Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom on Market Street, which was one of the first places to serve microbrews in downtown Denver and has acted as the unofficial gateway to LoDo since 1992, will close its doors on March 29. The company, owned by Tennessee-based Craftworks Restaurants since 2010, is looking fo ... More >>
Earlier this year, in late April, Strings, the Uptown restaurant that the late Noel Cunningham opened 27 years ago, closed after Cunningham's widow, Tammy, who had been running the restaurant since Cunningham's untimely death in 2011, made the decision to sell the beloved restaurant to Frank Day, fo ... More >>
Restaurateur Noel Cunningham was the heart and soul of Strings, the restaurant he'd opened at 1700 Humboldt Street in February 1986, and after he took his life in late 2011, the life seemed to go out of the place. Finally his widow, Tammy, closed the restaurant at the end of April; longtime restaura ... More >>
What is the future of pizza? Will it be rehydrated from tiny pucks, as in Back to the Future? Made available in pill form, like little pepperoni-flavored aspirin capsules, or delivered via pizza drone? These post-space-age pie ponderings are certainly amusing to consider, because here in the present ... More >>
Ignite! is opening on Larimer Street next Monday.As the end of the year approaches, owners are scrambling to finish restaurant projects. Last year, Lou's Food Bar, Bittersweet and Aria all managed to get their doors open right before the start of 2011 -- which meant they could also get tables ... More >>
Rock Bottom Brewing, which was founded in Denver in 1991 and now has 35 locations nationwide, has merged with the Tennessee-based Gordon Biersch brewpub chain to form one of the largest craft beer-focused companies in the country. The new firm, called Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries, also ... More >>
At Denver International Airport, the Greetings From Colorado store at Concourse A sells T-shirts from Haiti (including models that list the wrong date for Denver's founding) and souvenirs from anywhere but Colorado. But right around the corner, travelers will soon be able to get a real taste of this ... More >>
Despite owner Tom Moxcey's best intentions, Diane's Good to Go is gone.
There's a mountain of fun -- and good food -- at the Hilltop Café.
Diane's Good To Go reinvents gourmet take-out food.
Table Mountain Inn puts more than hospitality on the menu.