Cafe Society

So pho, so good: A second helping of Cafe Society June 1-7

This week Mark Antonation served up round three in his loo at Denver's finest stretch of noodle bars, with a meal at Pho Duy. Gretchen Kurtz returned to Oak at Fourteenth in Boulder, a restaurant she reviewed two years ago before a disastrous fire, and found it bigger -- and better -- than ever. And for Chef and Tell, Lori Midson interviewed Duy Pham, who's back in Denver and doing big things from a little kitchen at Epernay. See also: - 100 Favorite Dishes: Lamb tartare at Epernay - Pizza, pizza, pizza: Restaurant roll call for May - News, brews, reviews: A second helping of Cafe Society May 25-31 That's just a taste of the sixty stories posted on Cafe Society, where we also chronicled the latest openings and closings on the Denver dining scene.

Opened this week: Beer by Design, 2100 East 112th Avenue, Northglenn BRU Handbuilt Ales and Eats, 5290 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder Gypsy Cafe and Parlor, 23rd and Champa streets The Hawt Dog & Sausage Eatery, 3030 East Second Avenue (reopened) Truffle Table, 2556 15th Street

Closed this week: Buffalo Doughboy Bakery, 1298 South Broadway

Any news we missed on Cafe Society this week? Post it in the comments section below. And you can write your own review of any of the places mentioned on Cafe Society by clicking on their Voice Places link.


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