Cafe Society

Reader: Quit Feeding Us Hipster Fine Dining Stories!

We're about to top 200 comments on our story on Denver's first cat cafe, and dozens of people lobbed meatballs at our list of the ten best old-school Italian restaurants, rolled out for the Columbus Day weekend. And what worries this reader? See also: Four Appetizers So Good You Could Make a Whole Meal of Them

Gretchen Kurtz's shout-out to four appetizers so good that you could make a meal of them, including the pork rillete at The Plimoth, our Best New Neighborhood Restaurant in the Best of Denver 2014.

Responds nyislander33:

It would be great if Westword was ever interested in anywhere that wasn't hipster fine dining...
Want a decidedly non-hipster appetizer? Try the Morey Amsterdam ravioli at Saucy Noodle Ristorante, which just marked its fiftieth birthday.

What are your favorite appetizers -- hipster or not -- in town? Post your suggestions below.
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