Twenty-four hours from now, the Best of Denver 2013 will start hitting the street -- and the web. This year's edition is packed with more than 400 winners (we're still counting). The the very last category in our Food & Drink section was one of the toughest picks this year: Best New Restaurant. In ... More >>
We have been shamelessly shilling for Anthony Bourdain for the past few days, talking about his upcoming trip to Denver, giving away tickets to his lecture and Q&A on November 18, throwing up pictures of him whenever we can. Shameless? Absolutely. Not for nothing, the man is very popular ... More >>
Mark MangerOrganixx is Sheehan's most recent green adventure. But is it his favorite? This week, I talk a lot about green -- about green restaurants and the green movement, about organic foods and natural foods and the perils of being a mountain locavore. So for this week's List, it seems ... More >>
John Broening"We'll have head cheese at Olivéa on Friday -- I expect to see you there," summoned the e-mail. The note - short and to the point -- was from John Broening, the executive chef at Duo and Olivéa: the former a restaurant in Highland with a field-to-plate, seasonal approach to foo ... More >>
Matt Franklin makes memorable meals at FarroIn my review of Farro, I talked at great length about the meals that Matt Franklin has cooked for me that I will carry with like baggage throughout my days. I also spoke less specifically about a handful of other dinners (or individual plates) I've had tha ... More >>
This has been a tough year for French restaurants. French 250, which Jason Sheehan raved about when he reviewed it last spring; closed abruptly this fall after just a year in business -- and at the same time, La Chaumiere bid adieu after more than thirty years in Lyons. But there are st ... More >>
Z Cuisine A Cote
Man does not live by bread alone but he can try.
Àbientôt, Z Cuisine.
This bistros a beauty.
For restaurants, this was a very good year.
The shiny new Johnson's Corner just ain't what it used to be.