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    Partially Cloudy - The sky's got limits at Cielo.

    It was getting on toward late, but I was still sitting at Cielo, sprawled in a soft, comfortable, sky-blue chair across from the fireplace in the vaulted dining room, closed in by cloud-white walls, the arched black ceiling above me like starless mid...

    by Jason Sheehan on March 11, 2004
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    Bite Me - Rice Checks

    To finish off the Chinese-American trifecta that filled my mailbag (see below), last week I took a spin by Little Olive, at 1050 South Wadsworth in Lakewood. In the beginning there was Little Ollie's, a Cherry Creek offshoot of the popular Aspen ...

    by Jason Sheehan on March 11, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Irish Coffee

    St. Patrick's Day is my favorite holiday, and this year I'm going to start things off right. So bright and early next Wednesday morning, you'll find me tucked into a cozy booth at the Squealin' Pig Irish Pub, holding tight to a glass mug and sipping ...

    by Julie Dunn on March 11, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Dr. Feelgood's

    I hate mass-market American "beer." And not just for the obvious reason -- that it's the root of all evil. We all know that just about every college kid in America is controlled by brain waves transmitted via television commercials that feature the C...

    by Patrick Osborn on March 11, 2004
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    That's Our 'Cue - M&D's Cafe looks -- and tastes -- like a million bucks.

    Imagine that you're a restaurateur who's just been handed a million dollars. A little more than that, actually, but for the sake of nice, round numbers, I'll call it a million. You've got a big, fat check in your hand, ink still wet on all those zero...

    by Jason Sheehan on March 4, 2004
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    Bite Me - Get Your Goat

    I found a lot to love at M&D's Cafe (see review), but one thing that didn't wow me? The cornbread. And since cornbread (or, failing that, slices of spongy white Wonder bread) is an integral part of the barbecue experience, I was left feeling a bit ch...

    by Jason Sheehan on March 4, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Minturn Mountain Margarita

    I always pictured John Wayne as a whiskey-straight-up kind of guy. But the Duke must have downed at least one margarita in his 72 years, because the sign hanging over the long wooden bar at the Minturn Saloon -- which boasts the Minturn Mountain Marg...

    by Julie Dunn on March 4, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Chopper's Sports Grill

    I want to set the record straight: I did not knuckle under to corporate pressure -- at least not without trying to get a kickback at the same time. We headed to Chopper's Sports Grill (80 South Madison Street) the other night to watch the Timberwo...

    by Patrick Osborn on March 4, 2004
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    Rice Job! - A meal at Parisi is a stirring experience.

    Matt checked the steel-bodied German dive watch clipped through the top buttonhole of his chef's jacket. "Eleven minutes," he said. "Total?" I asked, turning to make a bare-handed grab out of the salamander, the count "one-one-thousand-two" in my ...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 26, 2004
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    Eat Days a Week

    Try as he might, man cannot live on risotto alone. And after this man had made three visits to Parisi (see review) in five days, it was starting to look suspicious. The wife -- vastly overestimating the dubious sex appeal of a scrappy, long-haired, f...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 26, 2004
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    Beer Run

    Forget light and low-carb beers. "Ultra Wimp" and his beer-drinking pals have a better method for fighting fat: They run while they drink beer. Wimp and his buddies belong to the local branch of the Hash House Harriers, a global group of rule-brea...

    by Marty Jones on February 26, 2004
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    Lucatini - Luca d'Italia

    I believe in ghosts. Not the spooky, haunted-house kind that live in basements, but benevolent beings who watch over us from beyond. And while I never got to meet Doug Fleischmann in the flesh, I could swear I felt the warmth of his spirit when I en...

    by Julie Dunn on February 26, 2004
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    Fish Story - With one terrific tuna, Sonoda's proves it's a keeper.

    I'd been eating out with Glen again, which is almost never a good idea, and I think I felt the building housing Sonoda's shudder with relief when the two of us finally showed the front door our backs. Although the servers had never rushed us, had nev...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 19, 2004
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    Bite Me - Know Way

    A dinner with Glen (see review) always unfolds with the same potential for highly public disaster as a live TV broadcast without the comfort of a five-second delay. He is an awful, vile creature, a man born without that essential internal volume cont...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 19, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Cantaloupe Martini

    I like a bar where, after you sit down, the first thing the bartender does is stick out his hand and introduce himself. "We like to know our customers' names," says Anthony Ilacqua, as if that's standard operating procedure at watering holes around t...

    by Julie Dunn on February 19, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - ESPN Zone

    On the list of man's highest accomplishments, the sports bar comes right after the creation of fireworks, dark beer and frozen cookie dough. But let's face it: All great inventions begin with guys who have nothing better to do than figure out new w...

    by Patrick Osborn on February 19, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Blue Sky Grill

    I am always amazed by the clarity of thought and flawless logic displayed by members of the Institute of Drinking Studies. In a recent post-Avalanche game wrap-up at the Pepsi Center's Blue Sky Grill, we solved several of the world's problems. As is ...

    by Patrick Osborn on February 12, 2004
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    Feeling Lucky - Java Moon has the winning combination for a cold morning.

    When Jim Ilg and his crew were renovating the space that would become Java Moon, they found a safe sealed up inside one of the walls. It's big -- all black iron and tarnished silver with a swollen head mounted over a heavy, footed pedestal that makes...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 12, 2004
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    Bite Me - Social Studies

    Forget race. Forget color, creed and sexual preference. Never mind religion or politics or any of that other socio-fascist demographic nonsense that some people use to put others into little boxes. In my world, there's only one division: diner people...

    by Jason Sheehan on February 12, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Strawberry Margarita

    Like its agave-derivative namesake, Mezcal -- the upscale Mexican cantina that opened on East Colfax last December -- is getting slammed on a nightly basis. And rightly so. From its glowing Moroccan lamps and sunny walls painted with Sol Cerveza adve...

    by Julie Dunn on February 12, 2004
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