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    November 21, 2014

    Cannabis Time Capsule, 1893: Horses Thrive on Weed

    Willie Nelson says he gives his horses beaer, but according to this 1893 article in the Leadville Herald-Democrat, he should be using weed. Yes, the cure for a worn-down horse is good-old THC. See also: "Medical Marijuana Dispensary Review: Five Years Later at Walking Raven in Denver"

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    October 21, 2014

    Golden Europe Has More Schnitzel Than the Rest of Denver's Restaurants Combined

    Wedging four people into a tiny booth at Golden Europe was no easy task: accommodating the lefties in the group, making sure I had room to take photos of my food, sitting comfortably without becoming entangled in the lace curtains above the table. It was a tight fit, and made me wonder why people bu ... More >>

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    October 6, 2014

    Colorado's Brand-New Breweries Bring Home the Bling at GABF

    For the past couple of years, industry veterans have expressed concerns about the quality of the beer being made by new craft breweries, especially as the number of new breweries -- they are now opening at a rate of 1.5 per day across the country -- increases exponentially. But the newbies fought ba ... More >>

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    June 6, 2014

    First look: Denver Pearl Brewing celebrates its grand opening this weekend

    Denver Pearl Brewing, which opened quietly in the Platt Park neighborhood last week, will hold its grand opening party on Saturday, June 7, with a wide variety of beers. "We have seven beers on tap right now and we'll have ten on Saturday," says Colby Rankin, who owns Denver Pearl with his father, ... More >>

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    March 18, 2014

    Ten brand-new Colorado canned beers to look forward to in 2014

    Colorado's largest craft brewer, New Belgium, and one of its smallest, Black Shirt, both broke new ground in January when they began canning a pair of unusual beers. New Belgium's offering was the tart Snapshot, one of the first canned beers using lactobacillius as a souring agent. Black Shirt rolle ... More >>

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    January 15, 2014

    Author Meg Howrey on incorporating history into fantasy with City of Lost Dreams

    Some novels take a while to get going, and some give you an immortal dwarf, a time-traveling corpse and an alchemical mystery before the end of the first chapter, as City of Lost Dreams does. The follow-up to the best-selling City of Dark Magic finds protagonist Sarah Weston in an adventure that wea ... More >>

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    September 10, 2013

    Dishes of DISH: "Teenie Weenies" from Mustard's Last Stand

    On Sunday, September 22, DISH will dish out food and drinks from dozens of Cafe Society's favorite restaurants and trucks, as well as Best of Denver readers' winners, in the Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. And Mustard's Last Stand, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this ... More >>

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    August 21, 2013

    We toast Prost, Freshcraft and Todd Alström in this week's beer calendar

    Peaches aren't the only Western Slope product heading east over the mountains these days. Kannah Creek Brewing in Grand Junction has just begun distributing two of its bottled beers, Lands End Amber and Standing Wave Pale Ale, to Denver for the first time. Eventually Republic National Distributing w ... More >>

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    August 5, 2013

    Ballpark Plates, Denver Burger Battle and more on the calendar this week

    The third annual Ballpark Plates will hit it out of the park on Thursday, August 8, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. For $30, enjoy complimentary food and drink samples at the following participating establishments: River North Brewery, Blake Street Tavern, Zi South, Breckenridge Brewery, Cheesesteak Connecti ... More >>

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    August 1, 2013
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    July 26, 2013

    Mustard's Last Stand marks its 35th anniverary with 99-cent hot dogs

    While Mustard's Last Stand, a wiener joint that started in Boulder, is still two decades shy of the 55-year milestone that Taco House celebrated this year, the iconic Chicago-style hot dog institution, which also pimps a location near the University of Denver, is certainly a stalwart, and this weeke ... More >>

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    July 25, 2013
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    July 11, 2013
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    June 27, 2013
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    June 20, 2013
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    June 6, 2013
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    March 18, 2013

    Grand Lux Cafe closing tomorrow in Park Meadows

    Going, going, almost gone. Tomorrow Grand Lux Cafe will join the ranks of eateries that have closed in Park Meadows. Five years ago, not long after the giant restaurant opened, then-critic Jason Sheehan had what might have been the worst shrimp scampi ever...and he didn't find much there that was ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 10, 2012

    Culinary Calendar: Hot chocolate, beer, benefits and Scandinavian cuisine

    Just in time for cold weather, the Original Pancake House is offering free hot chocolate for the holidays at all of its locations. The chain has two in Colorado: at 8000 East Belleview Avenue in Englewood, and at 5900 South University Boulevard in Littleton. The deal runs through Friday, December 14 ... More >>

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    September 13, 2012
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    June 4, 2012

    Japanther's Ian Vanek on the DIY scene, 'zines and the authenticity of handmade objects

    Japanther (due tomorrow night at Glob) was started by a pair of art school students who wanted a way to create art beyond the confines of a specific medium or traditional methods. The resulting New York duo has been just as involved in the art world and performance art as it has been in writing raw ... More >>

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    April 9, 2012

    A handful of restaurants offer up Opening Day deals

    Opening Day at Coors Field may as well be a holiday in the Mile High City -- Denver's residents descend on downtown en masse, kick off the baseball festivities early and keep partying until late. Earlier today, Jonathan Shikes, aka Colorado Beer Man, divulged a list of spots to find craft beer as yo ... More >>

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    December 27, 2011

    Arvada Beer Company and Manneken Frites are an ideal pair in the northwest suburbs

    Lori Midson​Out in the northwest suburbs for family events this holiday season, I was looking for a low-key place to unwind with some out-of-town relatives after all the feasting and present-wrapping concluded. Unwilling to settle for one of the strip-mall chain restaurants that are so prevale ... More >>

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    September 27, 2011

    Rock-N-Dogs rocks gourmet links and old vinyl in Lakewood

    Lori Midson​"It came to me in a dream one night," says Larry Bigay. "I have a pad of paper by my bedside, and I woke up early one morning, and started to draw what I'd seen in my dream." What he saw were visions of hot dogs dancing in his head.

