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    Papa John's Gets a Pizza the Action

    Jared Jacang Maher's August 2007 feature story about Denver International Airport conspiracy theories revolved around a lot of freeaakky phenomena. But even the looniest loons -- make that "most knowing analysts" -- alluded to in the article didn't p...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 7, 2008 @ 5:54 pm
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    Lights Out for Moon Time

    For weeks now, we've been following the action -- or lack thereof -- at Moon Time, Westword's nearby watering hole at 846 Broadway. When we stopped by almost three weeks ago, the joint was reportedly closed for HVAC work, and on August 2, a new sig...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 7, 2008 @ 5:08 pm
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    La Praviana: Pupusas No Mas

    For a decade, La Praviana served up authentic Salvadoran cooking -- a rarity in this town -- from a neat-as-a-pin storefront on South Broadway. Kyle Wagner reviewed it soon after it opened, and raved about the pupusas; six years later, Jason Sheehan ...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 7, 2008 @ 8:03 am
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    Wolfie's Bites the Dust

    Say so long to Wolfie's Neighborhood Bistro, which never had a chance to grow long in the tooth. For a relatively brief time, it occupied the space at 1135 Bannock Street that had been home to Bambino's, an Italian joint that many people remember fon...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 6, 2008 @ 2:53 pm
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    I'll Be Seeing You -- But Not at Isle of Singapore

    We just learned that Isle of Singapore, which Jason Sheehan loved when he first reviewedit in 2002 (when the photo above was taken), and fell in love with again just last year, has floated away from its home at 2022 South University. In its place: J...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 6, 2008 @ 12:27 pm
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    Miller, Coors, Bud are Aleing

    My heart goes out to multi-billion-dollar brewing giants MillerCoors (which recently completed its merger) and Anheuser-Busch (which is about to be taken over by Belgium's InBev). No, really, it's hard to look small when you are that big. Not that...

    @ Cafe Society by Jonathan Shikes on August 6, 2008 @ 10:54 am
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    North Star Has Gone South

    Sad news in northwest Denver. On July 31, North Star Brewing Company, the restaurant, bar and microbrewery at 3200 Tejon Street, pulled its last pint. As of Friday morning, Kyle Carstens's beer-and-tater-tot joint was dark, the shades pulled on all t...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 5, 2008 @ 7:54 pm
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    A Trip to Brooklyn -- Via Brooklyn M.C.'s Pizzeria

    And it's bullshit, a gimmick I recognize the second I duck in on a Saturday afternoon. I instantly dismiss Brooklyn M.C.'s as just another strip-mall joint in a long line of strip-mall joints shooting for that flavor-of-the-old-neighborhood shtick, c...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 5, 2008 @ 5:40 pm
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    Mile High Hopes for Vienna Beef

    My love of Vienna Beef is storied and strong, and the notion of a purveyor of such fine hot dogs close to my house was irresistible. But then nothing happened. The sign remained, but no progress occurred whatsoever, and my sighs became more and mor...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 5, 2008 @ 12:19 pm
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    The earls of sandwich

    At Masterpiece Delicatessen, partners Justin Brunson and Steve Allee do some pretty amazing things with a little bread, a little meat, a little this-and-that. Their simplest creations -- egg sandwiches, grilled cheese, turkey with pears and cranberr...

    by Jason Sheehan on September 11, 2008
  • Two chefs deliver our daily bread at Masterpiece Delicatessen


    Two chefs deliver our daily bread at Masterpiece Delicatessen

    Libertines though they may be, chefs love making sushi because sushi is so limiting, so rigorous in what is allowed and what is not, so rooted in tradition and steeped in modernity. There is nowhere to hide with sushi, no cover for mistakes or dumba...

    by Jason Sheehan on September 11, 2008
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    Maloney's Tavern may be a corporate Cheers, but don't change the channel

    In the bizarro world of corporate coolness that is Maloney's Tavern (1432 Market Street), packs of Marlboro Lights cost $9, all finger food arrives in wax-paper-lined metal buckets on strangely shaped porcelain plates and accompanied by perfectly po...

    by Drew Bixby on September 11, 2008
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    At Tacos D.F., the torta takes over for the sandwich

    American sandwich-makers have come a long way. Now that serious, heavyweight chefs have begun muscling in on the action (see my review of Masterpiece Delicatessen, page 51), a boy of eclectic appetites can easily score a Cuban, a banh mi, a beef on ...

    by Jason Sheehan on September 11, 2008
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    Benny's Opens New Patio

    Tucked into a booth at Benny's Restaurante y Tequila Bar, we were a couple of beers into our late brunch Saturday when we spotted Benny Armas, whose namesake restaurant has become such an integral part of Denver's dining scene. Benny's recently op...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 5, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Coming Soon: Blake Street Vault

    We miss American Costume Company, our go-to spot for all our party and costume needs until the longtime LoDo business closed its doors last year. But we're optimistic about what's happening to its former home. After many, many months of renovation,...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 4, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    Not Quite a Full Moon Time

    Two weeks ago, we made the sad discovery on a sweltering Monday that Moon Time, Westword's regular watering hole at 846 Broadway, was closed -- reportedly for HVAC work. And the job must not be going too well, because a sign still on the door today n...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 4, 2008 @ 10:48 am
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    Milking It: Cocoa Krispies Choconilla

    Cocoa Krispies Choconilla Kellogg's Rating: Two and a half spoons out of four Cereal description: Puffed rice kernels -- half of them a deep brown, the rest a light tan color. The latter are identical in hue to standard Rice Krispies, which aren't...

    @ Cafe Society by Michael Roberts on August 4, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    Week Five in Hell's Kitchen: Ballroom Blitz

    Jason Sheehan is no fan of Hell's Kitchen, but he watches it. And now he's playing it, as he describes here. Now on to the final week: Here's a sampling of my old kitchen playlists. Bear in mind that my time on the line is now far enough in the p...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 2, 2008 @ 9:28 am
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    Candy Girls: Limited Edition Wild Cherry M&M's

    We found this mysterious pack of Wild Cherry M&M's tucked away in the wrong box at our local Walgreens. There didn't seem to be a display of them, and a search for like packages proved fruitless. We also haven't run across them in any other store...

    @ Cafe Society by Aubrey Shoe on August 1, 2008 @ 2:54 pm
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    A Toast to French Restaurants

    Brasserie Felix just opened at 3901 Tennyson Street, and it's exactly what owners owners Danielle Diller and Gilles Fabre promised: a solidly 2/3 brasserie, offering two meals a day plus brunches on the weekends. That's just the latest French place...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on August 1, 2008 @ 2:12 pm
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