3030 East Sixth Avenue
This is part one of my interview with Darrel Truett, exec chef of Barolo Grill. Part two of our chat will run tomorrow.
Darrel Truett has spent the entire morning on the horn, negotiating the price of black ... More >>
Back before we had rock star chefs strutting their gimmicks on the Food Network, Denver had Duy Pham, who first made a (big) name for himself as the ridiculously young chef of the long-departed Tante Louise. He followed that illustrious gig with stints at Opal on Ninth Avenue, a restaurant called Ky ... More >>
It's been nearly two years since restaurateur Ed Novak retired, selling the forty-year-old Broker, one of downtown's last fine-dining bastions, and its only surviving sibling restaurant, the Cork House Wine Restaurant, to Jerry Fritzler, a long-time employee and partner.
It's been almost forty years since Ed Novak opened the Broker Restaurant, at 821 17th Street, which has been serving up complimentary bowls of peel-and-eat shrimp to crowds for generations. The restaurant is still a mainstay for its unique dining room -- it's located in the basement of a form ... More >>
Lori MidsonGoose Sorensen, exec chef/owner of SoleraIn 1992, Goose Sorensen, then 23, was living in Casper, a fine Wyoming town with bars and brawls and women, but there was something missing, something that Sorensen was longing to have but didn't. That something was -- wait for it -- Benniga ... More >>
Tyler WiardThis is part two of Lori Midson's interview with Tyler Wiard, the executive chef at Elway's Cherry Creek. You can read the first part of Midson's interview with Wiard here.
Proudest moment as a chef: When I won the National Pork Award in May of 2008. I had won the state pork compe ... More >>
Dig it. I know there's been a lot of talk, here and elsewhere, about the fantastic deals to be found during Denver Restaurant Week. One thing that's not getting a lot of ink: How killed all those restaurant crews will be during that February 21-28 stretch. And where's the payoff for them?  ... More >>