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    Crab Grab - Diners are snowed by Mr. Panda.

    After my visit to Forbidden City (see review), I headed to the other side of Aurora's Asian/Russian triangle to try a place that occasionally creeps up in conversations with the buffet faithful: Mr. Panda Super Buffet, at 2852 South Havana Street. (T...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 17, 2005
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    Dark and Stormy - Hemingways Key West Grille

    Years ago, when I seemed to have more luck than I do today, I was sent to Bermuda for a sales meeting one week after I started a job. While I'm sure I learned massive amounts about my new company, the only thing I still remember is how much I enjoyed...

    by Nancy Levine on November 17, 2005
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    Cork House - And they drank happily every after

    Colfax has come a long way in its revitalization, although we may see increased ratings for Johns TV after Channel 4's recent expos on the rub-and-tug/happy-ending industry here in town. But human nature always prevails, as it was doing when we pull...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 17, 2005
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    Indias Restaurant - The saag's great, the rest sags.

    India's has always had one of my favorite buffets, but I've loved it for other reasons, too. I love the clutter of the dining room filled with art and knickknacks and statuary. I love the smell -- that deep, rich, infinitely complex aroma of curry an...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 17, 2005
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    Sandwich Watch

    Okay, so the last place I ever expected to find a fantastic sandwich was at Montecito -- the new restaurant from the Master family, open since December at 1120 East Sixth Avenue. Some great fish? Yes. Great apps? Absolutely -- and constantly bein...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on April 11, 2007 @ 2:14 pm
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    Taco the Town

    Mexican style: just spice and meat--rough-chopped grilled steak, marinated in God knows what, with caramelized onions in the case of the asada, and naked chopped pork, redolent of char for the carnitas. If you had to gussy up the tacos, there was al...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on April 10, 2007 @ 10:42 pm
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    Z Whiz - This bistro is a beauty.

    Chef Patrick Dupays is in the kitchen. I can see him through the big four-pane window at the end of the line, working a pan with one hand, giving directions with the other -- his fingers loose, his arm moving like a conductor's trying to keep a runaw...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 10, 2005
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    Cornered - The shiny new Johnson's Corner just ain't what it used to be.

    There was a time when I would've argued that Johnson's Corner (I-25 at exit 254, north of the Berthoud exit) was the perfect diner, better than the Peppermill in Vegas, the State Diner in Ithaca, that joint on Telegraph Road in Detroit where I almost...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 10, 2005
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    Guavapolitan - Via Italian Restaurant

    How much wood can a woodchuck chuck? When I walked into Via to meet friends for a drink, I immediately noticed two things: wood and smokin' hot guys -- and in that order, surprisingly. Venanzio and Anthony Momo are responsible for both. Owners of Cuc...

    by Nancy Levine on November 10, 2005
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    University of Wisconsin - Getting an education in libation

    The recent Institute of Drinking Studies excursion to Madison, Wisconsin, had nothing to do with the much-publicized Halloween riots. I swear. We were there on an educational fact-finding mission, looking for ways to turn Denver into an even better d...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 10, 2005
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    Le Central - Back to basics

    Back in the day -- and I'm talking six months, maybe a year ago -- Le Central had a taste that was all its own. Put three orders of escargot in front of me, three orders of anything in barnaise sauce, three orders of lotte au basilic, and I, with un...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 10, 2005
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    Colorado Via Chicago

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on April 4, 2007 @ 7:07 am
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    Let the Chips Fall

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on March 31, 2007 @ 10:15 am
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    A Lot to Like - Even when Sabor Latino takes a wrong step, things turn out right.

    The last time I was at Sabor Latino, I heard a recorded pan-flute rendition of the Titanic love theme so sappy that it silenced an entire dining room -- except for the laughter. An order of arepa fell just as flat: The white-corn pancake was so nasty...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 3, 2005
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    Growing Pains - Divide and conquer at Steak Au Poivre.

    So much news -- good news, bad news, ridiculous news -- keeps coming out of Steak au Poivre (231 Milwaukee Street), I sometimes wonder when they find time to cook. Chefs have come, chefs have gone, a consulting chef has come and will go after the hol...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 3, 2005
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    Lillet Martini - Z Cuisine

    a c'est bon. Is there anything more charming than finding a quaint French bistro in a neighborhood where you don't expect it? Mais non! A decade ago, any restaurant that dared to open in this part of town had to feature chips and salsa on its menu...

    by Nancy Levine on November 3, 2005
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    Pub on Pearl - Monday Nght Mania

    Several members of the Institute of Drinking Studies -- all definite throwbacks -- met recently at a very manly and friendly throwback of a tavern, the Pub on Pearl (1101 South Pearl Street). This small bar is nestled on a corner near where Pearl Str...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 3, 2005
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    Lost in Translation - Milagro Taco Bar is far from the talk of the town.

    I was sitting in the dining room at Milagro Taco Bar scratching hieroglyphs into the mole with my fork: hearts and squiggles, my initials. It was a good mole -- dark and glossy, thickened enough to stick, with a flavor like coffee beans and charcoal ...

    by Jason Sheehan on October 27, 2005
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    Jar Head - Red-pepper jelly gets canned at Frasca.

    achlan Mackinnon-Patterson is a busy guy. He's chef/owner (along with partner Bobby Stuckey) of Frasca, the restaurant at 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder that's one of the best in Colorado. And one of the busiest: He's running a killer crew in a kitchen...

    by Jason Sheehan on October 27, 2005
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    Drinking Vicariously Through You - Cricket on the Hill

    Who'd think a shot called Don't Name Your Fucking Kid After Me would lead to a tongue-in-cheek throw-down? After I wrote about that concoction a few weeks ago, I heard from Carl Johansen, the good-natured fellow who says he not only invented the shot...

    by Nancy Levine on October 27, 2005
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