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    Bite Me - Second Helping

    A year ago, when foodies around town were all talking about Radek Cerny and the sudden closing of Papillon Cafe (its former home at 250 Josephine Street is now occupied by Indigo) and Radex (now Opal, at 100 East Ninth Avenue), I took a ride out to N...

    by Jason Sheehan on September 4, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Ginger 69

    For a taste of la vie boheme, stroll over to Brasserie Rouge. This new restaurant pours signature European aperitifs and liqueurs, including Pernod, Benedictine and grappa, but nothing says francais like champagne -- and half of Brasserie Rouge's fou...

    by Julie Dunn on September 4, 2003
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    Boti Call - India's knows how to beat the heat.

    We stepped outside, Laura and I, our arms loaded down with takeout boxes, protected by an invisible force field of fennel, anise, clove and curry smells that pushed back the gray ugliness of another suburban parking lot in another suburban strip mall...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 28, 2003
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    Bite Me - Gone Wishing

    Some kids ask for a trip to Disneyland to see the magic rat. Some kids ask for tickets to a baseball game. But when eleven-year-old Galen Batson got his shot, he asked for a road trip to Cape Cod so that he and his two siblings could play music at hi...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 28, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Ouzo

    From fond memories of Detroit's Greek Town to my all-time favorite appetizer -- flaming saganaki -- I have plenty of reasons to wish there was Greek blood flowing through my veins. But since there isn't, I have to content myself with healthy injectio...

    by Julie Dunn on August 28, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week - Sucked into the Vortex

    The crucial question of the morning: Does anybody remember how I cut my hand? I, unfortunately, have no idea -- because last night, we entered the Vortex. That's a term coined by some friends to describe how things tend to spin out of control when...

    by Patrick Osborn on August 28, 2003
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    Love Is All You Need - Be patriotic: Eat at Bambino's.

    What is patriotism but the love of good things we ate in our childhood?" wondered Lin Yutang. Lin, I'm guessing, was not thinking about fettuccine alfredo when he wrote that, but I am. I'm thinking about gloppy alfredo sauce out of a jar from the ...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 21, 2003
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    Bite Me - Something to Chew On

    That Lin Yutang quote on the menu at Bambino's reminded me of other famous words on food by folks considerably brighter than myself. In particular, it reminded me of this long lovely from M.F.K. Fisher in The Gastronomical Me: "People ask me: why...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 21, 2003
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    Consumed - Leg Man

    Smoking is good for Jim Barsness's health. For thirty years, his family has run House of Smoke, a Fort Lupton company that specializes in smoked meats and game. Originally a father-and-sons outfit with a converted refrigerator as its only smoker, ...

    by Marty Jones on August 21, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Cosmo de l'Amour

    The winner of everything from "Best New Chef" to "Best Wine List" in both local and national contests this past year, Adega Restaurant + Wine Bar is definitely Denver's dining darling. But while barrels of accolades have been poured on Adega for the ...

    by Julie Dunn on August 21, 2003
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    Trust the System - Bear Creek Tavern delivers much more than the bare necessities.

    There's a method -- rigorously tested and refined by my friend Andy, an old kitchen buddy -- for determining the quality of a Mexican restaurant before you even sit down. It's quick, scientific and nearly foolproof, and it simply calls for tallying t...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 14, 2003
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    Bite Me - By the Numbers

    Hard-luck stories are like gold in this business. We -- reporters, not cooks (for a change) -- live on this stuff. I mean, who wants to read a story about some guy who went to a bank, got a loan, opened a restaurant and lived comfortably ever after? ...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 14, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Hot & Cold Margarita

    Hipsters have a new hangout: Cielo, the upscale Mexican eatery now open on Lincoln Street that specializes in hot crowds and cool cocktails. After making my way through the roster of ten signature margaritas, my drink of choice is the Hot & Cold Marg...

    by Julie Dunn on August 14, 2003
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    Drunk of the Week

    Sometimes it's good to be a doctor. The other night in LoDo, for example, when those tens of thousands of dollars in tuition debt came in handy for diagnosing a medical emergency. It was a beautiful night, although apparently the folks at Rio Gran...

    by Patrick Osborn on August 14, 2003
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    A Tale of Two Phillies - Man does not live by bread alone -- it's what's sandwiched inside that counts.

    Remember Murphy Brown? I used to watch it a lot, because it was a show about reporters, and since I wanted to be a reporter someday, I considered that research. I didn't know any actual journalists back then -- the closest I came was a high school jo...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 7, 2003
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    Bite Me - Pantry Raid

    Yes, folks, it's finally time to unveil the winners of the first-ever Bite Me World HQ "I Wanna Be a Pantry Cook" recipe contest. Are you excited? I know I am. My faithful staff and I sorted through literally tens of entries before finding these f...

    by Jason Sheehan on August 7, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Pink Lipstick

    Sandwiched between the ultra-hip Lola and the perennially chi-chi Sushi Den, the Pearl Street Grill is an old-school oasis for easygoing drinkers. So why would I go in there and order a Pink Lipstick? Because in addition to offering a wide selection ...

    by Julie Dunn on August 7, 2003
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    Another Roadside Attraction - Let Jalapeo Mexican Grill transport you to Jurez.

    Christ, it's hot. A zillion degrees hot, and this is the thing about Colorado that they never put in the tourist brochures. It's all mountains and deep powder in the winter ads, young ski bunnies with wind-pinked cheeks. In the summer, it's sun-dappl...

    by Jason Sheehan on July 31, 2003
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    Bite Me - A Bite of the Big Apple

    Spies like us: The New York Times travel section gave Denver the full-page treatment on July 20. But in case you missed it, here's a twenty-word recap: Denver is no longer a cowtown; man, they make a lot of beer here; and don't call the new mayor "Hi...

    by Jason Sheehan on July 31, 2003
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    Drink of the Week - Old Man and the Sea

    For me, summertime means lazy afternoons lying on the dock or sailing the Great Lakes. So when my craving for liquid refreshment overflowed one recent evening, I gathered a few fellow Midwesterners and headed to the back patio at Hemingway's Key West...

    by Julie Dunn on July 31, 2003
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