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    Drunk of the Week - Stout Pub

    To any of you who were present at the Stout Pub (2052 Stout Street) the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, I want to apologize on behalf of our entire group. I want to, but I won't. Because the blame really belongs to bleary-eyed reader Andy Anderson, a ...

    by Patrick Osborn on December 11, 2003
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    One Night in Bangkok - The new Thai Basil has a way with translation.

    I know how Thai food tastes when eaten with the fingers in the back seat of a Toyota Celica parked facing the wrong way down a one-way alley, windows up, lights out, the air thick with stale pot smoke. I know the smell of it -- full and exotic -- cur...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 4, 2003
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    Bite Me - The More Things Change

    Under normal circumstances, news that a diner -- a good diner, one with some age and enough funk and grunge to gladden my blackened little Rust Belt heart -- had redecorated would really piss me off. Why? Because "redecorating" is often a code word f...

    by Jason Sheehan on December 4, 2003
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    Consumed - Can It

    Like a lot of kids in the '70s, Erik Amundson collected and traded beer cans. And like his fellow collectors, he eventually lost interest and moved his cans to the attic. But unlike most kids, Amundson had a mother who didn't trash his collection aft...

    by Marty Jones on December 4, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Pabst Blue Ribbon

    I've always wanted to be the lead singer in a band. Not like Mick Jagger fronting a band rockin' out large stadiums, but more of a Janis Joplin type, pouring my heart out on a small stage in a dark, smoky enclave. Sadly, I can't carry a tune. My own ...

    by Julie Dunn on December 4, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week - Cantina Grille

    Apparently the only Ted-free place in town is Denver International Airport. These days, you can't turn on the television or open the paper without seeing that single word emblazoned on a blank field, or even go to a bar without having a cheap Frisbee...

    by Patrick Osborn on December 4, 2003
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    Total Recall - A meal to remember at Brasserie Rouge.

    We were saying our goodbyes. Laura was inside with her mother, doing the last-minute traveler's waltz of checking tickets and departure times, making sure everyone had their jackets, collecting books that had been shoved up on shelves, fussing with t...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 27, 2003
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    Bite Me - Obsession

    In Japan they'd say it's otaku, or maybe a by-product of otaku -- that passionate, blind obsession with something long gone, something that maybe never existed at all. At Brasserie Rouge (see review), Leigh and Robert Thompson have created a place mo...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 27, 2003
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    Small Bites - Bistro Vendome

    At six months, Bistro Vendome still has the potential to be a great spot. It has all the necessary elements -- a perfect little space with a garden patio tucked away off the street; a talented chef-owner, Eric Roeder, who comes with a pedigree full o...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 27, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Stoli Doli

    If your houseguests have been in town for a full twelve hours and are already grating on your last nerve, impress them with a trip to Denver's newest power center, the Capital Grille, where you can get them nice and sauced up with a few Stoli Dolis (...

    by Julie Dunn on November 27, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week - Hornet

    Let's have a show of hands: Who did something this past weekend that he or she regrets? Okay, me too. But despite my being "overserved" by the Hornet (76 Broadway), I'm pretty sure I have the same complement of friends that I went into the weekend...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 27, 2003
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    Cheese Whiz - Chedd's alert: This time the revolution will be televised, you betcha.

    You know one thing that bugs me about the French? Their cigarettes. Gitanes, in particular. Their boxes are too big; they burn funny; and they taste like a pile of burning hair. But the Frogs love 'em and are absolutely convinced that Gitanes are the...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 20, 2003
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    Bite Me - A Week in the Life

    It started with cheese and ended with a chicken suit. In between, I decided to start a revolution, found myself in three different chain restaurants and almost took a swing at Jesus. It was a weird week, and here's how it shook out Friday --hearts...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 20, 2003
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    Consumed - The Ate Escape

    Most of us can picture the embattled alcoholic, staring down at a tempting glass of vodka and calling a fellow abstainer late at night: "I'm craving a drink and need your help." But a person having the same struggles over a glazed doughnut? That's a ...

    by Marty Jones on November 20, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Chocolate Martini

    Let's be honest: No one goes to the Diamond Cabaret & Steakhouse for its specialty cocktails and rare steaks -- they go for the tits and ass. With its dark-red walls, leather chairs and neon chandeliers, the currently controversial Diamond was the pe...

    by Julie Dunn on November 20, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week - Goosetown Tavern

    The new SAT is the final step in the coddling of America's children, which is ruining society. It started with allowing snowboarders at Vail and continued with the acceptance of ridiculous baggy pants -- the ones with crotches hanging around the knee...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 20, 2003
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    Desperately Seeking Sushi - Hapa Sushi can sometimes leave you cold.

    By the third time I'd driven past the construction site, the workers were getting suspicious. The fourth time, they waved. I was beginning to wonder if mocking motorists was their job, if the building site at First and Josephine was really some sort ...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 13, 2003
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    Bite Me - The Good, the Bad and the Uni

    At Hapa Sushi (see review), you don't have to worry much about rules. Don't sneeze on your neighbor's edamame, don't lick the help, don't stick two chopsticks in your top lip and pretend you're a walrus (they've seen it before, Shecky, and no one thi...

    by Jason Sheehan on November 13, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Midori Kamikaze

    After my friends and I grabbed two open spots at Bowlero Lanes one Saturday night and strapped on our snazzy rental shoes, we placed a friendly little wager: The losing team must buy the next round. And even with a 49-point spread to make up for my b...

    by Julie Dunn on November 13, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week - Irish Hound

    Now that Halloween is over, I'm sure you're counting the days left during which every Target, Barnes & Noble and Best Buy will be filled with a miserable quagmire of people who are apparently unaware that other humans populate the Earth -- running yo...

    by Patrick Osborn on November 13, 2003
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