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Sam Taylor's gets to the meatless of the matter

7 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
It's hard to imagine anything more meaty than BBQ. It is a cuisine based entirely on the flesh of the pig, the cow and, in some cases, the chicken. So it's no surprise that a BBQ joint owner might hang up on a sales rep trying to sell him vegan...
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Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Que - Closed

Sam Taylor's does its barbecue wet -- slathered in a thick, sticky, gloss-black sauce, a Tennessee-meets-Kansas City riff that packs both heat and sweet. The gigantic, slow-smoked pork ribs are...
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A second Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Que, at your service

7 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
A dozen years ago, Sam Taylor moved his barbecue operation from City Park to 435 South Cherry Street in Glendale, where Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Que continues to serve up ribs so finger-licking good that you need a hot towel at the end of your meal. And now Taylor's doubled the fun:...
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Sam Taylor’s Bar-B-Q

10 years ago by Jason Sheehan
The worst thing about barbecue is waiting for it. I hit Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Q during a shift change last week, and I had to wait fifteen whole minutes -- which is about fourteen whole minutes longer than I'm comfortable waiting for anything. I have what you might call an impulse-control...
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After fifteen years, Sam Taylor's Bar-B-Q has closed its doors...making way for a third Sam's No. 3

4 years ago by Lori Midson
For nearly fifteen years, Sam Taylor, owner and pitmaster of his namesake barbecue joint, occupied a no-frills space at 435 South Cherry Street, but after serving brisket, bones, pork and chicken to a longtime posse of regulars (ironically, Taylor also catered a Pretenders concert back in 2009 for a very-vegan...
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Rock and Roll, Harleys and Happily Ever After: Denver Music Couple Hits the Road

16 days ago by Mariah Taylor
In the 1980s and '90s, the Denver band Ironwood Rain “turned some heads,” according to former frontman Scotte Burns. He talks about his years of making music without remorse, shedding no tears when describing the fact that music is no longer a part of his life. For Scotte, navigating downtown has...
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The Ten Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar, August 26-28

1 month ago by Westword
Have you purchased your tickets to DISH, Westword's annual celebration of the Denver dining scene? More than forty of our favorite restaurants will be at Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex serving tasty bites; there will also be beverage samples from our beer sponsor, Stella Artois, and a special corner...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Mike Giant

2 months ago by Susan Froyd
Graffiti purist, occasional tattoo artist, REBEL8 clothing designer and fine artist Mike LeSage, better known to the world as Mike Giant, came of age in the Albuquerque skateboard culture, a milieu he absorbed into his professional life. In the Shepard Fairey mold, he leads a double creative life, leaving his...
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Sam Beall, R.I.P.: Tennessee Luxury Hotelier Killed Skiing at Beaver Creek

7 months ago by Michael Roberts
Last month, we noted that skiing deaths at Colorado resorts have been down compared to recent years. To that point, we'd only written about two fatal skiing accidents in 2016: Logan Salviano died at Vail and Boulder artist Jason Taylor passed away at Keystone, both during January. In the conclusion of...
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Westword Music Showcase Lineup by Venue: Vinyl

3 months ago by John Nicholl
Club Vinyl, one of Denver's hottest nightclubs, will be featuring music on both its main stage as well as its rooftop patio for this year's Westword Music Showcase. The club is known for its four levels, each of which present its own vibe and style of music. The rooftop area...

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