"Oh, can't you see/This award shames our degrees/Brought a criminal to town/So we're marchin' all around." This was one chant repeated by a group of students, professors, Occupy Denver leftovers and other activists Monday afternoon outside the Hyatt Regency. They were expressing dismay over the Uni ... More >>
The stained glass windows will stay. So will the proprietary meatball, sausage and red sauce recipes. But Angelo's Pizza is going to look and feel a lot different when its new owners reopen the Denver mainstay as Angelo's Taverna in August. On March 1, Denver-area restaurant industry veterans Eric ... More >>
After nearly four decades of family ownership and operation, Angelo's Pizza, a down-home red-sauce on joint on Sixth Avenue, has been bought by a new owner and will close for a two-month-long remodeling job on Sunday, May 26. See also: - Red alert: Denver's old-school Italian joints are disappearin ... More >>
A new restaurant has taken root on the second floor of the Hyatt Regency in the Tech Center. Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen is a big step up from the standard chain-hotel restaurant, with locally focused fare, barrel-aged cocktails and a healthy kid's menu. Partnering with such local vendors as Haystack ... More >>
Happy Monday! Restaurants and bars around town are hosting a variety of celebrations for the new year. Keep reading to see just some of the options; find more in our online calendar listings calendar. And if you know of still other worthy end-of-the-year events, share the info in the comments sectio ... More >>
Jay Leandro Pub 17 on Welton Street 1750 Welton Street hyatt.com/gallery/pub17/index.html 303-295-1117 Part one of my interview with Jay Leandro, exec chef of Pub 17 on Welton Street, ran yesterday; this is part two of our conversation. Favorite Denver/Boulder restaurant(s) other than your own: P ... More >>
Jay Leandro Pub 17 on Welton Street 1750 Welton Street hyatt.com/gallery/pub17/index.html 303-295-1117 This is part one of my interview with Jay Leandro, exec chef of Pub 17 on Welton Street; part two of our conversation with run tomorrow. According to Jay Leandro, it all started with a chicken. ... More >>
The 8th Annual Denver International Wine Festival will uncork at the Grand Hyatt Denver this Wednesday, and will pouring into Saturday, November 10. The event will overflow with educational seminars, culinary pairings and a selection of more than 400 wines; check the website for a full schedule of e ... More >>
Colorado's longest-running science fiction and fantasy convention hit the Hyatt Regency in the Denver Tech Center over the weekend. The convention featured more than eighty speakers and events across three days, and it attracted hundreds of costumed attendees dressed as their favorite characters. Co ... More >>
Updated with new events: Tourists may go to Rome to see the Coliseum, but it's the side streets, the adventures and the hidden cafes that typically fill their cameras and their post-trip stories. The same is true of the week surrounding the Great American Beer Festival. The event is the centerpiece, ... More >>
The culinary calendar is full of tasty events this week, including plenty of excuses to enjoy the summer weather. Here's the rundown:
The Great American Beer Festival might be over, but hold onto those hangovers, because Oktoberfest and Breckenridge's Craft Spirits Festival are still on the agenda. Here's a taste of what's ahead this week in food events:
The 1876 Restaurant at the Grand Hyatt downtown is revamping its menu this month. The new lineup will feature local, sustainable and organic ingredients whenever possible, in dishes that cater to special dietary needs; vegan and gluten-free options will be available. The move to greener past ... More >>
New Belgium BrewingThe Great American Beer Festival can be daunting. After all, there are 2,200 beers on tap from 462 breweries all over the country, and the three-day event takes place in a massive convention hall filled with 49,000 of sweating, drunk, pretzel-wearing hopheads. What's the b ... More >>
Wine and chocolate: Two great tastes that taste great together. Peaks Lounge in the Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th Street, opens its chocolate lounge today; the lounge will be open through Valentine's Day, and features four wine stations at which you can taste an array of wines paired with ... More >>
Mashable, probably the Internet's premier website covering social media in all of its forms, is coming to Denver Thursday, August 6 as part of a six-city road trip to promote the Summer of Social Good campaign. The idea is to leverage the power of social media for the benefit of the social good -- ... More >>
Help pick the 2009 Colorado Firefighter Calendar cover boy.
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It took a master plan — and a mastermind — to end the stalemate on downtown's worst block.
What if you gave a protest and no one came? Yesterday, the Colorado Republican Party staged a protest outside the Grand Hyatt Denver on 17th Street to illustrate the "Tug of War" between Democratic factions. "The radical wing of the Democratic Party, led by the likes of Howard Dean and Ted Kennedy, ... More >>
Rack 'em up
Two new landmarks with Mile High ambitions are coming online downtown.
The man, the legend, the ribs.
You'll have the crime of your life in the Mile High City.
The goddess Hathor has a message for Black Hawk.
Taking a gamble on dinner in Black Hawk.
All bets are off at the Kitchens of the World Action Buffet.
Tree hugs and kisses
Where it's at on New Year's Eve.
Ignoring skeptics, Denver pushes ahead with its plans to bail out a convention-center hotel. Will anyone check in?
The hotel union isn't about to let Denver forget the Adam's Mark.
From the week of December 14, 2000
Skyline Park may be headed for the same tragic fate as Currigan Hall.
Chief Broom disbands; Dave Baker thinks big; the latest in music Web sites.
Tom Strickland's coffers bulge with funds from his law partners and their clients.
BROWNSTEIN HYATT GETS STIFFED ON A LEGAL BILL.