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    Bite Me - Kinda Blue

    It's been a rough year for the food business. The economy's still in the tank, and yet more and more restaurants are opening, creating more and more seats for diners willing to spend less and less. If I were a pessimist, I'd call it an inescapable sp...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 13, 2004
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    Consumed - Proof Positive

    If Jess Graber has his way, someday he'll be the Jack Daniel of Colorado. "These," he says, pointing to two 52-gallon oak barrels at his feet, "are the first two legal barrels of whiskey ever made in the state of Colorado." They're also the first...

    by Marty Jones on May 13, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Rio Margarita

    I usually dislike a bar that limits my alcohol consumption. But even I have to admit that, for drinkers like myself who may suffer serious self-control issues after a few cocktails, the Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant's "Limit 3" margarita policy reall...

    by Julie Dunn on May 13, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Stampede

    After a long hiatus at the Larry Hagman and David Crosby Memorial Cabana for the Liver Impaired, Dr. Etiquette has returned to his top position at the Institute of Drinking Studies. His first area of research: Stampede (2430 South Havana Street in Au...

    by Patrick Osborn on May 13, 2004
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    The Waiting Game - Bistro Vendome marks an important milestone.

    Three months. For most critics, that's the amount of time that must pass before a brand-new restaurant is considered fair game for a review. Ostensibly, three months should be long enough for a place to survive its opening jitters, find a true tone a...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 6, 2004
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    Bite Me - A Square Deal

    Dean was the son of a wino, one of the most tottering bums on Larimer Street, and Dean had in fact been brought up generally on Larimer Street and thereabouts. He used to plead in court at the age of six to have his father set free. He used to beg in...

    by Jason Sheehan on May 6, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Wet Princess

    While numerous nightclubs have sprung up in Denver over the past year, many have already dried up and blown away. But not Lotus: The Union Station discotheque is in full bloom. Brought to us by the owners of the swank Mynt True Lounge and Blue 67, th...

    by Julie Dunn on May 6, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Hemingway's Key West Grille

    One recent Thursday at Hemingway's Key West Grille (1052 South Gaylord Street), we found ourselves spinning back into the Vortex. I don't know whether the patio out back was infused with a particularly virulent type of spring fever or we were simp...

    by Patrick Osborn on May 6, 2004
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    For Pete's Sake - Welcome to Greek Town, a place where memories are made -- and revived.

    This was one of those weekends when too much introspection and too many bad memories had turned me sour, when anything could trigger an avalanche of old junk down in my subconscious basement, raising dust and making my head hurt. Some ill-timed souvl...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 29, 2004
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    Bite Me - Bacon Bits

    A study released last week by the big brains at the Brookhaven National Laboratory has finally proven something I've known all along: Bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches are addictive. Like cigarettes, heroin and reruns of the original Star Trek, cer...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 29, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Ten High Bourbon Whiskey and 7-Up

    This Saturday is my favorite holiday: Kentucky Derby Day. In keeping with a tradition set forth long ago by my grandmother, I'm decorating a big hat with lots of ribbon and flowers, mixing up a batch of strong mint juleps and hosting a garden party. ...

    by Julie Dunn on April 29, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Sancho's Broken Arrow

    There are many time-honored traditions that guys hold dear. Super Bowl parties, spring break, annual hunting or fishing trips, golf outings, bachelor parties. Especially bachelor parties. We're a sentimental bunch and feel very deeply that every guy ...

    by Patrick Osborn on April 29, 2004
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    Bye-Bye, Brazil - Tucanos is pleased to meat you, but nothing more.

    I have yet to become acclimated to the vastness of the American West. It's been almost five years since I left New York (the state), longer since I spent any significant amount of time in New York (the city), and still, my internal cartography remain...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 22, 2004
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    Bite Me - Just Ask Me

    Welcome to the first round of what will soon be America's all-time favorite question-and-answer game: Ask the Critic. The mailroom here at Bite Me HQ is always deluged with questions about the Denver dining scene and food in general. And while my fai...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 22, 2004
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    Consumed - Salt of the Earth

    John Jewsbury's list of America's best corned-beef cities is short: New York, Chicago, Denver. What? "When I first started here," Jewsbury says, "people always said, 'Ah, you can't get good corned beef in Denver.' I've had to prove them wrong." A ...

    by Marty Jones on April 22, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Lenin Martini

    Prepare for an out-of-this-universe experience at Sputnik, a Broadway lounge named for the world's first artificial satellite, which was launched by Russia in 1957. To fuel your flight, down several sweet Lenin Martinis ($7), made with vodka, Grand M...

    by Julie Dunn on April 22, 2004
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    Drunk of the Week - Blue Line Bar and Grill

    You know it's going to be a good night when less than an hour into the proceedings, the Head of Research says, "I'm not even hungry anymore." Since this came after not a seven-course meal, but two hot wings, two Coors Lights and three shots of someth...

    by Patrick Osborn on April 22, 2004
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    Something's Fishy - Junz has a few beautiful moments -- but they don't add up to much.

    It was a beautiful piece of fish. Generously cut from mid-body with a gentle, mathematically pleasing slope from the thick flank to the thinner, slightly more tough back quarter. The lovely white flesh was shiny with oil, golden-brown on the top and ...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 15, 2004
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    Bite Me - Travelin' Man

    Chef Jun Makino's resum may boast a connection to Jean-Louis Palladin (see review, page 65), but he's not the only hometown boy who's made good outside of the Rocky Mountain West. Denver's kitchen community is chock-full of chefs who've done time wi...

    by Jason Sheehan on April 15, 2004
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    Drink of the Week - Strip and Go Naked

    With the resounding thwack! of wooden bats, baseball joyfully returned to downtown Denver this week. And while I don't particularly enjoy watching the slow-paced game, I truly love the spring-summer drinking season that accompanies it. When I want to...

    by Julie Dunn on April 15, 2004
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