But the best dishes I tried were his finger-food appetizers, the sorts of tidbits I'd put out on trays for a gaggle of gals at a shower — except that my renditions wouldn't look, much less taste, anything like what Mohammad makes. I scalded my mouth stuffing my face with pommes frites: sweet, flawlessly roasted fingerling potatoes dusted with tarragon and a hint of truffle salt, served with tangy garlic aioli and a squeeze of lemon in a little baking dish. And I practically needed a cigarette after the beef carpaccio, silky, paper-thin slices of beef served with a tart, salty caper salad and a nest of field greens cradling a quivering golden egg yolk. Foodgasm. Seriously. Continue reading Laura Shunk's review of the Village Cork. Photos by Mark Manger.
Colin Young-Wolff hit up the top Coachella parties Saturday including A Club Called Rhonda at the Saguaro Hotel and parties by Lacoste, Nylon, Guess, Hard Rock.
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Denver’s first-ever Running of the Gays, a three-block “marathon” along 17th Avenue for men in heels, went down on Sunday afternoon, with one of our own intrepid reporters slipping into a pair of kitten heels for the race (and winning the whole thing, congrats.) Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Westword's annual foodie orgy known as Dish, was held last night, September 22, 2010, at the Exdo Event Center (35th and Walnut), attracting dozens of local restaurateurs, bartenders and a few thousand hungry people. Editorial photography intern Teal Nipp brings back these photos.
The annual KTCL Big Gig concert, held on Saturday, September, 18, featured the Smashing Pumpkins, Chevelle, Anberlin, Flobots, Darling Thieves, Tickle Me Pink and the Locals Only Stage, featuring a slew of local acts on the, well, fittingly dubbed Locals Only Stage. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
They look a little silly and they're just fine with it. Maybe because they're a little drunk, maybe because they just really like beer, they dress like this. Shot by Aaron Thackeray on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at the Great American Beer Festival.
Queen of Sheba owner Zewditu Aboye came to this country in the late '70s after leaving Ethiopia to travel the world, learning to cook along the way. She opened her own place in 1993, in a dilapidated building on Colfax that also houses a hair salon and beauty-supply store, filling the space...
DJ'ing pirates, drinking and partying pirates, zombie pirates and more. As described on its website, "BrethrenCon is by far Coloradoâ€™s largest and most exciting pirate event, and Denverâ€™s first EVER pirate convention!" Kate Levy hit up this pirate convention on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at...