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Dine Out for a Cause: Dining Out for Life

Dining Out For Life benefits Project Angel Heart

Project Angel Heart

Project Angel Heart is without a doubt one of Colorado’s most important charities, providing meals to our state’s homebound residents with life-threatening illnesses.  So many of the Coloradans served by the program are in a position where they must choose between paying other essential bills and buying food, and without receiving meals from Project Angel Heart, they would no longer be ... Read More »

The Flat-Out Best 24/7 Restaurants in Denver

DiningOut's The List

The moment you’ve been waiting for is here: the everything-food-and-drink list to end all lists. We’re undertaking a rather ambitious project—a year-long endeavor that lays out our flat-out best picks of the most exceptional culinary experiences in Denver and Boulder. We’ll cover the usual suspects: tacos and ramen, for example. Pizza and burgers, too. But think of this as the Herculean ... Read More »

Prime Picks Winners: Margaritas

These Mile High masters won your votes for classic or creative marg

La Loma

With Cinco de Mayo—and Denver’s own Top Taco Festival—nearly upon us, it seems fitting that we pay homage to the best margaritas in the land. Let’s be honest; there are a lot of spots to choose from in Denver and Boulder, but you landed squarely on these top three. Dig in and drink up—and don’t forget the tacos. Number 1 ... Read More »

12 Places to Celebrate (or Drown Your Sorrows) on Tax Day

Relief is necessary

Planning on spending your refund? Or do you need a stiff one to drown your #taxday sorrows? Here are 12 spots to splurge or save for Tax Day. Capitol Hill Refund: White Lies {800 Sherman Street, Denver; 303.955.1205} Bejeweled snifters of whiskey and elaborate craft concoctions await at coffee shop-turned-swank cocktail bar White Lies. With 15 signature cocktails offered at $10 a ... Read More »

Brunch O’ Clock: The Post Chicken & Beer

Fried chicken heaven

Post Chicken and Beer

Born out of a love of hot chicken and cold beer, the newest outpost of The Post Chicken & Beer {2220 South Broadway, Denver; 720.466.5699} landed in Rosedale—and or South Broadway—neighborhood this past January. The fast-casual restaurant promotes all of the finger-lickin’ goodness of its Lafayette predecessor, including warm buttermilk biscuits, housemade country gravies, and the famed Colorado-style fried chicken, all ... Read More »

Where to Drink Now: Millers & Rossi

RiNo's newest speakeasy blends Coloradan art and classic cocktails

millers & rossi

When Dustin Miller acquired the warehouse property situated on 35th and Walnut, he initially envisioned a gallery space to showcase local work as well as his own photography. However, given the adequate space of the warehouse—and the added bonus of a tavern license—Dustin consulted with his brother and chef Casey Miller about expanding the concept. The two brothers teamed up ... Read More »

Behind the Bar with Alexander Fulle of Prohibition

Denver's hottest bartenders deliver the season's most seductive sips

In a sea of questionable spots and situations on Colfax, Prohibition {504 East Colfax Avenue, Denver; 303.832.4840} is truly a refuge. Decorated with Prohibition-era accents—including framed newspaper pages and authentic whiskey prescriptions hanging on the walls—this upscale watering hole goes beyond typical bar offerings, serving a selection of gastro-tavern fare paired with classic and seasonal libations to whet your whistle. With abundant history ... Read More »

8 Unconventional Easter Brunches

Do-it-yourself bottomless cocktails, ramen, and more

If you’re sick of the traditional family brunch, we’re with you. So take a stand this year and check out our list of alt-Easter options that will do right by your stomach and sanity. Ramen Mafia—a group dedicated to spreading the love of ramen one pop-up at a time—announced their Easter brunch event at Bellwether {5126 East Colfax Avenue, Denver; ... Read More »

Where to Eat Now: Mizu Izakaya in LoHi

The neighborhood's newest sushi spot is undoubtedly here to stay

mizu izakaya

As hot as the LoHi neighborhood is—what with globally inspired eats at mortuary-turned-restaurant at Linger and never-ending lines at Little Man Ice Cream—the amount of restaurant shake-ups happening just down the street is perplexing. One building, in particular, has seen its fair share of tenants, located on the corner of 16th and Boulder. In the past few years, the building has ... Read More »

DO Chef Panel: What’s Your Favorite Dive Bar?

The DO Chef Panel talks neighborhood dives

Sometimes a cheap, cold beer and no interruptions is all you need. For those moments, nothing beats the Denver dive scene. Indeed, The Mile High City has no shortage of classic dives, which serve as go-tos for cheap drinks, bar games, and greasy bites. The heart of the dive bar is not only its rich history, but its community of people. The mix ... Read More »