Chefs and Noodles: A Second Helping of Westword Food & Drink, February 15-19
Amos Watts is now in charge of Old Major's kitchen.
Gretchen Kurtz officially set down the fork and knife at the end of 2015, relinquishing her role as Westword's restaurant critic to spend more time with her family. But she's back this week with the newly revived Chef & Tell series, in which she talks with Amos Watts about his new job as executive chef at Old Major.
This was also a week of noodles, beginning with a dive into a Thai coconut curry dish called khao soi before moving onto our list of the ten best Asian noodle houses in Denver.
In other news:
RESTAURANTS/BARS CLOSING THIS WEEK:*
Cibo, 1560 Boulder Street
Jus Cookin's Restaurant, 840 Tabor Street, Lakewood
Trinity Grille, 1801 Broadway
*Or earlier, and not reported in a previous Second Helping
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