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Z happy hour at Z Cuisine A Cote, Patrick DuPays's tres charmant watering hole for hipster Francophiles and displaced Parisians, peddles plates that are nearly too pretty to eat, chief among them a gorgeous charcuterie board stamped with French and local cheeses, pate de champagne, pork shoulder rillettes, an assortment of chutneys, candied pecans, petite cornichons and olives. Order one for yourself, then pair the pickings with a lovely glass of French wine, preferably a rose, and bow in reverence to the passionate (and smolderingly sexy) Frenchman who makes living the happy-hour high life a Highland habit you won't want to break.
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Patrick and Lindy are wonderful people. Patrick puts a lot of care into his food, and the flavors and presentation are divine. Also check out A Cote, the wine bar next door for great happy hour wine specials, yummy apps and super friendly staff.
Francophiles have flocked to Z Cuisine from the moment it opened in 2005, comforted by its warm service, seduced by its small, neighborhood feel, and bewitched by the restorative cooking of chef/owner Patrick DuPays, whose French bistro eats continue to make us swoon. Mirroring the boards in Paris, Z's menu is filled with charcuterie, foie gras, hearty beef bourguignon and whatever else DuPays, a resolute advocate of local foods and a farmers' market regular, discovers during the day's... More »
A coveted seat at the frolicsome bar of Z Cuisine, chef/owner Patrick Dupays's lovely French bistro, is still one of the most pleasurable spots to spend an enchanting Denver evening, especially when you can share the time and a bottle of wine with a like-minded devotee who appreciates the virtues of Z Cuisine as much as you do. From day one, Dupays has blessedly stood his ground, archly resisting conceit and never falling prey to culinary clichés or gimmicks. And we should be... More »
It begins with the assiette de charcuterie maison -- the house meat plate, a delirious mix of pâté and rillette and cheeses and sausage and cornichons and chutney and more. From there -- from that best of all possible beginnings -- Z Cuisine's menu blooms outward into a board that might include foie gras marinated in sauternes, pork belly brined in white wine and served with caramelized skin, oxtail crepes, cassoulet and lamb Niçoise. Chef Patrick Dupays... More »
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