Last Sunday night, on the lovely property of Colorado's Best Beef Ranch, Phil Armstrong waxed poetic about Hush Denver's mission to highlight the people who create great restaurants.
It was the launch dinner of Hush Boulder, and the chef and restaurant Armstrong extolled was Tim Payne, executive chef of Terroir in Longmont. "Tim Payne and Terroir are the kind of restaurant that we believe in," said Armstrong, just before the fantastic food and surprisingly good Colorado wines from Plum Creek, Canyon Wind and Two Rivers began making their way to the table -- and making me a believer.
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