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Five Tips for Eating Oysters From Chef Sheila Lucero

2 years ago by Mark Antonation
In this week's Chef & Tell, we talked to Sheila Lucero, executive chef over the five Jax Fish House locations in Colorado and Missouri, about her commitment to sustainable seafood and about eating oysters. Lucero recently met with members of congress in Washington D.C. to convince them to preserve the...

Twenty-Something for Twenty-Somethings: Dive Into Your Week With Fish N Beer

2 years ago by Kelsey Colt
Fish N Beer sits on the same RiNo block that also holds Hop Alley, our pick for the Best New Restaurant of 2015. But this restaurant brings a very different menu to the table — seafood, both in the classic fish house style and in more modern interpretations.

Edison's Sarah Slaton on Writing Music From a Van

2 years ago by John Nicholl
In the last year, Denver's indie-folk trio Edison has been on a seemingly meteoric rise to the top of the local scene. The band started playing together in late 2014, after singer/guitarist Sarah Slaton met drummer and multi-instrumentalist Dustin Morris when she was opening up a tour with his previous band.

Six Stops for Slurping on National Oyster Day — Saturday, August 5

2 years ago by Tracy Block
Oysters are an all-around celebratory saltwater delicacy, from sweet, jagged-edge West Coast varieties to salty-smooth East Coast offerings. So, what’s a Denver oyster enthusiast to do when the nearest body of saltwater is hundreds of miles away? Luckily, several Mile High outposts are going out of their way this Saturday...

The Eight Tastiest Events on Denver's Culinary Calendar, February 27-March 3

2 years ago by Chris Utterback
Yes, Denver Restaurant Week is going on, but there are more tasty events beyond the prix-fixe menus at hundreds of eateries: wine dinners, benefits and a two-fisted beer dinner. And remember, March is Oyster Month. Here are the most delicious events happening this week. Monday, February 27 Denver Restaurant Week...

High West Oyster Fest Attracts Shuckers and Eaters for a Good Cause

3 years ago by Mark Antonation
Dave Query, founder of Jax Fish House and the Big Red F restaurant group (which now totals eleven eateries), has been running an annual oyster contest in some form since 1998, the year he launched the first Jax Oyster Eating Contest. The event has grown and evolved over the years...

From Lobster to Duck: Menu Changes at Two Neighborhood Eateries

3 years ago by Mark Antonation
Here are a couple of changes at two Denver neighborhood restaurants, from new lunch hours at a Lowry Chinese kitchen to summer specials on South Broadway seafood. The first, Lucky Cat, is brand new to town, while the second, the Chowder Room, has been ladling up seafood soups and other...

Gathering of the Clouds

As monikers go, Overcasters is a magnificent name for a rock-and-roll band, especially one as noisy, tempestuous and imposing as the outfit that Kurt Ottaway leads. It also happens to be an apt metaphor for the ominous pall that's hung over the musician's endeavors from the very beginning. Every significant...

Summer News and Menus From the Chowder Room, Spuntino and Max's Wine Dive

4 years ago by Mark Antonation
For small restaurants that rely on the seasonal availability of meats and proteins to shape their menus, summer means a big shift in theme and ingredients. Warming winter dishes give way to lighter, brighter fare, but there are also a few surprises that don't necessarily seem summery unless you're tapped...

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