Brunch O’Clock: The Kitchen Denver

A new menu from Executive Chef Jeffrey Webb

It’s hard to believe that it has been five years since partners, Kimbal Musk and Hugo Matheson opened their second location of The Kitchen {1530 6th Street, Denver; 303.623.3127} in downtown Denver. The restaurant, like its older Boulder sibling, has remained grounded in its mission of “community through food” by developing and cultivating personal relationships with farmers, ranchers, brewers, and ... 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 »

Brunch O’Clock: Cochino Taco

Margaritas and Mexican-inspired morning glories to ramp up your weekend

“We just want to keep feeding the neighborhood—especially a neighborhood that doesn’t have a lot of restaurants that serve brunch,” says Bryant Reyes, who runs the kitchen at Cochino Taco {3495 South Downing Street, 720.573.6174}, a rollicking, offbeat Mexican restaurant that Squeaky Bean founder Johnny Ballen opened late last summer in Englewood. Reyes, who spent a few years in Mexico ... Read More »

Coming Soon: Cattivella

Elise Wiggins gives us a sneak peek of her wood-fired Italian cuisine

Elise Wiggins Cattivella

With a 12-year stint as executive chef of Panzano and countless awards under her belt, Elise Wiggins is a known culinary titan of the dining scene and for good reason—this woman knows her stuff. Not only does she have a breadth of knowledge like no other—just ask her any question about Italy—it is her precision to detail and her infectious ... Read More »

A Night At STK

Denver's newest and hippest steakhouse is more than just elevated eats—it's a place to party


Any longtime Denverite will confirm—our city, one of the original outposts of the wild west, doesn’t have a dearth of steakhouses. From old-school classics like Morton’s and Ruth’s Chris to newer takes like Guard & Grace, Elway’s, and Shanahan’s, Denver has the upscale meat and potatoes jam down pat. Now, these favorites can make way for the new sheriff in ... Read More »

8 Must-Do January Events

From chili cook offs to bug dinners, this month is filled with foodie surprises

Ok, the holidays are over and by now, most of our New Year resolutions have already fallen by the wayside. Which is great—January is filled with all sorts of fun. From now on, Tuesday will be referred to as Brewsday, you have a chance to eat a five-course meal of bugs, you can take an ETuk to a farm to ... Read More »

4 Bites to Go with your Morning Coffee

Super Mega Bien to open inside The Ramble Hotel, holiday kolaches, and more foodie news ...

The Ramble Hotel

Holiday Kolaches at Post Oak Hall Post Oak Hall has created a menu of specialty holiday kolaches right in time for Christmas. These treats can be pre-ordered online and will be ready for pick up on Christmas Eve. The holiday flavors include Cream Cheese, Sausage Pepper Jack, and Bourbon Apple made with fresh apples with Laws Bourbon topped with streusel. These holiday kolaches ... Read More »

5 Power Lunches in Denver

Close the deal at these five Denver-area restaurants

power lunches

It’s Monday and there is work to be done. With a long week ahead, it’s best to start planning your power lunch now. Need to seal the deal this week? Host your next working lunch at these five area restaurants, sure to leave an impression. 1. Ocean Prime {1465 Larimer Street, Denver; 303.825.3663} Close the deal with luxurious eats at ... Read More »

Flat-Out Best Pie Shops 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 »

Giving Back for the Holidays: 5 Restaurant Toy Drives

Eat, drink, and give this holiday season

The restaurant industry is well known for its philanthropic activity, particularly when it comes to feeding those in need. However, during this season of giving, restaurants focus their attention on children and the joy of opening a toy as a gift. Join these five restaurants by bringing toys and happiness to children who often lack both. ‘Tis the season to eat, ... Read More »