Food & Dining
 

Two of Denver’s best-known food halls overhaul their lineups

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/28 2:00A Jonathan Shikes
Upscale food halls are seemingly everywhere in metro Denver, offering diners a chance to try new kinds of cuisine as well as startup concepts from both experienced and new chefs and restauranteurs....

A beloved Denver bookstore and wine bar will close after nearly a decade

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 9/27 2:00A Megan Ulu-Lani Boyanton
BookBar, a beloved bookshop and wine bar, will close its doors for good at the end of next January, with the owner blaming fatigue and rising costs. On Monday, owner Nicole Sullivan broke the news that her business at 4280 Tennyson St. will...

King of Wings will open a second location, with more beer and a tequila bar

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/20 3:37A Jonathan Shikes
Eddie Renshaw gets hungry talking about his own food which is a good sign since he’s been grilling chicken wings nonstop at home and at work for seven years. But fans of King of Wings, the food truck-turned-restaurant that Renshaw owns with Evan...

Metro Denver’s growing sprawl now has a hard southern boundary

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 9/19 2:00A John Aguilar
CASTLE ROCK When the first houses go up in the Dawson Trails neighborhood in Castle Rock in a couple of years, it will mark the beginning of the end of metro Denver s decades-long southward migration....

Punch Bowl Social founder takes a swing at pickleball in Centennial

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/17 2:00A Lily O Neill
Two years after Robert Thompson resigned from Punch Bowl Social, the restaurateur is reentering the local entertainment scene. “I’ve been in the ‘eatertainment’ industry most of my career, so I thought there were other interesting things to do,”...

The only challah recipe you’ll ever need (and it gets you a babka, too)

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/16 5:00A The New York Times News Service
By Claire Saffitz , The New York Times If you don’t have the patience for breadmaking (or for baking at all), chances are you’ll still find challah, the enriched bread often served on the Jewish sabbath and during the High Holy Days, not only...

One of the suburbs’ best taco joints now has a Denver outpost

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 9/15 2:00A Tiney Ricciardi
Tacos Selene, voted the second-best taco shop on the Front Range by readers of The Denver Post, is finally staking its claim in the Mile High City. Carmen and Enedino Gonzalez started the business as a food truck in the 1990s before opening...

Hacienda Colorado Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Aurora BubbleLife iReporter 9/14 5:23P Stephanie Patrick
Highlighting local non-profit supporting richness of Mexican culture in Colorado allows everyone to get involved in honoring contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans   Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated across the country from September 15...

The dreamiest shrimp pasta anchors this summery menu

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/14 5:00A The New York Times News Service
By David Tanis , The New York Times There’s an eye-popping display at the farmers’ market right now. If you feel like cooking, meander the overflowing vegetable stalls, grab anything and take it home...

Peanut butter-glazed salmon and more recipes to make at home this week

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/13 7:00A The New York Times News Service
By Emily Weinstein , The New York Times Hello, everyone. I missed writing to you when I was out on my summer vacation, though I didn’t miss trying to come up with different ways to say “delicious.”...

Huckleberry Roasters nabs former Allegro Coffee space on Tennyson

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/9 2:00A Lily O Neill
When Koan Goedman was getting ready to open Huckleberry Roasters’ first coffee shop , he would often visit a nearby hardware store on Tennyson Street for last-minute nuts and bolts. “I’d always run in...

Koko Ni opening permanent spot in RiNo after a trial run at Zeppelin Station

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 9/8 11:07A Jonathan Shikes
After a 14-month run in the Zeppelin Station food hall, the founders of Koko Ni plan to open a standalone restaurant at 1441 26th St. in the River North Art District. Koko Ni has been praised for its unusual combination of Japanese seafood and...
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