TAG, The Corner Office, Ambria, Locanda Del Borgo and Lola are teaming up for tonight's Harvest Week feast at GrowHaus, 4751 York Street. The crew of chefs will be showcasing their skills with local takes on global cuisine during the fourth in a six-part series of pop-up meals celebrating Colorado's ... More >>
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Don't let the lack of snow get you down -- if you have a ski pass, the Corner Office Restaurant Martini Bar, 1401 Curtis Street, has a deal for you. Today through Tuesday, January 31, bring your ski pass into the Corner Office and receive a free drink as part of its SIA Ski Pass Promotion. For mor ... More >>
Shipley.Jeremy Shipley reportedly did something a lot of us do at one time or another -- got a little tipsy, then discovered he'd locked himself out of his apartment and tried to climb in a window. Problem is, said window was on the fourth floor. He soon fell and died afterward -- but from a ... More >>
Downtown Denver has its share of cute, modern eateries dishing up sandwiches and salads, but the Corner Office still stands out in the crowd. Its so-hip-it-hurts, yet still playful decor provides the perfect backdrop for beautiful people sipping martinis and nibbling on the food offerings. E ... More >>
NBC Just over a month ago, Jamawn Woods shuttered the last of his three Soul Daddy locations. That was the fast-casual chain he was trying to get going with the help of Chipotle CEO Steve Ells, Bobby Flay, Curtis Stone and Lorena Garcia after that team of investors awarded him the grand prize ... 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 Were we happy? Flip the page to find out.
Denver Beer Fest hits its stride today when the Falling Rock Taphouse, 1919 Blake Street, holds its annual Great American Beer Festival Kickoff Tapping Party at 5 p.m. The beer bar -- known as much for its surly staff as for its vast selection of brews -- is typically the headquarters for br ... More >>
The writing's on the wall at the Corner Office.The rubber-band installation in the back room of the Corner Office, 1401 Curtis Street, snapped a while ago, but its been replaced with a far cooler piece of art: a mural created by renowned graffiti artists David Villorente and Robert Cartwrigh ... More >>
Just got off the phone with manager Michael Torres of the Corner Office, talking about the new man behind the burners at that most Mad Men-y of restaurants at the Curtis. Carlos Ruiz (most recently ex of the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, making him well-versed in both hotel cookery and avoid ... More >>
Rocky Mountain PBS said Tuesday it has hired Doug Price as its new president and chief executive officer. He replaces James Morgese, who explained to Westword's Michael Roberts in August why he was leaving the public television service after fifteen years. A former top executive with First Bank of ... More >>
The Nines -- the new hotel that Sage Hospitality opened in Portland, Oregon this fall -- is taking a beating on shamelessrestaurants.com for the general suckiness of its restaurant, which already lost its executive chef. To see the bile spewing, check out the comments on the Urban Farmer " ... More >>
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