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Larkburger Shows Community Love with February Event

#Larburgerlove is coming your way Ringing in the month of Valentine's Day and celebrating Denver's love of burgers (if there was any doubt, the excitement around the Shake Shack news dispelled that), Colorado grown chain Larkburger is...Show More Summary

No More Booze at Starbucks

Several Colorado locations had obtained liquor licenses and served wine and beer As of today, January 11, some 400 Starbucks locations that served beer and wine across the country have ditched the booze, as the Seattle Times first reported. Show More Summary

Farm to Table Mexican Spot El Jefe Rolls into Sunnyside

The Lucky Pie team switched gears with this concept Cobbler’s Corner just got cooler with the addition of El Jefe, a farm-to-table modern Mexican cantina brainchild of Brendan McManus and James Samara of Lucky Pie. The restaurant isShow More Summary

Everybody Panic: Shake Shack Is Bringing its Burgers and Fries to Denver

The first location will be in RiNo Danny Meyer's NYC-based blockbuster burger chain is finally making the move to Denver. Shake Shack is trekking to the Mile High City in late 2017 and its location will be in the RiNo Art District. This...Show More Summary

State Legislator Sets Good Example by Deleting Fake News From Her Facebook Page

Outgoing State Rep. Kit Roupe (R-Colorado Springs) has cleansed a false "public service announcement" from her Facebook page. In May, Roupe shared the fake-news item, which falsely claimed that the "trend of wearing pants below yourShow More Summary

Pussy Riot Beer Rings in the Presidential Inauguration

A donation from each beer will be made to One Colorado Berkeley's Goldspot Brewing Company will celebrate its second anniversary in February, but this month, the dynamic business is practicing political activism through beer. On Friday,...Show More Summary

DRAM Apothecary Buys Farm Near Salida

A bed and breakfast will be part of the coming attraction Last year, DRAM Apothecary, a popular local bitter maker, closed its sister venture Bread Bar in Silver Plume and promised that a new endeavor was in the works. Owner Shae Whitney...Show More Summary

Oldest Italian Restaurant in Colorado Shutters

The Blue Parrot will close its doors in Louisville For 98 years, the Blue Parrot served its Italian fare and famous spaghetti sauce to guests who visited the Louisville Italian eatery located at 640 Main Street. And now it's time to say good-bye, 9News reported. Show More Summary

Coperta Parts Ways with Chef Bob Blair, Adds Breakfast and Lunch Walk-Up Counter

Menu modifications and Bob Blair’s departure from the Uptown eatery One of the most popular additions to the restaurant scene in 2016, siblings Paul and Aileen Reilly’s Coperta, has lost some of its most potent back-of-the-house talent, chef Bob Blair. Show More Summary

Tom Coohill Launches New Chefware Line

The LoDo restaurant is not just about the guests Chef Tom Coohill of Coohills in LoDo has gotten out of this five year old kitchen to create a chef coat that addresses the wants and needs of today's culinary world. The French-trained...Show More Summary

Yard Bird Replaces Black Pearl (and Gaia Bistro)

There’s fried chicken and pot pies! At the end of 2016, Gaia Bistro closed its doors, pushed out by the growth and development on Old South Pearl. When the news first came out that a closure of the casual spot was inevitable, owner Patrick Mangold-White promised that he'd find another location for the eatery. Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood Will 'Fight Like Hell' To Stop Republican Health Care Cuts

The director of Planned Parenthood in Colorado said yesterday her organization will "fight like hell" against plans by Republicans to de-fund Planned Parenthood. "Defunding Planned Parenthood is bad for the people of Colorado, New Mexico,...Show More Summary

Shuttered Cherry Cricket Launches Community Food Drive

Bring canned beans to the iconic Cherry Creek spot Denver’s iconic burger joint, Cherry Cricket, closed its doors temporarily due to a fire before Thanksgiving, but the staff still wants to roll up its sleeves and contribute time, energy, and goods to the community. On Wednesday, January 11 from 8 a.m. Show More Summary

State Senator Declines to Sign Fake News Pledge, Saying Term Fake News "Smacks of a New Censorship"

You'd think twice about signing some pledges, if you're a politician. But a pledge not to spread fake news, if it's found to be false by "Snopes, Politifact,, or by a respected news outlet?"  And to remove such falsehoods...Show More Summary

The Nine Saddest Closings of 2016

The year is gone but we need to remember these places one more time In reverse order from number nine to number one 9. Pete’s Café, closed in March Pete Gatseos took the opportunity to close up shop and enter a well-deserved retirement from the 44 year old dive on East Colfax. Show More Summary

What to Expect From Upcoming Steakhouse Urban Farmer

A sneak peek into the design and food If you love Departure, the Sage Restaurant Group venture that opened in Cherry Creek this summer, it is hard not to be excited for Urban Farmer. The upcoming modern steakhouse announced yesterday...Show More Summary

Chef Steve Redzikowski's Culinary Olympics Are Engaging His Chefs

This is the terrine that reigned supreme, created by a team from Oak at Fourteenth In the midst of the holiday rush, chef Steve Redzikowski fired an email to his chefs de cuisine and sous chefs from Oak at Fourteenth, Acorn, and Brider, announcing the second annual culinary olympics. Show More Summary

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