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Ten Ways the Denver Restaurant Scene Has Changed Over 100 Reviews

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5) Donuts were for cops, and cupcakes were king. 6) Glendale was a place you drove through on your way to Target or I-25, Ballpark was shorthand for where the Rockies play, and the only reason you went down Brighton Boulevard was if you were lost. Exaggeration? Yes -- but only a little bit. 7) Burgers were big. Oh, right, they still are. Keep reading for three more changes on the dining scene.
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Gretchen Kurtz has worked as a writer for 25 years; during that time she's stomped grapes in Napa, eaten b'stilla in Fez, and baked with Buddy Valastro, aka the Cake Boss. Her work has appeared in publications including Boulevard (Paris), Diversion, the New York Times and Westword. Our restaurant critic since 2012, she loves helping you decide where to eat and drink tonight.
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