Flavors of the Week: March 13 and Beyond

A weekly banquet of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. High West Oyster Fest Postponed Due to safety concerns associated with COVID-19, aka the coronavirus, Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar will postpone this year’s High West Oyster Fest, which was scheduled for April 2 at Denver’s EXDO Event Center. “It just doesn’t seem like the best ... Read More »

Flavors of the Week: March 6 and Beyond

A weekly feast of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. Women’s Day Celebration Offers Female-Driven Menu, Marketplace The second annual International Women’s Day Celebration—4-7pm on Sunday, March 8—at The Ramble Hotel {1280 25th Street, Denver; 720.996.6300} will bring together some of Denver’s most talented female entrepreneurs and chefs for a night of delicious foods and drinks, as ... Read More »

Flavors of the Week: Feb. 28 and Beyond

A weekly gumbo of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. Avanti Boulder Introduces 3 Eateries A Jewish delicatessen, a New York-by-way-of-Naples pizzeria, and a classic American kitchen are the first restaurants announced for Avanti Food & Beverage’s Boulder location {1401 Pearl Street, Boulder}. Front Range diners may already be familiar with Rye Society through its Denver location, ... Read More »

Colorado Well Represented Among James Beard Semifinalists

The James Beard Foundation today announced the semifinalists for the 2020 James Beard Awards, and Colorado is well represented among the nominees. By category, following are the Mile High establishments, chefs, and restaurateurs vying for James Beard Awards. The 2020 James Beard Awards will be presented Monday, May 4, at the Lyric Opera in Chicago. Best New Restaurant Sunday Vinyl ... Read More »

Flavors of the Week: Feb. 14 and Beyond

A weekly mélange of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. Baird Cooks Up Project at Boulder’s Rosetta Hall Carrie Baird, who was already an accomplished Denver chef when she earned national attention as a finalist on season 15 of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” recently stepped down as executive chef of Bar Dough to pursue her own venture at ... Read More »

Flavors of the Week: Feb. 7 and Beyond

A weekly assortment of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. Denver Sushi Legends Bring Temaki Den to The Source Temaki Den, a hand-roll sushi venture led by Sushi Den Co-Owner and Chef Toshihiro Kizaki and Ototo Executive Chef Kenta Kamo, will join the lineup at The Source Hotel + Market Hall {3330 Brighton Boulevard, Denver; 720.409.1200} this ... Read More »

Flavors of the Week: Jan. 31 and Beyond | DiningOut Denver

A weekly mélange of news bites and events from the Denver-Boulder dining scene. Fine Print: DiningOut Magazine Winter/Spring 2020 Now Available The winter/spring 2020 issue of DiningOut Magazine is hot off the press and freshly available in all its glossy glory at fine restaurants and bookstores across the greater Denver-Boulder area. Experience Avery Brewing Company’s chase for perfection (and a ... Read More »

The DiningOut Guide to Denver’s 2019 Holiday Events

Even if you’re not home for the holidays, the greater Denver-Boulder dining scene aims to make you feel like you are with a spectrum of seasonal events and specials for every taste. Hanukkah Ash’Kara {2005 West 33rd Avenue, Denver; 303.537.4407} Stop by Ash’Kara to celebrate the Festival of Lights with Chef Daniel Asher’s rotating Hanukkah specials, available from Sunday, Dec. ... Read More »

Somebody People Restaurant Now Open on South Broadway

It’s the “vegetable-forward dining experience” we didn’t know we needed After testing the waters of the Denver food scene with pop-ups over the last year (under the name Scam Likely), Tricia and Sam Maher have finally unveiled their first brick and mortar restaurant, Somebody People {1165 South Broadway, Denver; 720.502.5681}—a name drawn from lyrics by a mutual idol, David Bowie. ... Read More »

A peek at the French-inspired dishes from the soon-to-open Morin

Juan Padro and Katie O’Shea, the married duo behind Highland Tap & Burger, Bar Dough, Señor Bear, and Tap & Burger Sloan’s Lake, are quickly becoming the city’s most dynamic restaurant power couple. Padro and O’Shea, founders of the Culinary Creative Group, are on track to unveil several more restaurants in Denver, including Maine Shack, a lobster joint in the former ... Read More »