Following on the heels of Zengo, Richard Sandoval's Latin restaurant in Riverfront Park, which recently began offering bottomless brunch, Tamayo, Sandoval's modern Mexican in Larimer Square, is now strutting a similar deal: $35 for unlimited cocktails, including margaritas, Bloody Marias, mimosas an ... More >>
After two and a half years, Cantina Laredo has folded its umbrellas at the Streets at SouthGlenn, and the location has been wiped off the website of the Texas-based chain, which has restaurants in a dozen states (as well as the United Arab Emirates). But there's still a Cantina Laredo at 1680 29th S ... More >>
Tamayo has been holding down its corner of Larimer Square for over a decade, and owner Richard Sandoval decided the restaurant was due for
a remodeling job -- a million-dollar remodeling job, which involved both the interior and the menu. The result was unveiled yesterday, when Tamayo reopened.
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Holy tequila! What a difference a cool million makes. That's the approximate coinage spent on remodeling Tamayo, Richard Sandoval's modern Mexican restaurant in Larimer Square that was closed just under four weeks to significantly upgrade the two-tiered space, which now looks like a brand new restau ... More >>
When Tamayo, chef Richard Sandoval's modern Mexican restaurant, opened in Larimer Square in 2001, it was easily one of the most innovative design schemes -- and food concepts -- on what has now become one of the city's liveliest blocks for a dose of culinary artistry. But while the majority of the r ... More >>
Happy Place: Tamayo, 1400 Larimer Street, 720-946-1433.
The Hours: Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m.
The Deals: $3.50 beer specials; $5 specialty cocktails; $3 small plates.
Were we happy? Flip the page to find out.
For the past three years, chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval, who owns 35 restaurants around the world, including five in Denver and two in the mountains -- the most he's opened in any state -- has been methodically planning one of his newest concepts: Al Lado, a Latin wine and tapas bar that re ... More >>
Richard Sandoval opened his first restaurant in New York City fifteen years ago, and since then, his empire has expanded across the United States. He currently has six spots in Colorado, including the recently opened Cima in Avon, Venga Venga in Vail and a pair of La Sandias in Northfield and Park M ... More >>
The Place: La Sandia Cantina, 8340 Northfield Boulevard, 303-373-9100
The Hours: Daily from 4 p.m. to close
The Deals: $5 cocktails; $3 Mexican beers; $3 small plates
Were we happy? Flip the page to find out.
James Beard FoundationLast November, the James Beard Foundation summoned the public to nominate its favorite chefs, restaurants and industry professionals for the 2011 awards. And after all the self-pimping and ballot-stuffing, the poll is closed.
This morning, the foundation announced its ... More >>
Toast Mexican independene at La Sandia's tequila bar.Richard Sandoval may have trademarked the term "modern Mexican cuisine," but he's celebrating the past with a week's worth of specials to commemorate the 2010 Mexican Bicentennial -- the 200th anniversary of the independence movement, which ... More >>
Kate KennedyThe Place: Zengo, 1610 Little Raven Street, 720-904-0965.
The Hours: Monday through Friday from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
The Deal: $5 specialty cocktails, happy hour wines by the glass and large bottles of Kirin and Sapporo; $3 beers; small plates range from $5-$7.
From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. today, four restaurants in Northfield Stapleton -- Islamorada Fish Company, La Sandia, Ling & Louie's and Texas de Brazil -- will donate a portion of all sales to Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams & Broomfield Counties; get more info at 303-654-3378 or www.casa ... More >>
El Grito -- the day when Mexicans across the world commemorate that country's independence from Spanish rule -- isn't until September 16, but Richard Sandoval, chef-owner of Tamayo, La Sandia and Zengo, is getting an early start on all the celebrations.
Beginning today and continuing though ... More >>
Peking Tokyo, which I reviewed this week, was a weird little joint, no doubt. The name was strange, the space bizarre. And yet, it was an excellent neighborhood player and the kind of place one might well thank the food gods for should one find one's
self in the area and hard up for spring r ... More >>