Chef Eric Roeder had restaurants in two of Denver's hottest restaurant neighborhoods before they were hot. A Boulder native who started his culinary career at the Flagstaff House as a pastry apprentice, Roeder graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York in 1995, then cooked in Seatt ... More >>
Lori Midson This is part two of Lori Midson's Chef and Tell interview with Ian Kleinman; to read part one, click here. Proudest moment as a chef: When my dad and I cooked Father's Day brunch together at the James Beard House. We had a 22-hour prep day and cooked for seventy people, and by th ... More >>
In this week's Bar Back, Jon Solomon reports on his visit to Lavish, the club that now occupies the former home of Le Rouge. That was the combo club/fine dining spot at 1448 Market Street (at 15th Street) that boasted a menu created by Eric Roeder, formerly of Micole and Bistro Vendome. But Roeder d ... More >>
Duy Pham has a new restaurant -- in Pueblo, of all places.
From SAME Cafe to Brunos, pie is infinite.
Mels is out, and Iron Mountain is in.
Recommending a hotel restaurant with no reservations.
Punch-drunk in love with Dave Query, Oceanaire...and Duy Pham's next venture.
Striking out at the Ship Tavern. Again.
At Kyoto, Eric Roeders in and Duy Pham is out.
Going undercover to catch a kitchen between courses.
The kitchen magicians of Fruition.
Sean Kelly, phone home.
French toast is in order.
An option to the Denver Diner.
Bistro Vendome gets a new chef.
Kevin Taylor rebuilds his empire.
Red-pepper jelly gets canned at Frasca.
Having Your Cake
For the Birds
Ham on Wry
Too Many Chefs has a recipe for support
A Square Deal
Bistro Vendome marks an important milestone.
So Foie, So Good
A Bite of the Big Apple
Butt Seriously, Folks
The Dim Sum of Its Parts
Fry Me to the Moon
Season's eatings from a year's worth of meals.
The fixe is in at Micole.
Even if you live in Denver, you may want to visit these hotel restuarants.