Julie Dunn

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  • 11 years ago | Booze

    Jerry Seinfeld once imparted these words of wisdom: When you hit that high note, say goodnight and walk off. So for my final act as Drink of the Week girl, I gathered a group of faithful friends and headed to Moda Ristorante & Lounge for several r...

  • 11 years ago | Booze

    Summer nights seem so right for a little Latin lovin'. And since my blue-eyed, blond-haired boyfriend doesn't exactly fill that bill, when I'm in the mood for Caribbean spice I hit the twinkling patio at Cuba Cuba for a Havana Special ($6.50). A r...

  • 11 years ago | News

    Dan Fogarty may have one of the most coveted jobs in corporate America. He's a walking iPod for Chipotle -- traveling around, listening to music, and deciding what beats are funky enough to go with Burrito Bols and steak tacos. "We like music to b...

  • 11 years ago | News

    Just like all fast-food chains, Chipotle sells sameness. Uniformity of expectations. Every store from Denver to Dallas serves up the same fajita burrito and the same hip, urban-minimalist aesthetic: steel tabletops, wood chairs and funky artwork. ...

  • 11 years ago | News

    Denver is the birthplace of the big-burrito craze. It's given the world Chipotle Mexican Grill and Qdoba Mexican Grill, as well as two smaller restaurants, Chez Jose and Illegal Pete's. And, ironically, they have more than just large tortillas in ...

  • 11 years ago | Longform

    Can a burrito change lives? Yes, if you're talking about the rice-and-bean monstrosities from Chipotle Mexican Grill. Just ask Todd Galloway, Ryan Kohland and Andrew Kohari, college buddies who recently launched chipotlelovers.com, a website devot...