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    Lodo's Bar & Grill raises the roof

    One of the first things I notice about Lodo's Bar & Grill (1946 Market Street) is that many of the female employees have curves, and I don't mean the humps made by a pair of 34Ds over a size-two waist. I mean hips, and asses that explain themselves....

    by Drew Bixby on August 14, 2008
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    Via shows the way for consistent Italian cuisine

    Some restaurants change over time. Some places stay exactly the same. The mission of Second Helping is to separate one from the other. Via was an awesome restaurant when I reviewed it sixteen months ago. Opened by Venanzio and Anthony Momo -- who...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 14, 2008
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    Tomorrow is Free Slurpee Day at 7-Eleven

    Get ready to get your drink on! The 7-Eleven convenience store franchise is getting up there in age, and tomorrow will commemorate its 81st year in business. Despite the fact that we think every day can be free Slurpee day (listen, I'm not going ...

    @ Cafe Society by Aubrey Shoe on July 10, 2008 @ 5:02 pm
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    Coffee Klatch for a Cause

    There are lots of reasons for attending the "Live to the Fullest Cup" event at Fluid Coffee Bar, 501 East 19th Avenue, this Friday at 7 p.m., which will raise money for 26-year-old Semeon Abay, head roaster for the Denver-based Novo Coffee, who was r...

    @ Cafe Society by Joel Warner on July 9, 2008 @ 10:48 pm
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    Week Two in Hell's Kitchen: Playing Hurt

    Jason Sheehan is no fan of Hell's Kitchen, but he watches it. And now he's playing it, as he describes here and here, in his account of week one. Now on to week two: One of the many complications of working in kitchens is being able to do it hurt ...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 9, 2008 @ 7:30 pm
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    In the Kitchen with Liberty Belle Tillemann-Dick

    In the Tillemann-Dicks' house of many talents (the subject of a July 10 Westword feature), 20-year-old Liberty Belle is known for her stellar cooking. That means she not only scrounges up enough food for all 10 of her siblings, but is also skilled ...

    @ Cafe Society by Joel Warner on July 9, 2008 @ 1:20 pm
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    More From Mel's

    There's a lot of action over at Mel's on Sixth Avenue, which is in the process of changing names and management. And then there's this odd e-mail from Mel, Jane and Charlie Masters making the rounds, which invites recipients to "Become a Mel's Bistro...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 9, 2008 @ 10:28 am
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    Sheehan: Making a Hash Out of My Anonymity

    I love the hash that comes in a can -- the greasy, mushy, horrible stuff that smells like cat food and would, if the can were left unopened, survive a thousand years beneath its slick white cap of fat. I love restaurants that serve hash right out of ...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 8, 2008 @ 4:01 pm
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    Mel's: The Signs, They Are a-Changin'

    Mel's in Greenwood Village (at 5970 South Holly Street) had a couple of parties (one for friends, and then a knock-down, drag-out staff bash) over the weekend, and is closing today for remodeling. The hostess I talked to last night said that the staf...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 8, 2008 @ 7:36 am
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    Thank God for Root Beer Floats

    Though I was sure the ride back to Denver would not be as hellish as the ride up -- through a blitzkrieg of Fourth of July traffic -- I thought a root-beer float would make the jaunt back to the city much more tolerable. I would sip my frothy drink,...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 7, 2008 @ 12:27 pm
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    Milking It: Kung Fu Panda Crunchers

    Kung Fu Panda Crunchers Kellogg's Rating: Two spoons out of four Cereal description: The cereal's building blocks are actually building circles -- light tan orbs made of oat and corn flour. Think of them as Kix, or more accurately, fake Kix. These...

    @ Cafe Society by Michael Roberts on July 7, 2008 @ 8:00 am
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    You're Darn Teuton: Cafe Berlin

    But even when it's not offering a deal, Cafe Berlin -- which moved from its longtime home on 17th Avenue to downtown several years ago -- is worth a visit. With Chinook now closed, this is the most reliable place in town for good, authentic German fo...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 5, 2008 @ 10:52 am
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    Chinook: Gone With the Wind

    Now if they can just survive the chaos of moving into the Landmark project in Greenwood Village, where Chinook is slated to reopen in several months....

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 5, 2008 @ 10:40 am
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    Wed Alert: Marketing Genius

    A drunk dialer sent us this coaster she discovered at My Brother's Bar during some early Fourth of July celebrating. It comes complete with ring sizes -- and the number for Hyde Park Jewelers. Genius marketing -- even if she only got a coaster, and...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 5, 2008 @ 9:11 am
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    Sheehan: A Few of My Favorite Things

    I had to have some half-unexpected dental work done a couple of days ago. It was nothing terribly serious but it was serious enough, if you know what I mean. Lot of blood, stitches. An annoyance. And as I was getting finished off in the chair, my ...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on July 4, 2008 @ 5:33 pm
  • Any way you slice it, Brooklyn M.C.'s Pizzeria is the taste of home


    Any way you slice it, Brooklyn M.C.'s Pizzeria is the taste of home

    Giant Statue of Liberty sculpture in the corner? Check. Blinged-up, chunky NY necklace covered in fake diamonds around said statue's neck? Check. Sopranos memorabilia? Check. Shelf full of New York tchotchkes? Check. FDNY keepsakes on sh...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 7, 2008
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    Brooklyn M.C.'s: more authentic New York food from an authentic New York fam

    On another afternoon at Brooklyn M.C.'s Pizzeria (see review), I was sitting in the dining room waiting on a pizza, listening to the two cooks talk. An Andrea Bocelli song was playing, the blind tenor singing something pretty in Italian. Although th...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 7, 2008
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    Grateful, indeed, for the Ginn Mill's Grateful Dead

    When I was a teenager looking for trouble, my friends and I would head down to Larimer Square, then the only thing happening at night downtown, and sometimes even venture past the 1400 block of Larimer Street. A nave suburbanite still in braces, I ...

    by Nancy Levine on August 7, 2008
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    At Jax Fish House, dropping a line for some Leinie's

    A favorite bar band of mine from the Midwest sings an audience-participation song about Leinenkugel's beer that has just four lines: "I like my Leinenkugel's beer (Woo-hoo!)/So does everybody here (Woo-hoo!)/If you don't like it, you're kind of quee...

    by Drew Bixby on August 7, 2008
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    Subway Tavern & Pizzeria: home of the Dago Dog

    I don't get it. I hear people talk about this place, and they call it a dive. I see people write about it online, and they say they wouldn't think of coming here because of the rattletrap exterior, the dimness of the windows. But the outside of this...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 7, 2008
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