last year. Show More Summary

Tour Fort Collins’ Destination Hotel, Restaurant, and Bars

The new Elizabeth steps up Northern Colorado’s dining and drinking game It’s no surprise that Sage Hospitality’s first Fort Collins venture, The Elizabeth Hotel, is a game-changer for Northern Colorado. The first hotel to open downtown...Show More Summary

Where to Find Denver’s Finest Fried Chicken

Head to these 12 spots for finger-lickin’ food Southern fare is on the rise in Denver. From Lowcountry to soul, Creole, and Cajun, more eateries are providing specialty and regional options. But the most widespread of this southern fare...Show More Summary

Denver’s Classic Broker Restaurant Has Closed

Plus more closures and an opening to know today END OF AN ERA NEWS: A classic Denver steakhouse is officially closed at 821 17th Street. The Broker Restaurant served its final New Year’s Eve dinner Sunday after 45 years inside the old Denver National Bank building. Show More Summary

Denver Restaurant Pros Predict 2018 Headlines

From “Frasca Food and Wine Announces Cookbook” to “More Restaurants Than Residents” As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they divine the coming...Show More Summary

Friends of Eater Describe the 2017 Denver Dining Scene in One Word

And it’s not “gentrifying” As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they attempt to boil down the last year in Denver restaurants to one single word. Linnea Covington, freelance writer, Westword “Booming.” Gigi Sukin, editor, CoBiz “New American. Show More Summary

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2017

Food writers lament the ones that were lost As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they share the hardest 2017 goodbyes. Gigi Sukin, editor, CoBiz The...Show More Summary

What Annoyed Denver’s Restaurant Experts in 2017

Looking back on the inconsistent, underwhelming, and meh moments of the year As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they share their list of 2017...Show More Summary

Professional Diners Discuss the Biggest Surprises of 2017

Some pleasant, others unfortunate As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they share the most unexpected developments of 2017. Linnea Covington, freelance writer, Westword All the sushi places that keep popping up. Show More Summary

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