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Denver's Best Bartenders Uncovered: The Men

The 5th annual cheers to the cream of the crop in Denver – BTW, they all love their jobs ‘Tis the season for cheer and celebration and that most definitely applies to the boozy beverages whose glasses we clink and the people who concoct them. Show More Summary

The Essential Guide to Seasonal Sippers

Get cold-weather cozy with these beverages By now, your calendar is filled with holiday parties and seasonal celebrations and you've probably had one too many eggnogs and hot toddies by year's end. None of that should get in the way of exploring the work of creative cocktail makers in town compelled by the spirit of the season. Show More Summary

Original Chubby’s Gets Supersized in New Digs

The iconic burrito shack opened its new, next-door location In 1967, Stella Cordova spotted a "Cook Wanted" sign in the window of the Chubby’s Burger Drive Inn at 38th Avenue and Lipan Street and started the following day earning just $0.85 an hour at the age of 59. Show More Summary

Larimer Street's Fish N Beer Rocks Straight From the Start

Here's what Denver diners are saying about the new seafood restaurant online An Intoxicating Ode to the Oysterette: In a Table Talk feature last month, 5280 Magazine encouraged Denver diners to immediately flock to Kevin Morrison's "ode to the oysterette" in RiNo. Show More Summary

Where to Dine on Christmas Eve in Denver

Feast of the Seven Fishes, cocktail specials, or prix fixe dinner menus, there's something for every mood On Christmas Eve, before the quiet sets into the city and families retreat at home to share some time together, restaurants big and small, casual and fancy, welcome diners inside their space. Show More Summary

World of Beer Evicted from Boulder Location

The company owes more than $116,000 in unpaid rent Some have wondered aloud how a big company like World of Beer would do in a small town that likes independent businesses like Boulder. The skeptics that questioned the venture that barely got its start this fall at the foot of the Flatirons were onto something. Show More Summary

These Are Denver's Best Bartenders, Class of 2016

A mini-version of our previous cocktail week celebrations begins right now Few things require on-point cocktails quite like the holiday season. A good mixed drink in the right glassware, with a well-appointed garnish, delivered at the...Show More Summary

Frank Bonanno Is Sorry You Got Turned Away From Green Russell

The restaurateur is sticking to his vision for the bar Chef and restaurateur Frank Bonanno has always been a man with a vision. His restaurants have a precise scope, a theme of sorts, whether it is classic French with a modern twist at Mizuna, ramen at Bones, or barbecue at Russell's Smokehouse. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Guide to Dining on Christmas Day in Denver

Take a step back from the stove and let the professionals run the kitchen this Christmas. The flurry of snow, presents and relatives on Christmas Day may lead you to stray away from the kitchen. Whether you're going to spend time with the family, go to services, or going to the movies, these restaurants will take care of the cooking this holiday. Show More Summary

Holiday PSA on Beer and Life

The Indian Hills sign strikes again Tensions run high during the holiday season and the more tools one has to deal with the pressures of family and get-togethers, the better. The Indian Hills sign is a never-ending source of wisdom and puns and the latest display on the beloved community board is so on-point that we thought we'd share. Show More Summary

New American Restaurant White Bison Returns to Vail

Just in time for ski season It is finally snowing and White Bison, located in the heart of Vail Village, is back in the dining game with a new food menu and beverage program. The restaurant, focused on new American comfort cuisine, is...Show More Summary

Hinman's Bakery Opens, Aspen Juice Closes

And the Quiznos Grill switches up concepts Hinman's Bakery, previously a wholesale only operation, is now open to the public. Located at 4850 East 39th Street, the operation is in full holiday mode offering two types of Buche de Noel, a red velvet, and chocolate. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Denver Cookie Guide

Where to find the best chocolate chip cookies in Denver You don't get much more traditional than a chocolate chip cookie for dessert. But everyone has their favorite style, and opinions on the matter run strong. Crispy? Flat? Soft? Undercooked?...Show More Summary

Shirtless Baristas Make Your Caffeine Dreams Come True

And it’s all for a good good cause Move over sweaty firemen, the hottest male-centric calendar for 2017 features hipster baristas who aren't afraid of bear it all for a good cause."Hot Shots" is a local project spearheaded by Chelsea Keeney and Julia Morgan that dropped just in time for holiday shopping. Show More Summary

Original Il Posto Closes, L’Atelier by Radex Takes Over

Major changes are coming for these two chefs The end of the year will mark the last service at Il Posto in its original location in Uptown, Westword reported. Chef Andrea Frizzi is packing up his Italian ingredients and moving his ten year old business to the RiNo neighborhood in a contemporary space that is in the process of being finished. Show More Summary

Atheists Should Attack Muslims, Not Christmas, Says CO Springs Radio Host

In a ironic twist, a billboard promoting atheism has prompted a Colorado Springs radio host to attack the religion of Islam. Demonstrating the same brazen bigotry of KNUS host Peter Boyles, not to mention Trump, KVOR 740-AM host Richard...Show More Summary

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