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"Root down" is a jazz term, and at his new restaurant, chef/owner Justin Cucci riffs on all things green. He even recycled an old gas station as part of the ambitious... More »
This French restaurant is now firmly in the hands of chef Jennifer Jasinski and manager Beth Gruitch-Verucchi (the same team that operates Rioja across the... More »
This is not your usual hotel restaurant. Chef Elise Wiggins and her team at Panzano have as their motto "Chi mangia bene, viva bene" (Those who eat well, live well), and... More »
Toast is small and comfortable, with colorful, breakfast-themed art on the walls and decorative toasters lurking in odd corners. Breakfast is still the best meal here, with... More »
The Denver version of the venerable Lucile's is beautiful, just rough enough around the edges to have the feel of authenticity and a decidedly homey vibe. The... More »
Udi's food is amazing: stuff-your-face amazing, go-twice-on-the-same-day amazing. And what's amazing about that is that until recently, Udi Bar-On's business... More »
When you're in the mood to dine with distinction, there's no better place than Ellyngton's. Tucked into a corner of the Brown Palace, this restaurant... More »
For two decades, Racines has been the meeting spot of first and last resort in Denver. Neighbors and power brokers, college kids and yuppies -- it... More »
Few modern influences have slipped in to Bonnie Brae Tavern over the past seventy-odd years. Instead, four generations of the Dire family -- who opened their... More »
Perhaps you've heard about the years-long political struggle to get the City of Boulder to accept the Dushanbe Teahouse after it had already been sent... More »
As a teenager, Matt Skellenger was a fan of Twin Peaks, David Lynch's short-lived television series. He loved the contrast of darkness and light in the show, as well as the conflict and resolution. From a textural standpoint, both of those elements play a part in Skellenger's new album, The Owls Are Not What They Seem; some of the song titles are nods to the show as...
A prominent figure in the late-'40s and early-'50s cool-jazz movement, alto saxophonist Lee Konitz performed on Miles Davis's Birth of the Cool and performed with Lennie Tristano and Warne Marsh around that same time. While a number of players were copping Charlie Parker's sound, Konitz took a different approach, opting for more individual phrasing and tone. The...
Growing up in Boulder, Rudresh Mahanthappa got an early start on the saxophone and studied with Mark Harris — who exposed him to a wide variety of music — before heading to Berklee and DePaul University to study music. Since moving to New York in 1997, the innovative Mahanthappa has gone on to release a number of recordings, either in collaboration with others or under his own...
Bonnie Brae Tavern has been there forever and with good reason. Great place to grab lunch or dinner!Read Full Review
This is an amazingly cool supper club style setting for dinner and music. Highly recommend it!Read Full Review
Great atmosphere. Great food. Fill up your tanks at root down.Read Full Review
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