Cafe Society

Reader: Whatever its origins, the food at Cafe Brazil is authentically good

Cafe Brazil serves up some of Denver's favorite dishes -- Brazilian or not -- including Cazuela Colombiana, which is one of our 100 Favorite Dishes. It's a favorite of Ryan, too, who wrote this:

Chef Tony is equal parts craftsman and artist -- this dish is one of his masterpieces...

(WARNING!!! - if you are OCD about defining what "is" and what "isn't" Brazilian food, you will miss an opportunity to enjoy the brilliance, passion and consistent quality that Chef Tony, Mauricio Zorrilla and the staff at Cafe Brazil have delighted Denver diners with for 15 or so years.)

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