This, insists Theo Adley, is "going to be fucking epic!" Adley, the former exec chef of the Pinyon in Boulder, along with a bold-name cartel of several other Denver and Boulder chefs -- Jennifer Jasinski (Euclid Hall, Rioja and Bistro Vendome); Max MacKissock (Squeaky Bean); Jenna Johansen; Hunter ... More >>
When Tyler Nemkov joined Cafe Society as a twenty-year-old intern from Johnson & Wales three years ago, he knew he wanted to pursue both a journalism and a culinary career. He opted to keep working in kitchens while he earned his degree at the University of Colorado -- right before it closed its jo ... More >>
When Tyler Nemkov joined Cafe Society as a twenty-year-old intern from Johnson & Wales three years ago, he knew he wanted some kind of career in the culinary world. And now he's found it -- although he's still a month away from graduation at the University of Colorado, the 23-year-old Nemkov was jus ... More >>
A Flickr photo.Beer dinners, wine tastings, and a photography class on capturing images of fine food are all on the menu this week -- and much more. Here's a taste of what's coming up:
Earlier this year, Phil Armstrong, a veteran restaurant industry guy who has more ambition than the entire graduating class of Harvard, unleashed Hush, an underground supper club that hosts intimate dinners at various venues around Denver and Boulder, many of them in unusual places -- fields, ... More >>
Bimbamboo will soon be The PinyonTheo Adley's resume is full of chef stints from some of Colorado's best restaurants. Since coming here for school in the early 2000s, he's cooked at the Flagstaff House and Frasca. He moved to Aspen to get in on the action at the Little Nell, and from 2008 unt ... More >>
Back in 2006, Matthew Jansen, chef/owner of Mateo in Boulder, decided to stretch by opening Radda Trattoria, which Jason Sheehan raved about when he reviewed the restaurant in February 2007. Mateo dates back to 2001, and Jansen has scratched the seven-year itch there by adding a new partner: Rayme ... More >>
Mateo wants to serve good food and cater to a hip crowd -- but it can't do both.
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