The Mayan calendar ends this Friday, December 21, which some people believes predicts the end of the world. As a precaution, the Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis Street, is offering would-be refugees a Party Like There's No To-Maya package this Friday. The deal includes rental of the entire fifteenth floor ... More >>
Denver's frugalistas flocked to the Curtis Hotel Saturday night to get rid of old looks and find new favorites at the And Then She Saved accessories swap sponsored by Denver's own Handbags.com.
"I really wanted new clothes but I didn't want to pay for new clothes, and I'd heard about swaps so I tho ... More >>
Happy Place: The Corner Office, 1401 Curtis Street, 303-825-6500
The Hours: Daily from 4 to 6 p.m.; Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to close
The Deals: $3-5 small plates; $1 PBR; $3 draft beers; $5 martinis and wines by the glass
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The Corner Office
1401 Curtis Street
This is part one of my interview with Will Cisa, executive chef of the Corner Office Restaurant Martini Bar. Part two of that interview will run in this space tomorrow.
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And the finalists are...Last night, participants in the Western Governors' Association confab at the Curtis Hotel got a sneak preview of models from the five finalists in an international design competition to build a special wildlife bridge over West Vail Pass -- and each entry was a pretty ... More >>
The Curtis Hotel, at 1405 Curtis Street, has joined up with Doubletree Hotels, and is celebrating the new affiliation with free milk and chocolate chip cookies -- a Doubletree trademark -- given to anyone who stops by the hotel between 3 and 5 p.m. today.
The hotel already given handed out ... More >>
As Earth Day approaches and everyone and their ninety-year-old grandmothers seem to be getting into the chip-in-and-be-green act, the time is ripe for WeeCycle, a local nonprofit started by attorneys, friends and fellow moms Jayme Ritchie and Sunny Heydorn to collect gently used and new baby gear ... More >>
As with yesterday's post about the sudden shortage of rice-flour baguette in Denver, this is another explanation of how I came to choose a certain award in this year's Best of Denver issue. This time around, it's about the best restaurant for a first date.
Award in question: Best First Date Rest ... More >>