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    July 13, 2011

    Ask the bartender: Samogon comes from Russia, with love

    ​Sean Kenyon knows how to pour out both drinks and advice. A third-generation bar man with 25 years behind the bar, including at some of this town's most liquid assets, he is a student of cocktail history, a United States Bartenders Guild-certified Spirits Professional and a BAR Ready graduat ... More >>

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    June 30, 2011

    Denver's five best hot dogs

    Mile High Vienna Stand​Temperatures threaten to approach the triple digits as we prepare to celebrate our country's independence this weekend, which puts us smack into summer, the season of baseball, lazy patio nights and, of course, hot dogs, which we like to feast on as we wander the streets ... More >>

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    June 28, 2011

    Second Helping: Mile High Vienna

    Mile High ViennaA taste of the Windy City in the Mile High.​At the tender age of incredibly-awkward-teenager, I was packed, along with an econo-sized bottle of zit cream and my discman, into my family's mini van for a summer road trip through the romantic Midwest. I was a terrible human to be ... More >>

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    June 16, 2011
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    June 9, 2011
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    June 2, 2011
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    May 31, 2011

    Karen Bozik's 100 Days Project: Day Eleven

    ​Moving into the second week of her 100 Days Project, local artist Karen Bozik, whom we first visited with here last Monday, found herself running into mental and academic roadblocks. The aesthetics are there, she acknowledges, but in terms of a complete package, she's unwilling to speed throu ... More >>

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    May 26, 2011
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    May 19, 2011
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    April 25, 2011

    Frank's Kitchen will bring diner food -- and more -- to Whittier

    ​Frank Berta was given a diary when he was ten, and his very first entry read: "today we had chicken and it was delicious." That youthful love of food spawned a lifetime interest in cooking. And after years of owning his own contracting business, he's giving up remodeling to take that intere ... More >>

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    March 10, 2011
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    March 10, 2011

    Cured will finally give Boulder a specialty cheese shop

    http://www.curedboulder.com/​When Boulder was named America's foodiest town by Bon Appetit last year, it won the honor despite the fact that Boulder has no specialty cheese shop. For the last few years, anyone looking for a unique cheese in this town would generally look for it at Whole Food ... More >>

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    January 14, 2011

    David Eugene Edwards of Wovenhand on the influence of Middle Eastern music

    Mark HolthusenDavid Eugene Edwards​ Wovenhand (due at The Marquis Theater tomorrow night with Git Some) is the current musical project of David Eugene Edwards. In his early bands, Bloodflower and The Denver Gentlemen, Edwards was developing an aesthetic that some consider synonymous with all ... More >>

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    August 30, 2010

    Silver Spoon introduces street food to the south suburbs

    Lori Midson ​It was only a matter of time before urban street food went suburban, and first (that we know of, anyway) to bring the street food movement to suburban asphalt are bigwigs Chris Amato, Peter Kudla and Rob Kuck, the visionaries behind the Vallagio at Inverness, which will soon unma ... More >>

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    July 29, 2010
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    April 9, 2010

    Ten Denver hot dog joints to help you welcome back the boys of baseball

    Biker Jim will do you right.​ Nothing goes with Opening Day like hot dogs. Why would you even try? And while the grilled dogs and brats - with everything, please - you can get at Coors Field are truly delicious, even if the buns never seem to hold up, Denver is rich with other options. The f ... More >>

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    February 15, 2010

    Billy's Gourmet Hot Dogs hops on the wiener wagon

    ​Billy's Gourmet Hot Dogs, the brainchild of owner Bill Feid, a wiener-loving Chicagoan who couldn't find a noble Chicago-style dog when he moved to Denver, opened last Monday, February 8, at 2445 Larimer Street. The menu, a catchall of eight different Vienna beef, Polser and salmon hot dog ... More >>

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    November 12, 2009
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    June 5, 2008

    Chicago

    Windy City hot dogs may not blow, but they're not the best.

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    May 15, 2008

    Pizzeria Mundo

    Getting back to basics – and 75-cent PBR.

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    May 1, 2008

    Grand Lux Cafe

    What happened in Vegas should have stayed there.

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    September 12, 2007

    Hot Dog Overflow

    It’s weird how you people out there think. I mean, I can write the worst, most scurrilous things about some beloved local vegetarian restaurant and you let it go by without comment. I can pen a fawning crush note to some rinky-dink taqueria and if I hear anything from the other side of the curta ... More >>

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    July 18, 2002

    Consumed

    And the Weiner Is...

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    April 25, 2002

    The Bite

    The rest of the best.

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    July 5, 2001

    Check, Please!

    Readers give our food critic something to chew on.

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    July 31, 1997
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