Biscuits, seafood boils and still more beer: A second helping of Cafe Society, June 24-28
This week, Gretchen Kurtz reviewed The Universal, where the Southern-inspired biscuits are nearly three inches tall, with as "many layers as shale, each one telling a story of the hands that folded it." Mark Antonation continued his trip up Federal Boulevard, with a nostalgic visit to the Crawling Crab. And Lori Midson stopped by Tamayo for a chat with executive chef Arnold Rubio.
Keep reading for a second helping of this week's action on the Denver dining scene.
See also: - New breweries, anniversary parties and festivals highlight this week's beer calendar - Five reasons Paula Deen deserved to get fired - Pizzeria Basta's Kelly Whitaker opening a new restaurant in Denver
Opening this week*: Drakes Haus, 2900 Baseline Road, Boulder Enstrom, 6770 West 52nd Avenue, Arvada Historians Ale House, 24 Broadway Jax, 650 South Colorado Boulevard The Juicing Tree, 1504 Ivanhoe Street Latke Love, 5151 East 28th Avenue Mile High Winery, 2811 Walnut Street Twelve Degree Brewing, 820 Main Street, Louisville The Whittier Pub, 2000 East 28th Avenue
* or earlier, and not included in last week's roundup.
Any news we missed on Cafe Society this week? Post it in the comments section below. And remember, you can write your own review of any of the places mentioned on Cafe Society by clicking on their Voice Places link.
Watch Cafe Society on Monday for our Restaurant Roll Call for June.
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