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    Sex and the City - New York State of Mind

    I was completing my list as the plane banked over lower Manhattan for its final descent into LaGuardia. It went like this. Fucked: Elvis; an Algerian in Paris; a future member of the British Parliament (unnamed); an architect and a poor artist; an...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 18, 2006
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    190 Octane - The Tavern Downtown

    Gas prices are over the top, but alternative-energy folks say we can save fossil fuels by harnessing energy from such sources as the sun and the wind. I recently set out to absorb some energy from both on the rooftop deck of the Tavern Downtown and w...

    by Nancy Levine on May 18, 2006
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    Serioz - Getting a pizza the action.

    I love this time of year. The weather is completely unpredictable, and you can go from summer temps to blizzard conditions in the space of five seconds. But it's totally worth suffering through an unexpected hailstorm that drives down new car prices,...

    by Patrick Osborn on May 18, 2006
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    Walnut Brewery - Denver's brimmng with brewpubs.

    Every time I go to New York, I find myself liking it less and less. It's not the people, the noise, the size -- all that stuff used to bug me, but not so much anymore. Now, after six years and change spent west of the Mississippi, what bothers me mos...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 18, 2006
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    The Great Escape - Domo transports you to a place you've never visited before. But you'll be back.

    The first time I went to Domo, I parked on the wrong side of the building, and I remember the annoying sound of my boots crunching on the gravel parking lot. Gravel anything -- parking lots, roads, driveways -- speaks to me of poverty, of not being a...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 11, 2006
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    Art of the Kill - Kevin Taylor rebuilds his empire.

    One thing about restaurant people: They never sit still for long. Just last month, Kevin Taylor -- who clearly didn't learn his lesson about the difficulties of multi-unit ownership during his last round of closures in '03 and '04 -- announced th...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 11, 2006
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    Apple Rosewater Martini - The Kitchen

    Anyone who has lived in Colorado for more than five minutes has heard of the People's Republic of Boulder. According to Wikipedia, the label "People's Republic of" is placed sarcastically before the name of a left-wing university town and most likely...

    by Nancy Levine on May 11, 2006
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    Wazee Supper Club - Things are looking up with the beerevator.

    This week we continue our series on home improvement, courtesy of the Professor Emeritus for Stereotypical Wisconsin Drinkers, Mayor John Hickenlooper and the Wazee Supper Club (1600 15th Street). The Professor would seem an odd home-improvement tuto...

    by Patrick Osborn on May 11, 2006
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    Mori Japanese Restaurant - Serving sushi for generations.

    Mori is an unusual place. For starters, it's housed in an old VFW post that's done double-duty as a Japanese restaurant since 1948. But the building dates further back than that, to the 1890s, when it was a brothel (and a fairly popular one, from wha...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 11, 2006
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    Sugar Whore - With pastries this good, I'll lie down for Emogene's bad service.

    At Emogene Patisserie et Cafe, it was the bakery cases that hooked me -- a glossy, sluttish, sugar-coated come-on speaking straight to my baser instincts and addictive personality. Biscotti and miniature cheesecakes, chocolate muffins glazed in shiny...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 4, 2006
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    Man Bites Dog - Snappin' back at Steve's.

    Wow. Seriously, wow. You readers never fail to surprise me. I can talk about foie gras and caviar, confess to thoughts of whizzing on a restaurant's carpet -- and it's just another day in the life. But I start talking about hot dogs, and all of a sud...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 4, 2006
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    Nigori Cold Unfiltered Sake - Mori Japanese Restaurant

    From the outside, Mori looks slightly bunkerish, and with its weird VFW sign, I thought I might stumble into a concrete room filled with bitter WWII vets smoking and talking about "the big one." But the minute I stepped inside the bright, streamlined...

    by Nancy Levine on May 4, 2006
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    Famous Daves Barbecue - Pigging out

    Any good Minnesotan, Cheddar Head or even Iowegian knows a great, functional way to decorate the home. That's assuming the women haven't already taken over. Women will worry about filling bathrooms with soap and towels that no one is supposed to use ...

    by Patrick Osborn on May 4, 2006
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    Andres Confiserie Suisse - Dining with the ladies who lunch.

    My sugar-fueled romps through Emogene Patisserie et Cafe (see review) put me in mind of another place in the neighborhood, a longtime bastion of the patissier's and chocolatier's art. Andre's Confiserie Suisse crouches on a corner outside of the stan...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 4, 2006
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    Turkish Delight - Timing is everything at Istanbul Grill.

    The first time I went to Istanbul Grill was about a week after John Lehndorff reviewed the place for the Rocky Mountain News. There were big photocopies of his review on the counter, a whole stack, and the servers were handing them to anyone who aske...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 27, 2006
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    True Crime - Beat and run

    I was running about ten minutes late for dinner at Istanbul Grill on Monday, April 17, and when I pulled into the parking lot, I found it full of police cars. Istanbul owner Emre Karaoglu and his sister-in-law, Gul Kapci, were standing huddled togeth...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 27, 2006
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    Towering Inferno - Pinnacle Club

    The Pinnacle Club occupies the 38th-floor space that housed the swanky Petroleum Club back in Denver's go-go oil days, and not only does it give a feel for the past, but it provides phenomenal views of the Front Range -- all 360 degrees, if you want ...

    by Nancy Levine on April 27, 2006
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    Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar - Dog days

    Coming into turn three on Good Friday, the Mormon Representative and I effectively distanced ourselves from the pack of the damned. Devout types that we are, we decided there was no more fitting way to reflect on our blackened souls than to brew a ba...

    by Patrick Osborn on April 27, 2006
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    House of Kabob - Sticking with it

    For twenty years, House of Kabob has been jammed into this strip mall on Colorado Boulevard, tangled up with other Middle Eastern markets and restaurants. That's twenty years of Persian cuisine, twenty years of kabobs and lamb tongue and herbed yogur...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 27, 2006
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    Ghost of a Chance - Tula deserves to make it.

    I have now been to 250 Josephine Street more times than I can count. The address was predestined to fascinate me. As Papillon, it was ground zero (one of the ground zeros, at least) for Denver at its height of pre-millennium excess: a jumping-and-...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 20, 2006
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