Two very different places, one from my memory, one from Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood, are on review in Cafe this week. The first had no name that I can recall. The second is Fisher Clark Urban Delicatessen, the latest project of Mary Clark (of Bluepoint fame) and Adam Fisher, ex of Panzano, and just about the perfect neighborhood grocery and sandwich shop.
In Bite Me, I talk a bit with Clark about her crew at Fisher Clark and their multitudinous talents, and also offer an update on Eric Laslow and some of the restaurants where he put his tragic mark before fleeing Colorado for the sands of New Mexico.
More important, though, is what’s on tap for next week, which is when the Best of Denver 2008 hits the stands. In the restaurant section alone, there are awards in almost 200 categories. It's the best, most complete, most comprehensive guide to eating out in the city of Denver that I can possibly offer
Until I grow a second stomach, that is. -- Jason Sheehan.