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Readers: Is Denver Central Market, Opening Today, Just an Artisan Food Court?

4 hours ago by Westword Staff
The long-awaited Denver Central Market officially opens today at 2669 Larimer Street, with eleven vendors purveying foodstuffs — from produce to fresh seafood to complete meals you can eat on-site. You can grab drinks, too. Developer Ken Wolfe, who's lived in the RiNo neighborhood for years, partnered with restaurateur Jeff Osaka...
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Our Ten Best Food & Drink Lists of the Year — So Far

1 day ago by Westword Staff
Through the year we've been tasting food in restaurants new and old, hanging out in Denver's watering holes, taking notes about everywhere that you can find noteworthy edible and drinkable items in this town — and compiling our findings into lists of the best for your easy reference. To make...
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Kool-Aid Pickles: The Next Big Soul-Food Trend?

2 days ago by Mark Antonation
Adrian Miller knows his soul food and barbecue. He's an accredited barbecue judge and author of Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time, so he doesn't just eat soul food, he studies its history, travels the country talking to professional and home cooks, and...
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The Dishes of DISH 2016: Chicken Confit Tacos From Degree Food + Drink

2 days ago by Westword Staff
There are only two more days until Westword's DISH, our annual celebration of the Denver dining scene, which returns Sunday, September 25, for its 22nd year. The festival of food will take over Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, where dozens of local restaurants will offer samples of their best dishes, including...
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Montbello Fights Against Food Desert, Old Rep About Gangs and Crime

10 days ago by Michael Roberts
This week's news about two deaths in Montbello over a 24 hour span couldn't have come at a worse time. Today, Angelle Fouther, chairperson of the Montbello Organizing Committee (MOC), and other neighborhood leaders are scheduled to gather at the chambers of Denver mayor Michael Hancock to meet with representatives of grocery...
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From Irish to Italian: A Second Helping of Westword Food & Drink, September 19-23

2 days ago by Westword Staff
This week was marked by the announced closings of two of Denver's favorite bars: the Campus Lounge on South University, and the Celtic Tavern (along with the attached Delaney's Pub) in LoDo. Both will have send-offs this weekend before locking the doors. And both could return soon in some form...
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Rayme Rossello on Comida, Food Trucks, the Source and Her First Gordita

11 days ago by Laura Shunk
When fifteen-year-old Rayme Rossello landed her first job — waiting tables in New York City — she just wanted to make a quick buck. “I wanted to be an actress for my whole growing up, so I thought that would be my main focus,” she says. But a few years...
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Reader: Hipsters Do Not Understand Ethnic Foods or Chocolate

26 days ago by Westword
Squeaky Bean's Johnny Ballen and his partners will open a new place today: Cochino Taco, a Mexican cantina that's transformed a former gas station into what's sure to become a hip, happening place in a quiet area of Englewood hungry for more eateries. But some readers didn't wait for the...
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Barolo Grill Team Plans Chow Morso for Avanti Food & Beverage

18 days ago by Mark Antonation
Ryan Fletter started working at Barolo Grill in 1994 — the year it opened — and took ownership of the Cherry Creek stalwart just over a year ago, after putting in nearly twenty years there (with a few brief stints away from the restaurant). Now, for the first time in...
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Musicians Gregory Alan Isakov, DJ Cavem Offer Food for Thought

21 days ago by Westword
Food for thought comes from our music section, which recently visited musician Gregory Alan Isakov, who'll headline at Red Rocks tonight, on his four-acre farm just outside of north Boulder. Isakov, who was born in South Africa and raised in Philadelphia, originally moved to Colorado to go to horticulture school. He’s...

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