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    AquaDeath - The Cherry Cricket

    It's raining men -- hallelujah! I am officially over metrosexuals. The last guy I dated shaved his entire body (yes, even there) and used more skin-care products than Tyra Banks and Janice Dickenson combined. His obsession with personal grooming was ...

    by Nancy Levine on December 8, 2005
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    Conversation Starter - It's what's up front that counts.

    I am pleased to announce that Hanson's Grill & Tavern (1301 South Pearl Street) has been granted Most Favored Bar status by the Liaison for Redneck Relations. "This is my new favorite bar!" he pronounced, after showing up late with his designated-dri...

    by Patrick Osborn on December 8, 2005
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    Bonnie Brae Tavern - History repeats itself.

    Bonnie Brae Tavern has no windows, which may explain why few modern influences have slipped in over the past seventy-odd years to mess up the place. Instead, four generations of the Dire family -- which opened the onetime roadhouse right across the s...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 8, 2005
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    Party On - Let the good times -- and the good food -- roll at Lucile's.

    Here's what I like best about Lucile's, the insanely popular, quarter-century-old Creole restaurant: It's in a house. Just a plain, not very large two-story house with an enclosed porch. The place is comfy, tattered, worn smooth by thousands of days ...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 1, 2005
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    The Big Easy - Lucile's bring food, glorious food to the heart of Denver.

    Whenever I eat at Lucile's (see review, page 48), I always order more than I can possibly eat. Order more than two of me could eat, in fact, loading the table to the breaking point and then stuffing myself until I can't see straight. It's a matter...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 1, 2005
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    Peppadew Martini - Duo

    It seems like every time I turn around, there's another wonderful, delicious and -- just as important -- independent restaurant opening up in the Potter-Highlands district. The most recent addition is Duo, owned by Keith Arnold, Stephanie Bonin and S...

    by Nancy Levine on December 1, 2005
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    Roo Bar - Don't drive, he said.

    Have you ever seen the look on someone's face the first time he rides a roller coaster? It's a mixture of abject fear, exhilaration and satisfaction that he has a foolproof plan for killing you in your sleep because you assured him that the roller co...

    by Patrick Osborn on December 1, 2005
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    NoNos Cafe - Thanks, but NoNo thanks.

    With Cajun on the brain this week, I made a run down to Littleton for NoNo's Cafe, long a local favorite among a certain clientele despite its decidedly Cracker Barrel-lite style of decor and inauspicious strip-mall location. Who, exactly, is this ce...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 1, 2005
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    Kokoro Bebop - At Sushi Sasa, what's old is new again.

    ayne Conwell has an eye for detail. His work, his career, everything he is and everything he does depends on detail, on seeing the things that no one else can. He's a fifteen-year veteran of the sushi game, in which detail -- a single grain of rice, ...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 24, 2005
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    Mex and Match - Will the real Lola please stand up?

    arly next year, Lola will leave its current home at 1469 South Pearl Street and move to 1575 Boulder Street in the Highland neighborhood -- but that doesn't mean its name is up for grabs. Still, a Lola European Cafe just opened at 820 15th Street, in...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 24, 2005
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    Breckenridge Brewery and BBQ - Celebrate with beer and all the trimmings.

    It's that time of year again, when we gather with loved ones and pick at the unfinished turkey only to get yelled at by the cook. To avoid this temptation, we'll find the sole patch of grass in a six-mile radius and start a friendly game of football ...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 24, 2005
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    Japon - Bigger isn't always better.

    Last week I dropped by the new Japon space (right next door to the old Japon space), sat down in the hip, bright, dining room, ordered up a nice, cold plate of chirashi sashimi (assorted raw sea creatures over ginger and rice)...and couldn't finish i...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 24, 2005
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    The Man With the Golden Bun - Nothing's forbidden at Forbidden City.

    If Colman Andrews can come clean over his love for the crab rangoons at Trader Vic's and Ruth Reichl can fess up to her preference for coffee and doughnuts bought on the street in front of her old office at the New York Times, there's nothing weird a...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 17, 2005
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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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    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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