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    MOUTHING OFF

    Beer today, gone tomorrow: The upscaling of LoDo continues, with a facelift of the venerable--and appropriately named--Terminal Bar now under way. The last time this watering hole at 17th Avenue and Wazee tried something new, owner Nancy Archer--hers...

    by Kyle Wagner on March 1, 1995
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    PRIME RIBS

    It usually starts with the word "ribs." Maybe someone tickles me there, or a television commercial talks about something sticking to them, or I'm at church and the preacher mentions Adam. No matter how the word gets there, though, once it's in my bra...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 22, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Bust of Denver: It has been brought to my attention that an impostor lurks in some of the town's better neighborhoods. A glossy publication called Entree bills itself as "The Best of Denver Menus," but it has nothing to do with Westword's annual Best...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 22, 1995
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    PLEASED TO MEAT YOU

    The bleached blonde wet her lips, leaned forward and pressed her hand dramatically against the mammoth mammary glands that were on the verge of busting out of her black evening dress like two fat kids escaping an overheated car. "The problem with DIA...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 15, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Brew send me: Colorado is becoming the "Napa Valley of the beer world." Or so says the Association of Brewers, a national organization that just happens to be located in Boulder, in close proximity to some of the finest beers being produced in the Un...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 15, 1995
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    A SLICE OF HEAVEN

    Either they're uptight about wearing pajamas in public, or that salmon was the last friend they had, because the guys behind sushi bars rarely smile. They solemnly wield their knives like sculpting tools, quietly creating works of art and then handin...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 8, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    At your service: One of the questions I'm asked most frequently (though not always this bluntly) is, "Who the hell do you think you are to review restaurants?" The easy answer is that Westword told me I was the restaurant reviewer. But my background ...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 8, 1995
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    GARDEN OF EATIN'

    Good things come in small packages. And truly exceptional things are coming out of a tiny, nine-table restaurant in northwest Denver. Reservations have been a must almost from the moment the clumsily titled Today's Gourmet Highland's Garden Cafe ...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 1, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    In the suds: What Coors Brewing Company and Anheuser-Busch each want you to learn on a tour of their breweries is that their product is the tastiest beer made from the finest ingredients by a corporation dedicated to honesty, integrity and whatever o...

    by Kyle Wagner on February 1, 1995
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    THE FALAFEL TRUTH

    My husband was born in the United States, but trust me--that doesn't make him qualified to open an American restaurant in another country. Yet many restaurateurs who move here would have you believe that the only credential they need to establish a c...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 25, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Chew on this: The Colorado Restaurant Association predicts that $4.2 billion will be spent at Colorado restaurants in 1995. If the number of establishments that have recently opened is any indication, half of that money will flood Cherry Creek. R...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 25, 1995
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    A GRILL FROM THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD

    The north Boulder neighborhood has always seemed slightly out of step, a modest Fifties enclave in a town that's otherwise consciously--and constantly--at the cutting edge. But the area took a great leap forward with the update of the North Broad...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 18, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Movers and bakers: In an attempt to save the noble art of pie-making from extinction, Scott Meyerson opened Granny Scott's Pie Shop at 3333 South Wadsworth a few weeks ago. Although there's no actual Granny here--just Scott, a Culinary Institute of A...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 18, 1995
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    MOUTH OF THE BORDER

    Although I've done time in several major cities, I'd never before encountered the number of so-called Mexican restaurants I found in Denver. Miami certainly has more than its fair share, but at least in that city the repertoire stretches far beyond t...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 11, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Wheels of misfortune: In November, the U.S. government fined Barolo Grill for violating Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act. That's a short summary of a convoluted case that's left a bitter taste around town. Much of the restaurant c...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 11, 1995
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    GRIDDLES IN THE MIST

    It's a brilliant concept: Let diners cook their own food. Not only does the restaurant save the cost of a grill man, but it also erases any annoying misconceptions about how long it takes food to cook--and how fast a kitchen should work. The idea...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 4, 1995
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Gift of Gabby: Nothing I've written in over a year at Westword has garnered more response than my December 21 Mouthing Off column about Pat "Gabby Gourmet" Miller. Not surprisingly, no one called to defend her practice of eating free at local restaur...

    by Kyle Wagner on January 4, 1995
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    A MATTER OF COURSE

    My family was always known for its progressive thinking, but never more so than on New Year's Eve. Every year, instead of driving downtown and getting drunk, we stayed close to home and got drunk. This happened during the annual progressive dinne...

    by Kyle Wagner on December 28, 1994
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    HOLIDAY INN

    It's that time of year when your company, which is filled with employees who normally can't stand each other, hosts a festive luncheon outside the office where those same employees can overindulge and exchange such enchanting, thoughtful gifts as cof...

    by Kyle Wagner on December 21, 1994
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    MOUTHING OFF

    Read all about it: Pat "Gabby Gourmet" Miller's new dining guide is out--but it's mostly leftovers. With the exception of profiles of restaurants that have opened in the last two years, it's a rehash of the same reviews she and her husband, Mark, pri...

    by Kyle Wagner on December 21, 1994
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