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    French Kiss

    "Is this your first time dining with us?" she asks, smiling. In response, I just bob my head like a moron--completely gone on whatever weird cocktail of hormones and brain chemicals it is that makes a grown man fall in love with a menu, with nothi...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on March 11, 2008 @ 12:40 pm
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    Chili in Here?

    Denver has had newspaper wars for as long as there have been newspapers, and just because the size of the papers is shrinking doesn't mean this war is any less intense. But another, newer battle between media outlets took place last week, and it wa...

    @ Cafe Society by Jonathan Shikes on March 10, 2008 @ 5:52 pm
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    Barfly Taxonomy: The Red-Cheeked False Bukowski

    View larger specimen In order to make more sense of the world around us, illustrator and public house naturalist Nate Stone is compiling here a taxonomy of different barflies. While you're out and about in Denver, if you spot any of these specimens ...

    @ Cafe Society by Sean Cronin on March 10, 2008 @ 1:28 pm
  • Wine Experience Cafe - A full place is much more satisfying than an empty room.

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    Wine Experience Cafe - A full place is much more satisfying than an empty room.

    I started worrying about Wine Experience Cafe the moment I stepped inside. The place was empty, completely deserted on a day and at an hour when the eighty-seat dining room should have been packed. I was thinking that in this neighborhood (Southland...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 19, 2008
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    Wine Time - Blend your own in Boulder

    This has been a good year for Colorado's oenophiles. First, Wine Experience Cafe (reviewed this week) brought the pleasures of both the bottle and the table to those neglected souls living in the south suburbs. Before it opened, I'd talked to owner ...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 19, 2008
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    The Remy Sidecar - Encore Restaurant

    Several of my friends are known for their favorite cocktail. There's Matt, who drinks Ketel One and still water -- and drinks it so often that we've named it the Keeney-tini. There's Ellen, who drinks Cosmos made with Stoli Ohranj, no lime and no li...

    by Nancy Levine on June 19, 2008
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    Kiva Restaurant - A happy hour that's the taco the town.

    It was everywhere, the puppy piss -- puddling up on the concrete beneath our chairs, flowing toward the unaware flip-flops and purses underneath the crowded patio tables. Try as we might to soak it up with napkins, the current of devastation could n...

    by Drew Bixby on June 19, 2008
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    Cork House - A patio made for procrastinators.

    Three years ago this month, Tante Louise finally faded from the Denver restaurant scene, after three decades of good works -- including serving as a training ground for many cooks who would later come to form the top rank of Denver's chef elite. As ...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 19, 2008
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    Sunday Fun Day

    I was surprised this week to get an email from DISCUS, the national trade group for distilled spirits producers and marketers, about a pro-Sunday sales press conference to be held at Argonaut Wine and Liquor -- of all places. Two years ago, when I...

    @ Cafe Society by Jonathan Shikes on March 5, 2008 @ 3:46 pm
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    Masters of Disguise

    Originally, my review of Agave Grill was supposed to be a two-fer -- a kind of culinary Entebbe Raid whereby Laura and I would roll in fast on slow nights to the King Soopers plaza at Orchard and Holly, where both Agave and Mel's Greenwood Village ...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on March 5, 2008 @ 1:09 pm
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    Mouth by Southwest

    About three weeks ago, Chad Clevenger put Agave Grill through a mid-season menu overhaul, altering or outright dumping about two-thirds of the opening board. While the result could have been a return to the mixed Chihuahua-meets-Lyon Old World/New...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on March 4, 2008 @ 1:34 pm
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    Barfly Taxonomy: The False Drinker

    View larger specimen In order to make more sense of the world around us, illustrator and public house naturalist Nate Stone is compiling here a taxonomy of different barflies. While you're out and about in Denver, if you spot any of these specimens ...

    @ Cafe Society by Sean Cronin on March 3, 2008 @ 8:27 am
  • Coleman's Soul Food - Just in time for Juneteenth, a new restaurant gets to the Points.

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    Coleman's Soul Food - Just in time for Juneteenth, a new restaurant gets to the Points.

    When I was a young man of nineteen, maybe twenty, I spent three weeks living in a motel in Detroit. The particulars of how I found myself in such a sorry state -- staying in a room where, on my first night, I found a dead rat under the bed so old I'...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 12, 2008
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    R&R Denver - The joke's on me at this gay bar.

    Have you heard the one about the straight guy and the gay bar? Here's how it goes: Guy walks into a bar alone. He pulls up a stool and is greeted by the bartender, who introduces himself as Dan. Dan asks for an ID, holds out his hand for a courte...

    by Drew Bixby on June 12, 2008
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    Goin' South - Duy Pham has a new restaurant -- in Pueblo, of all places.

    Duy Pham has moved around a lot over the past few years. He first made a name for himself as the very young chef at Tante Louise (4900 East Colfax Avenue, now home to the Cork House) when it was run by Corky Douglass. He was the exec at Opal (100 Ea...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 12, 2008
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    Barfly Taxonomy: The Unnecessary Tail-Shaker

    View larger specimen In order to make more sense of the world around us, illustrator and public house naturalist Nate Stone is compiling here a taxonomy of different barflies. While you're out and about in Denver, if you spot any of these specimens ...

    @ Cafe Society by Sean Cronin on February 27, 2008 @ 12:19 pm
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    Crepe Nuts

    Crepes 'n Crepes is uncompromisingly, unabashedly and unstintingly French. The cooks are French. Owners Kathy Knight and Alain Veratti have imported all their iron crepe griddles from France. The ingredients and preparations -- the Camembert and Ch...

    @ Cafe Society by Patricia Calhoun on February 26, 2008 @ 5:44 pm
  • Chicago - Windy City hot dogs may not blow, but they're not the best.

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

    With every meal we eat, we betray ourselves. Our politics and our personal history, our deepest longings, our most private loves and hates -- all of this is laid bare every time we open our mouths and shove something in. Think about it. What beer...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 5, 2008
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    Burger Time - Suspicions confirmed: Bud's makes the best burger in Colorado.

    Required summer reading for burger fans: Hamburger America, by George Motz, a canonical listing of the hundred hands-down greatest, most historic burgers served in the United States. While I am not usually one to pimp any sort of guidebook or top-wh...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 5, 2008
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    Justin's Sweet Tea - A taste of honey.

    Sweeter than honey, Zio Romolo's Alley Bar is an absolute beehive of activity. Named after Tony Pasquini's favorite uncle, it's tucked beside the Pasquini's location in Highland and is surprisingly comfortable, particularly considering this spot was...

    by Nancy Levine on June 5, 2008
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