Tom Coohill Coohills 1400 Wewatta Street 303-623-5700 coohills.com This is part one of my interview with Tom Coohill, exec chef/owner of Coohills. Part two of my chat with Coohill will appear in this space tomorrow. "This," confides Tom Coohill, "is too good to be on the menu. It's like buttah." ... More >>
Lori Midson Jim Cohen The Empire Lounge & Restaurant 816 Main Street, Louisville 303-665-2521 www.theempirerestaurant.com Pizzeria da Lupo 2525 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder 303-396-6366 www.pizzeriadalupo.com This is part one of my interview with Jim Cohen, chef/owner of The Empire Restaurant ... More >>
Lori MidsonFrom the dish room to the boardroom, Ocean Prime's Cameron Mitchell is ready for prime time "Denver chose us," claims Cameron Mitchell, the president and founder of Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, which includes Ocean Prime, the two-tiered steak and seafood supper club that opens Th ... More >>
Sustainably-farmed fish will be a big trend in 2011, say local chefsYesterday, several local chefs -- Michael Long (Aria and Opus); Eric Skokan (Black Cat); Brandon Biederman (Steuben's); Brad Rowell (Colt & Gray); and Troy Guard (TAG and TAG Raw Bar) -- dished on the culinary trends that wou ... More >>
Chipotle's Steve Ells will roll out a fast casual Asian restaurant next yearWhen Steve Ells opened the very first Chipotle Mexican Grill at 1644 East Evans Avenue seventeen years ago, he didn't anticipate it growing into a massive burrito-hawking chain, one that would infiltrate every city in ... More >>
James GladerSteve Ells in his original restaurant.First came an appearance on Oprah. Now Steve Ells, founder of Chipotle, is a panelist on America's Next Great Restaurant, joining chefs Bobby Flay, Curtis Stone (The Biggest Loser) and Lorena Garcia. They'll be the judges as potential restaura ... More >>
When style eats substance.
The Write Stuff
How a local burrito joint wrapped up the nation's fast-casual food market.
Chef Michael Long steals the show at Opus.
Herz Tries Harder
You've picked a fine time to eat at Lucile's.
Life Is Sweet
Tamayo takes diners on a first-class mouth-of-the-border tour.
Six months and $20,000 later, student chefs prepare the meal of a lifetime.
Roy's Cherry Creek brings the ohana spirit to Denver.
Piscos goes south of the border. Way south of the border.
Two great places to get your soup on.