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Sneak Peek: Wayward Opens in Former Zengo Space in Riverfront

The grand opening is on Tuesday Chad Michael George, Kade Gianinetti and Jared Schwartz, partners in The Way Back and American Grind, are unveiling their new project this week: Wayward. The restaurant and bar is set at 1610 Little Raven...Show More Summary

Nine Month Old Clyde Shutters

It was a short run for the spot that replaced Le Central Clyde, the modern wine bar and restaurant that took over the former home of Le Central, is no more. Named after the French bulldog that owners Christopher Fehlinger and Jon Lipshutz...Show More Summary

Cool Modern Neo-Bistro Emmerson Gets Ready to Open

Sneak peek into the new Boulder spot Emmerson is a dream of owner Ben Kaplan, one that is finally coming to fruition at 1600 Pearl Street in Boulder. The “neo-bistro,” as it describes itself will launch on Thursday, August 24 with breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and soon thereafter brunch, created by a team of heavy hitters. Show More Summary

Haykin Family Cider to Open in Aurora

Husband-wife cidery delivers small batch, sparkling cider this fall Just in time for apple season, husband-wife duo, Talia and Daniel Haykin will debut their 1,650-square-foot cider production facility and tasting room to show off their award-winning hard apple cider. Show More Summary

Atelier Cultivates Relaxed Bistro Atmosphere in City Park

Here’s what the online community says about Radek Cerny’s return to Denver The Colorado community first mourned when Atelier announced the closure of its Boulder location. However, the tears quickly dried and turned into relief when the news broke that Atelier was relocating to Denver’s City Park neighborhood and aimed to stay open in Boulder. Show More Summary

Hosea Rosenberg Expands with Santo, a New Mexican Eatery in Boulder

It will open this fall Chef Hosea Rosenberg will open Santo, a tribute to his New Mexico roots, at 1265 Alpine Avenue in Boulder. Located at the corner of Alpine Avenue and Broadway in the north part of town, Santo will be a full-service...Show More Summary

Cold Crush Evicted From RiNo, Plans Move to East Colfax

Lease conflicts and eviction threats are at play Times they are changing in Denver’s River North neighborhood, as Cold Crush – the hip hop music and art venue at 2700 Larimer Street – will shutter its doors and move to a new zip code on East Colfax this fall. Show More Summary

Sushi Den Team Plans Expanding More on Old South Pearl

The Kizakis bought the former Gaia Bistro Toshi and Yasu Kizaki, the brothers who own the iconic Sushi Den, as well as sister spots Izakaya Den and Ototo, bought another property on Old South Pearl Street. Their business, Hiro & Company,...Show More Summary

Where to Dine in the Berkeley Neighborhood

An updated guide for all the restaurants that have filled in this funky pocket of town If you haven't visited the Berkley neighborhood lately, you might feel a little overwhelmed upon newly exploring this northwest pocket of the city. Show More Summary

Sneak Peek: Citizen Rail Will Open Inside Kimpton’s Born Hotel

The area behind Union Station keeps growing Inspired by train travel and the nearby historic Union Station, Citizen Rail is about to take off in the Hotel Born, the latest venture from the Kimpton group. The rail-car-like interior, designed...Show More Summary

Urban Farmer Now Serves Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner in LoDo

Here’s a look inside the modern steakhouse LoDo’s newest modern steakhouse, Urban Farmer, started serving three meals a day today. The sprawling posh space located at 1659 Wazee Street can accommodate up to 275 guests in a variety of...Show More Summary

Quality Italian and Departure Dominate Cherry Creek North Food & Wine

Plus two pieces of beer news not-to-be-missed On Saturday, August 12, seventeen Cherry Creek North restaurants brought their A game to the 9th Annual Cherry Creek North Food & Wine event. The teams competed for the titles of Best of Show, Best Dessert, Best Table Décor and People’s Choice. Show More Summary

What to Eat at Urban Farmer, LoDo’s Newest Steakhouse

The Oxford Hotel just got much cooler On Sunday night, Urban Farmer will be officially open for dinner on the corner of 17th and Wazee on the first floor of a building that also houses the Oxford Hotel, in a space that was previously. Show More Summary

Quality Italian: 7:30PM on a Thursday Night

What happens at the super hot Cherry Creek spot A sharp modern American take on a meatball and spaghetti restaurant with a steakhouse twist, Quality Italian is one of Denver’s hottest spots for dinner, lunch, and weekend brunch. A simple...Show More Summary

Infinite Monkey Theorem Hosts Lance Armstrong

And New Belgium bought SF’s Magnolia Brewing Lance Armstrong, famed if not embattled former professional road racing cyclist and Austin radio personality JB Hager are providing post-race commentary during the Colorado Classic at the Infinite Monkey Theorem (IMT) this weekend. Show More Summary

Denver's Essential Barbecue Eateries

Nothing says summer quite like great barbecue. We have come a long way in the Mile High City with our barbecue scene. From Globe Hall, GQue to The Ghost, we now have a flourishing smoked meats culture that is only bound to grow. These...Show More Summary

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

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