The hottest restaurant story of the week wasn't on Cafe Society but on our news blog, where Michael Roberts reported about a local waitress who got bustedafter lifting a customer's debit card at Rome's Saloon. And then there was actual news about the Denver dining scene: Kevin Taylor's Restaurant Kevin Taylor will be closingat Hotel Teatro at the end of the month, with Prima soon to follow. See also: Restaurant Kevin Taylor and Prima closing at Hotel Teatro Also this week in Cafe Society, Gretchen Kurtz reviewed Bocadillo, which reopened last summer after a year-long hiatus and is serving up simple, delicious dishes. Lori Midson talked to Richard Glover, chef at Fooducopia, about growing up in Botswana, his switch from science to cooking and more in this week's Chef and Tell. And Mark Antonation visited the multi-purpose El Padrino in the most recent installment of A Federal Case.
Also this week, Gretchen Kurtz counted down our five favorite stuffed-dough dishes in Denver. And a Boulder staple, Bacaro, closed after fifteen years on the Pearl Street with a farewell Mardi Gras party.
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