Denver has a strong Italian history -- but until the last decade or so, this town's Italian restaurants were mostly run-of-the-mill red-sauce joints that you went to more for the convenience than the food. That's changed, though, and today's dining scene is rich with inventive and stylish fare from ... More >>
The first thing you need to know about Denver Restaurant Week is that it's the largest event of its type in the country, with the most restaurants participating and the most meals served. The second thing you need to know is that it's not an actual week. When the economy took a nosedive, the ... More >>
Denver Post food editor Tucker Shaw's column on Wednesday, full of no-name restaurant gossip, wouldn't have seemed so startling if the paper's food section regularly ran restaurant news calling out offending culprits -- but it doesn't. So we couldn't figure out the point of his mishmash of bl ... More >>
Yesterday, I noted that Aix's website had gone dark -- as its dining room was last Saturday night. But because 17th Avenue is such a solid restaurant neighborhood, I don't think anyone out there thought the space would stay empty for long.
I just got off the phone with Keith Arnold, owner (along wit ... More >>