Denver native Maureen Witten is a suburban mom of two, food writer and intuitive eating counselor. Maureen is currently eating her way up Havana Street from Hampden Avenue to I-70, highlighting the gems hidden among the slew of chain eateries that development has brought.
2 days ago | Eating Adventures
Don’t be intimidated by the names underneath the dishes pictured on the outside of Chutney, a new casual takeout spot for Nepalese and Indian food at 2740 South Havana Street. Even if you’re not familiar with these cuisines, the staff will guide y...
10 days ago | Eating Adventures
When my dining companions and I walked into Addis Ababa Ethiopian Restaurant for a recent dinner, the entire place was dark, empty and a bit dingy. The waitress looked surprised to see us and seemed even more surprised when I asked to be seat...
25 days ago | Eating Adventures
Chinese food has become a fixture in the American diet, resembling most American-style comfort foods with its saucy meats, pan-fried vegetables and carby-fried counterparts. But, what Lucky China at 2000 South Havana Street in Aurora does differen...
1 month ago | Eating Adventures
Four years ago, we profiled every restaurant on Federal Boulevard in our Federal Case series. Now we're doing the same for Havana Street, from East Hampden Avenue up to I-70. Join us on our culinary journey, which begins with Molcajete Mexican Res...