George Eder Pizza Republica 5375 Landmark Place, Greenwood Village 720-489-2030 www.pizzarepublica.com This is part one of my interview with George Eder, exec chef of Pizza Republica; part two of our conversation will tun tomorrow. George Eder grew up in Detroit, one of five siblings whose mothe ... More >>
Although the metro area's third Earls was rumored to be opening today in the former home of Ocean at 201 Columbine Street, it now looks like that will be pushed back until Friday, November 27 (according to the poor fellow who just opened the phone at 5:50 a.m.). But there were signs of life i ... More >>
Cherry Creek was slow last night, without the usual crowds at Little Ollie's and Houston's. But just down the street at 201 Columbine Street, in the former home of Jim Sullivan's Ocean (and Mao before that), there are signs of life: The sign is up announcing that Earls is on its way. And if ... More >>
Yup, you read that headline right. Nine75, the embattled hipster enclave and jumped-up comfort food joint inside the Beauvallon complex at 975 Lincoln Street, is finally throwing in the towel. Nine75 was already closed once, by original owner Jim Sullivan, then rescued and revived by the guys from t ... More >>
The beleaguered Beauvallon building has swallowed another restaurant. Mr. Coco's Bar & Grill, possibly the worst-named Mexican joint ever, has shut its doors at 925 Lincoln Street. Before it was Mr. Coco's, that space had held, very briefly, Marni's Steakhouse (which left behind its awning) and bef ... More >>
Baker St. recreates a British pub in the Denver 'burbs. While other chains contract, Baker St. Pub & Grill has been taking advantage of the economy by snapping up now-empty locations in the metro area. First it took on a Chili's at 1729 28th Street in Boulder; now it's adding the former Nine75 nor ... More >>
Got the best kind of phone call one afternoon last week: a friend was sitting on a $150 gift card to Nine75, the stylish restaurant at the corner of Lincoln and 10th, and he was ready to cash it in. Did I want to come along? Well, I suppose that box of mac and cheese can wait a night. Cut to a few ... More >>
The Jet Entertainment Group may be the busiest boys in chow business. They picked up Nine75 (975 Lincoln Street) right after Jim Sullivan closed it this fall, and reopened it in a matter of days. They're finishing up a project at the Jet Hotel, at 1612 Wazee Street, to make room for XO, a noodle ba ... More >>
Charlie Huangs newest restaurant could be as good as it gets.
Troy Guards left, but his crew keeps things cooking.
Kevin Taylor steps into the Limelight.
Employees bail out of Nine75 and Ocean.
One Emogene closes, while another restaffs.
Steaking a claim on Jim Sullivan's next project: Oscar's.
Going overboard at Ocean.
With pastries this good, I'll lie down for Emogene's bad service.
Kevin Taylor expands his empire.
Don't try this at home.
For restaurants, this was a very good year.
A round-the-world tour of pizza.
Red-pepper jelly gets canned at Frasca.
Nine75 plays the numbers game.
Mao Asian Bistro and Sushi Lounge
Fat City Chops
Eyes on the Prize
The All Night Honky Tonk All Stars crank it up at the Fox Theatre.
A Glendale hotel and the bar across the street could have made such beautiful music together.