Reader: When I Want to Sit at a Counter, I Go to Pete's Kitchen

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Chef's counters are becoming increasingly important features at local restaurants, including Brazen Neighborhood Eatery, the new restaurant in northwest Denver that Gretchen Kurtz reviews this week. In fact, Brazen rates our list of the twelve best chef's counters in Denver, which we rolled out yesterday. But did we miss one?

See also: The Twelve Best Chef's Counters in Denver

Says Joe:

I love a great dining experience and watching experienced chefs execute their craft. With that being said, if I want to be in the middle of the action and sit at a counter, I'll go to Pete's Kitchen.

When you want to watch a chef in action, where do you go?

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