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Hinman’s Bakery Opens to the Public

Breakfast and lunch sandwiches - and pie On Pi Day, John Hinman, the mastermind behind Hinman’s Bakery, finally opened a retail outlet at his previously wholesale-only business located at 4850 E 39th Ave on the edge of the Park Hill neighborhood. The bakery launched with what Hinman calls a revolving menu of items for breakfast and lunch. Show More Summary

Berkeley’s Cafe 44 Calls It Quits

It will shutter at the end of the month After 12 years serving the Berkeley area, Cafe 44, located at 3565 West 44th Avenue (44th and Lowell), is closing its doors. The shop, which was previously Taza de Cafe (owned by the same family)...Show More Summary

Where to Eat on and Around Platte Street

There is a little bit of everything on this one street Over only a few blocks, Platte Street offers some of the best dining and a diversity of cuisines and options that is hard to mimic in any other part of the Mile High City. ThereShow More Summary

San Francisco's Award-Winning Trick Dog Returns for Williams & Graham Takeover

For four nights, all the rules change at the LoHi speakeasy This coming weekend, the team from Williams & Graham will pack its bags and take off for its annual family-staff trip abroad, a tradition for the team led by barman and owner Sean Kenyon. "Every year at Williams & Graham we take a family vacation. Show More Summary

Drive Through Salad Spot Mad Greens Now Open

Cause ordering from your car shouldn’t mean junk food Homegrown salad centric MAD Greens has made a name for itself with made-to-order customizable salads, scratch made dressings, healthy kids meals, nutritious juices, and hearty paninis. Show More Summary

Speakeasy and Art Gallery Comes to RiNo

Art and the art of the speakeasy are what's on deck for Walnut Street Millers and Rossi, a venue that will open in RiNo at 3542 Walnut Street, is part art gallery, celebrating all things Colorado, from fine art to photography and sculpture by local artists, part 1920s-style speakeasy. Show More Summary

Birdcall’s Second Location Will Feature a Drive Through

This company tries to reinvent food that you can get -fast With a few weeks until the opening of the first location, Birdcall, is already furiously working on the second one. All about the fried chicken and fried chicken sandwiches,Show More Summary

Hot Dish Alert: Camarones at Coco at Cuba Cuba

How one dish can keep the kitchen busy every night of the week Chef Carlos Nava began working at Cuba Cuba 14 years ago, as a dishwasher. He worked his way up to head chef and has been running the place for almost eight years. This has...Show More Summary

The Most Anticipated Openings of the Spring in Denver

There is no slowing down to Denver's restaurant and bar scene. There are second locations and third locations and new concepts from new restaurateurs and from seasoned ones. In the next couple of weeks, Downtown will add Burned Barrel, which replaces the Tilted Kilt, and LoDO will get Celtic Market at 14th and Market. Show More Summary

The Kitchen Group Introduces New Restaurant Concept

Hedge Row will plant roots in Cherry Creek North What was slated to be a second Denver outpost of The Kitchen has been traded Hedge Row. The 4,300 square foot restaurant, set to open in the coming weeks at 100 Steele Street, comes from...Show More Summary

Where to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Denver

Each year leading up to the 17 of March, a sea of green slowly ebbs its way through the Mile High City, much like every other city in the United States. And although the Feast of Saint Patrick was originally a cultural and religious way of remembering the patron saint of Ireland, it has turned into quite the celebration for all. Show More Summary

Breakfast Maven Morning Collective Will Launch in April

A Snooze alum breaks out on his own Call it Rosedale or call it South Broadway but be sure that you keep an eye on the area where The Post Chicken and Beer launched earlier this year and where Morning Collective will unleash early next...Show More Summary

Genki Sushi Comes to Uptown, Thai Basil Switches Spaces

Musical chairs on 18th Avenue Thai Basil in Uptown is just about to move two doors down in the space that housed Hot Cakes until September of last year. The new space, set at Hot Cakes 1400 East 18th Avenue will give the independently-owned eatery more space and the opportunity to offer new thing like pho, the Vietnamese broth-focused dish. Show More Summary

Denver Restaurants and International Woman’s Day

This post will be updated throughout the day On Wednesday, March 8, which is International Women’s Day, people around the world plan to "act together for equity, justice, and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people,...Show More Summary

James Beard Winner Uchi Lands in Denver

Sushi and modern Japanese cuisine is coming to Curtis Park After 14 years of success and expansion in Texas, chef Tyson Cole and his partners are branching out of state to Denver with a new outpost of Uchi, a contemporary Japanese restaurant...Show More Summary

The Guide to Denver's Best Seafood Restaurants

From sashimi to crispy fried filets, you're sure to get hooked at these seafood-centric eateries Though we Coloradans are by no means coastal – heck, we're a mile above sea level – seafood is, without question, a big part of Denverites' daily diets. Show More Summary

Sign for Little Gingko Asian Cafe up in Former Gypsy House Window

The corner space at 13th and Marion sold last year Celebrated for its bright, oversized street art visible from east 13th Avenue, Gypsy House, the Turkish coffee shop, hippie hookah bar, and open artistic and spiritual community in Capitol...Show More Summary

Vegan Eatery in Whittier Gets Shut Down

It had been operating without proper licenses for a year Handy Diner took over the space previously occupied by D Line at on the door at 2958 Downing Street in January of last year; now the vegan eatery is no longer operating, Westword reported. Show More Summary

The Expert Guide to Dining and Drinking in LoHi

One of the hottest dining destinations in Denver, LoHi offers restaurants and bars for every taste and occasion The ever-growing dining scene in Denver's LoHi neighborhood brings a little bit of everything to diners that live around the hot area and to those who drive here from other places just to eat. Show More Summary

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