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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

The Hungover Holiday Brunch Guide

Where to cure the weekend beast when coffee just won’t cut it We’ve all been there. Sunday morning (or late afternoon), waking up with the worst hunger pangs, a headache, and the need for some hair of the dog. With an impressive beer,...Show More Summary

The Best Denver Meals Local Dining Pros Ate in 2017

Time to try out the menus at these 13 restaurants 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 favorite meals of 2017. Linnea Covington,...Show More Summary

Food Writers Share Their Favorite Newcomers of 2017

What were the year’s best debuts? 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 top restaurant newcomers for 2017. Linnea Covington, freelance writer, Westword El Five is definitely on that list! But I also love Urban Farmer's whole program. Show More Summary

The Definitive List of Denver’s 17 Most Iconic Dishes

Which slurps, nibbles, and jam-packed plates define the Mile High City? America is a melting pot of culinary inspirations and global flavors, with recipes emerging from grandmothers’ home kitchens and passed down through the generations all the way to world-renowned chefs producing masterpieces in destination restaurants. Show More Summary

Tatarian Is Now Pouring Nature-Inspired Cocktails in Berkeley

The owners of Arvada Tavern and Union Lodge No. 1 have opened their newest neighborhood bar Tatarian, the latest cocktail bar by the owners of Arvada Tavern and Union Lodge No. 1, opened Tuesday on Berkeley’s Tennyson Street. The nature-inspired neighborhood spot is helmed by Josh Sevy, a former Tavern barman. Show More Summary

Denver Dining Experts Share Their Top Restaurant Standbys of 2017

Where local food writers found themselves again and again 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 go-to Denver restaurants ofShow More Summary

Kevin Taylor’s Latest Restaurant Will Open Downtown in 2018

Mila will be a sprawling Mediterranean restaurant at the base of the Denver Place building Longtime Denver restaurateur Kevin Taylor will open his latest concept downtown in 2018. After branching out to Broomfield last summer with Hickory...Show More Summary

Comal’s Ethiopian Coffee Service is Worth a Trip

Take a break at the RiNo food incubator Thursdays for this traditional treat Growing up in the birthplace of coffee, Sara Gebre had to learn to make a proper cup at a young age. By the time she was 9, Gebre was regularly preparing traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremonies with her mother for their family and friends. Show More Summary

Arugula Departs Boulder’s Dining Scene After Nine Years

Plus more shutters and shifts about town RESTAURANT BUBBLE NEWS: Chef-proprietor Alex Schuler announced he will be shutting down his nine-year-old Italian eatery Arugula at 2785 Iris Avenue in Boulder. When the restaurant’s lease expires...Show More Summary

The Ultimate Denver Cookie Guide

Chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, or peanut butter; whatever your favorite, we have a list When it comes to cookies, everybody has opinions. So what qualifies as the best? There are the crunch lovers and the soft chewy fans, the ones who...Show More Summary

Tatarian Will Pour Tree-Themed Cocktails Starting Tuesday on Tennyson

By the owners of Arvada Tavern and Union Lodge No. 1 comes a new nature-inspired bar Christmas comes late this year on Berkeley’s Tennyson Street, where a highly specialized cocktail bar run by highly regarded Denver bar operators is opening Tuesday, December 26. Show More Summary

Look Inside Oskar Blues’ LoDo Restaurant, Bar, and Music Venue

The two-story space underwent a massive, rock-themed renovation Downtown Denver’s first Oskar Blues location is preparing for its grand opening in January after a $2.5 million renovation on a 130-year-old building at Market and 16th Streets. Oskar Blues Grill & Brew is a restaurant, full bar, and music venue in-one. Show More Summary

Denver’s 16 Essential Chinese Restaurants

Varying regions and cuisines are covered throughout the Mile High City Come December 25, more than a handful of Denver diners will be heading to Chinese restaurants around town to celebrate. Whether with heaps of peppery noodles, plates...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Dumpling Darling Makes a Play for Denver

Luscious Dumplings will open Zh? in Aurora in 2018 A longtime Los Angeles institution is bringing hand-rolled Chinese dumplings to Denver in 2018. By the owners of Luscious Dumplings, Zh? (pronounced tchoo and translated to pig or pork) will open at 9655 East Montview Boulevard in Aurora by late summer. Show More Summary

New Korean Fried Chicken Joint Now Open on Havana Street

Plus four more Denver restaurant openings to know today CRISPY CHICKEN NEWS: Havana Street has a new Korean fried chicken restaurant in Angry Chicken. The Korea-based, fast-casual franchise is now serving its signature rice-flour fried chicken, with multiple meat, sauce, and seasoning options, at 1930 South Havana Street. Show More Summary

From Christmas Eve to 2018, the Guide to Holiday Food and Drink

Christmas dinners, New Year’s meals, cozy winter restaurants, seasonal festivities, gift ideas, and more Is it time to clock out and binge on cookies yet? Whether we’re dunking them into a wholesome eggnog or a spiced holiday punch,Show More Summary

The Ultimate Guide to Dining Around Denver on New Year’s Eve

Dine out at one of these 18 restaurants before hitting the town to ring in 2018 New Year’s Eve isn’t a sprint; it’s a marathon. For some restaurants and patrons, the celebration starts early with rowdy brunch meals and mild daytime debauchery. Show More Summary

Denver’s Dining Scene Hits Refresh With Annette

How a 10-month-old eatery at Stanley Marketplace is changing ‘the neighborhood restaurant’ in more ways than one The first time Caroline Glover stepped into the space that would soon become her award-winning restaurant, Annette, she wasn’t convinced. Show More Summary

Denver’s Essential Restaurant Fireplaces

Where to warm up this holiday season Sunshine doesn’t discriminate seasonally here in the Centennial State, so Coloradans are often found with tan lines and clothing layers 12 months a year. Now closing in on the New Year and wondering...Show More Summary

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