When you accidentally sign yourself and your 29-year-old husband up for a YogaDates event for singles in their thirties and forties, you quickly realize it could be bad for the relationship. After our incredible YogaDates sunset yoga hike, I know that if my sweet Ben ever mysteriously "vanishes" (an ... More >>
"It's going to be blast," says Herb Brodsky, who co-founded Novo Coffee ten years ago, and is hosting a birthday party at the roasting facility this Saturday. "Last year over 500 people showed up -- everyone is welcome!" he says. And there's much more on the culinary menu this week. Here's a taste:
The culinary landscape of Denver was quite different when Pat Perry opened Highland's Garden Cafe in 1994. There was no Fruition or Table 6 to garner rave reviews from out-of-towners. No Lola or Linger to draw the ultra-hip masses to Highland. No Potager to emphasize homegrown ingredients. Meanwhi ... More >>
For last week's "Year in Review," we recapped what the subjects of the 2011 Chef and Tell interviews would like to see less of in Denver. This time, we're serving up their wish lists of what they'd hope to find on Denver's plate in the new year - everything from year-round farmers' markets to whole ... More >>
As we've discovered in our weekly Chef and Tell interviews, Denver's kitchen commanders are, if nothing else, unapologetically opinionated. We pepper them with dozens of questions, and sometimes their answers are salty -- especially their responses to what they'd like to see less of in Denver from a ... More >>
It's been a good week for Ryan Leinonen, the former chef de cuisine at Colt & Gray -- and a former alum of Root Down and The Kitchen in Boulder. Just two days ago, Leinonen inked a deal on a new space at 2138 Larimer Street, a burgeoning food-centric block that already struts a collection of ... More >>
Even if you live in Denver, you may want to visit these hotel restuarants.