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    Bite Me - Butt Seriously, Folks

    We're coming down to the wire. Before old-guard members of the Denver City Council surrender those big, comfy chairs to ten incoming freshmen, they'll almost certainly vote on a proposed smoking ban for this city. Mayor Wellington Webb has made such ...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 19, 2003
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    Consumed - Cooking With Gas

    A camping trip without fire is as pointless as non-alcohol beer and Boca burgers. Howard Oliver learned that hard lesson back in 1996, when a fire ban at a Colorado campground extinguished his family's plans for campfire cooking. To ensure that no...

    by Marty Jones on June 19, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Vanilla Mudslide

    My idea of a night out at a baseball game is arriving at the bottom of the third inning and leaving at the top of the seventh. During those three-plus innings, chances are extremely good that I won't ever know who's at bat or what the score is; I'll ...

    by Julie Dunn on June 19, 2003
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    Ex Marks the Spot - Aquarela is finally finding its voice.

    It had been two years and three days since I last put on my whites and checks, and the ex-chef was convinced I was getting soft. I used to love my chef's clothes: the clean white jacket -- heavy cotton, starched stiff as a board -- and loose-fitting ...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 12, 2003
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    Bite Me - Going Postal

    Yup, it's that time again: The mailbags here at Bite Me HQ runneth over with letters, faxes, e-mails and the assorted detritus of this strange biz, so before they begin runneth-ing over into the next cubicle, I figured I'd deal with a few of them. ...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 12, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - French Martini

    I've always been curious about the Chinook Tavern, which is named for the gentle westerly winds that warm the Front Range each winter. So after an early evening of shopping in Cherry Creek, we popped in for a much-needed cocktail. Although Chinook is...

    by Julie Dunn on June 12, 2003
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    You're Darn Teuton - Cafe Berlin is the schnitzel!

    The dining room at Cafe Berlin was empty when Laura and I walked past. Next door, Dario's had a few tables, and the smell of roasting meat, garlic and red sauce licking out onto the street would ensure that it soon had a few more. A couple of early d...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 5, 2003
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    Bite Me - The Reign in Spain

    You know things are getting ugly when Charo, of all people, is threatening to drag your ass into court. The cuchi-cuchi girl is shaking all kinds of things at Bart DeLorenzo and his Spanish-themed nightclub/steakhouse empire, Sevilla Entertainment, w...

    by Jason Sheehan on June 5, 2003
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    Consumed - Grazing in the Grass

    Sure, Canada has at least one "mad" cow. But what American beef eaters don't know is that the United States has millions of cows that, if not yet mad, are certainly uncomfortable. "They appear to be happy walking up to a full bunk of grain every morn...

    by Marty Jones on June 5, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Botox Martini

    People have searched for centuries for the fountain of youth -- but now all you need to keep that forehead as smooth as a baby's behind is a shot of botulinum toxin, better known as Botox. And if you're looking to hang with the hippest of the high-en...

    by Julie Dunn on June 5, 2003
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    Bite Me - This Means War!

    I tried to stay out of this fight. Really, I did. Way back in January, I made a promise to keep my nose out of politics and stick to food. I managed to give the whole Freedom fries/Freedom toast controversy a pass, because, frankly, it seemed too ins...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 29, 2003
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    Drink of the Week

    Tom Collins High Street Speakeasy 3862 High Street 303-298-9333 I've always wished I could have partied through the Roaring '20s -- with their bathtubs full of gin, fabulous fashions and gangster-owned, back-alley bars. But now, at the H...

    by Julie Dunn on May 29, 2003
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    Azure Like It - Indigo's chef may be feeling kind of blue, but it doesn't show.

    It was the end of my third meal at Indigo. The dinner plates had been cleared, the white tablecloth combed down. While Julie -- my cover for this night's clandestine activities -- and I were picking at the rag ends of the dessert we'd shared, I waite...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 29, 2003
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    Life Before Frisee - A meal at Bang! takes you back to simpler times -- and tastes.

    Comfort food is dead. I keep hoping that if I say that enough, it will actually come true. Comfort food should be pronounced dead, because it's gone as far as it can go in the white-tablecloth-and-heavy-silver restaurant cosmos. It's a horse th...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 22, 2003
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    Bite Me - A Fish Story

    Five minutes, okay?" "Five minutes. I'll just run in and run out." "Okay." I fiddled with the radio, trying to get something good on the vintage-'70s push-button console. Matt got out of the car, two plastic bags full of Styrofoam takeout bo...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 22, 2003
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    Consumed - Wheat Out

    Carol Fenster was raised on wheat produced on her family's Nebraska farm by her father, an internationally acclaimed wheat grower. For forty years, she, like most Americans, ate a diet heavy in wheat flour. But she also endured four decades of recurr...

    by Marty Jones on May 22, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Streetcar Named Desire

    As Denver's wet and wild spring continues and the South Platte River roars like the mighty, muddy Mississippi, why not head south to New Orleans -- or maybe just Greenwood Village -- and dive into a Streetcar Named Desire, the signature drink at Bour...

    by Julie Dunn on May 22, 2003
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    Slice of Life - New York Pizzeria serves the next best thing to eating there.

    When I'm in need of an energizing, centering, head-clearing taste of the Big Apple, I usually go to New York Pizzeria, a little hole-in-the-wall strip-mall joint in Glendale. But last month, I realized it had been a long time since I'd made a trip ba...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 15, 2003
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    Bite Me - New York State of Mind

    I miss Leon a little already. Don't get me wrong: I'm glad to be back from my East Coast adventure -- but he was something special. To lift a line from the good doctor (Hunter Thompson, that is), Leon was "one of God's own prototypes -- a high-powere...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 15, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Luna-Tic

    A new moon's rising over Denver's bar scene with the Luna Hotel, a super-chic boutique inn that just opened in the heart of LoDo. Saunter up to the stylish street-level bar for some out-of-this-world high-end cocktail creativity, including the signat...

    by Julie Dunn on May 15, 2003
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