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LoHi SteakBar is one of the stranger animals to come out of the second-generation gentrification of the Highland area. A neighborhood place that is both upscale and casual at the same time, it is a steakhouse writ small, a local tavern and a destination restaurant all rolled into one. Service is professional, the room is comfortable, and the menu is simple and straightforward, with plenty of bar snacks and a solid spread of entrees for those looking for something more substantial. And since chef Sean Kelly is working behind the burners, all of the food is very, very good.
During this weekend's good weather, people were packing every patio in LoHi, hanging out of every window in the neighborhood hangouts. But even last week, as the snow was falling, people crowded into ... More »
In just a few short hours, the Best of Denver 2013 will start hitting the street -- and the web. This year's edition is packed with more than 400 winners (we're still counting). One of the most antici... More »
Every year on the third Thursday in November, the world celebrates Beaujolais Nouveau, field-fresh young red wines from France that are meant to celebrate the harvest and be enjoyed right away. This S... More »
Boulder may have been knocked out of our Street 16 neighborhood tournament (look for the winner later today), but it was Cafe Society's pick for the Best Food Neighborhood in our Best of Denver 2012 -... More »
I really enjoy this restaurant for many occasions. You can be dressed up and headed out for a night on the town or come in with your chucks and baseball cap and still feel completely at home. They have a great menu with awesome drink specials throughout the week. The steak salad is my personal favorite paired with half off wine night, priceless. Two biggest perks of this place....late night food and big goblets for beer, perfection.
Thank Sean Kelly, exec chef of LoHi SteakBar, for the best chocolate pudding in town. There are other sugar finales on his menu -- slices of pie from Living the Sweet Life Bakery, sorbet and ice cream from neighboring Little Man and a fantastic banana split -- but it's the housemade double chocolate pudding, a luxuriously thick, excessively rich, astonishingly good confection of semi-sweet Callebaut chocolate, milk, sugar and cocoa crested with whipped cream and chocolate shavings,... More »
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