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Chipotle May Join Denver’s Pilot Program for Affordable Housing

Fast food workers may have a chance to find housing Plagued by a seemingly unending wave of bad publicity ranging from eColli outbreaks to massive data breaches and serious sales slumps, Colorado fast-casual pioneer Chipotle MexicanShow More Summary

El Five Fills Tapas Gap in Denver’s Dining Scene

Justin Cucci definitely has the magic restaurant touch Restaurateur Justin Cucci can transform eclectic spaces in Denver into creative culinary experiences. Backed by fourteen years of experience at New York’s Ye Waverly Inn, Cucci is...Show More Summary

Denver’s Best Tourist-Friendly Restaurants

Yes, there will be Rocky Mountain oysters Between stops at the Denver Art Museum and Red Rocks Amphitheater, it can be hard to make every meal count on a whirlwind visit to the Mile High City. This guide is here to help, with tourist-friendly...Show More Summary

Tupelo Honey's Blackberry Habanero Ribs: Get 'Em While They're Hot

This seasonal dish won't be around long so go while you can. Tupelo Honey is all about updating the classics. All the Southern staples are there: martinis at lunch, fresh flowers on the wooden tables every day, fried green tomatoes, and impressive hospitality. The blackberry habanero ribs are no exception. Show More Summary

Winners and Revelers at the Denver Burger Battle

The eighth annual feast was one for the books It was all about the classic burger for a panel of judges and the popular vote in the eight annual Denver Burger Battle. The Stanley Beer Hall and Stoic & Genuine respectively were crowned...Show More Summary

Stella’s Shutters Behind Union Station

The ambitious venture opened in late January An ambitious market-meets-restaurant venture in the growing area behind Union Station, Stella’s (1550 Wewatta Street) is no more, as Westword reported. The business, owned by Brian and Stella...Show More Summary

Latin American-Influenced Candela and Italian Palizo Open Their Doors

Out with the old: Two new restaurants arrive in LoHi and South Pearl A heavy “Hot” sign continues to hang above the kitchen, as the eatery at 1691 Central Street has transitioned from Central Bistro & Bar to the newly opened CandelaShow More Summary

Stunningly Hot Sundays Unfold at El Five

The LoHi spot attracts industry folks on Sunday evenings El Five is a little sneaky. The good kind of sneaky though. It sits high in an office building in LoHi. You wouldn't guess there is a restaurant there, let alone one that draws...Show More Summary

Annette and Denver Central Market Make Bon Appetit’s Top 50 List

And Suffolk Arms wins bar throw-down Chef Caroline Glover’s first restaurant, Annete, and the RiNo Denver Central Market scored spots on Bon Appetit’s long list of the 50 best new restaurants of America in 2017. Annette also received a glowing review from 5280 Magazine this month. Show More Summary

Ultimate Guide to Dining in Cherry Creek

There's a bit of a dining renaissance going on in this posh neighborhood. For a while, the posh area set between University and Colorado boulevards and 1st and 6th avenues, seemed to be in a dining rut with chains joining the scene at a fast pace. Show More Summary

Señor Bear Hits Its Stride in the Highland

What online reviewers say about the Latin-inspired hit Señor Bear, a Latin-inspired restaurant, recently opened for dinner service in LoHi. Along with chefs Blake Edmunds and Max MacKissock, partners Juan and Katie Padró reinvented the former Jezebel space with Latin American colors and flavors. Show More Summary

Crazy Mountain Expands with Winter Park Saloon

Custom-created sausages to pair with the beers will be a highlight In November, before ski season kicks off in Winter Park, the popular little town will add Crazy Mountain Saloon to its dining and drinking lineup. A new venture fromShow More Summary

The Hot Dish: Olive and Finch’s Generous Steak Plate

This bistro filet comes packed with flavor. When Olive and Finch chef-owner Mary Nguyen was starting to think about opening a second location, she had some very specific menu ideas. "I instantly knew that I wanted to have a steak onShow More Summary

Wash Park Panic: Uncle Plans Second Ramen Location

The space will be double the size of the original Tommy Lee, the restaurateur behind the popular Uncle and Hop Alley, is finally pulling the plug on a second location of his five year old ramen shop. Twice the size of the original at 2,800 square feet, Uncle 2.0 will be located in West Wash Park on the corner of Pennsylvania and Bayaud. Show More Summary

John Tesar’s Denver Project Element Kitchen & Cocktail Opened on Broadway

The Texas chef put his mark on the sports bar At the end of July, Element Kitchen & Cocktail, an eatery and bar conceived with help from celebrity chef John Tesar, opened its doors at 1134 Broadway. This first Denver restaurant fromShow More Summary

Fast-Casual Pies Is Spreading in Denver

And a classic is returning to its original name Watch out Pizzeria Locale Denver, there’s a new fast-casual pizza joint in town. The California-based Pieology Pizzeria is cooking up its first Denver location at 1147 Broadway next to the curiously named Zeps Epiq Sandwiches and BurgerFi. Show More Summary

Bars Clamor for Guests with Yoga, Bingo, Drunken Spelling Bee

Watering holes around town tap Denver’s taste for fun There was a time when going out to the bar meant bellying up for a cold Coors Light and … not much else. Thankfully, the Denver dining has evolved enormously in the past several years, and that includes the drinking scene. Show More Summary

The Boulangerie Starts Serving on Pearl Street Saturday

A small but thoughtful breakfast and lunch menu plus breads and pastries Following the closure of Old South Pearl Street’s Pajama Baking Co. in June, Steven Roland tidied the space up and took over with the Boulangerie, a new European-style...Show More Summary

Where to Drink and Dine in Vail

Summer is a great time to visit the world-class mountain town The end of ski season is in sight but visitors to Vail are not slowing down and continue to pour in to what is a world class year-round resort town. A pedestrian friendlyShow More Summary

The Craftsman Now Dishes Comfort Food, Beers, and Whiskeys

Edwards just got cooler with this new spot The Craftsman, a new restaurant and beer palace, is now open in the mountain town of Edwards, very close to Vail, in a space that used to house Taco Rico (56 Edwards Village Blvd). Created by...Show More Summary

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