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Brunch O’Clock: Santo

Chef Hosea Rosenberg spices up the classics

Santo {1265 Alpine Avenue, Boulder; 303.442.6100} didn’t need any help climbing the culinary ranks in becoming an obvious go-to for Boulderites seeking an authentic New Mexican dining experience. The menu’s offerings are steeped in chef/owner Hosea Rosenberg’s Taos upbringing. The Heirloom Blue Corn Enchiladas and Navajo Fry Bread are no-brainer options for dinner, and anything from their margarita selection is a ... Read More »

DiningOut Best Bite: Beef Tartare from Blackbelly

A taste of exactly what Blackbelly is all about

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Laden with accolades year after year, Blackbelly {1606 Conestoga Street, No. 3, Boulder; 303.247.1000} has continued to serve as a pillar on the Boulder culinary scene since 2014. The mission at this New American eatery is “food will always start with seasonal, local, Colorado-grown ingredients and pasture-raised, sustainable animals.” This Colorado-founded menu is built entirely from fresh greens and prime ... Read More »

7 April Events to Put on your Culinary Calendar

Puppy brunch anyone?

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Spring sunshine is slowly but surely giving way to a glorious summer ahead. Revel in the sun’s rays (just don’t forget your sunscreen) with food and drink in hand at a number of events across Denver/Boulder. Brunch Pizzas at Pizzeria Locale When: Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22 from 11am-3pm Where: All locations  What: Calling all you brunch aficionadoughs: Pizzeria ... Read More »

A Sneak Peek of Hosea Rosenberg’s Newest Restaurant: Santo

Native New Mexican cuisine is coming to Boulder

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Nestled in the Northeast corner of New Mexico surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo mountains, we find a quaint town called Taos. A high desert valley town with a reputation for spectacular views, sagebrush, pinon trees, and artistic culture, Taos is home to one of Boulder’s most celebrated chef’s, Hosea Rosenberg. The 2009 Top Chef winner and owner of the ... Read More »

Chef Hosea Rosenberg Unveils His Newest Concept: Santo

The acclaimed chef will open his second concept in Boulder

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Chef Hosea Rosenberg has truly tapped into the meat eater within us. Operating Boulder’s only whole animal, artisanal butcher shop, his flagship restaurant, Blackbelly, has culled our carnivorous appetites offering Colorado’s finest cuts of beef, lamb, pork, and more. Now, Chef Hosea is bringing it back to his roots, unveiling his newest concept Santo {1265 Alpine Avenue, Boulder; 303.442.6100}. Translating to “saint” in ... Read More »

20 Things We Love about Dining Out in Denver & Boulder (in no particular order)

Notable chefs, restaurants, deals, and more

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1. The Evolution of Tag Restaurants If you ask him about his culinary vision, Troy Guard will share a philosophy as simple as they come: “Food is the connection that lets me express who I am. And we always do the best with what we love the most.” The roots of that love were planted in Hawaii and San Diego ... Read More »

13-Must Do Events for July

Beer, wine, festivals, and more

Now that the Fourth of July celebrations are behind us, there is still a lot of celebrating to do. We have put together our twelve favorite events for celebrating summertime!  1. Great Divide Block Party When: Saturday, July 8, 2-6pm Where: The Square on 21st {21st Street between Larimer and Lawrence} What: Great Divide Brewing is going back to its roots ... Read More »

12 Must-Do Events for June

From the return of Top Taco to rare whiskey tastings—Denver has it all this month

Graduations, weddings, Father’s Day? Well, clear your calendars because there is so much going on this month! We have rounded up our 12 favorite events for June and suggest you try to hit them all. HOT ROCKS GRILLER CHALLENGE When: Wednesday, June 7, 6-9pm Where: Elway’s {2500 East 1st Avenue, Denver; 303.399.5353} What: The big slider battle of the season takes place every ... Read More »

DO Chef Panel: Who is a Better Cook—You or Your Mom?

The DO Chef Panel talks moms for Mother's Day

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Let’s face it, there is nothing like a homemade meal from Mom. For some of us, our earliest cooking memories came from Mom, whether it was a huge holiday feast or that one nostalgic comfort dish. In this month’s DO Chef Panel, in honor of Mother’s Day, we had to ask: Who is a better chef, you or your mom? “No ... Read More »

We Tried It: Cannabis-Themed Dinner with Mason Jar Event Group

Mason Jar Event Group provides elevated experiences centered on cannabis

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It’s been four years since Colorado voted to legalize marijuana. Since then, the cannabis industry has become the fastest-growing business sector in the state. Now a billion-dollar industry, marijuana has truly become a part of the Colorado lifestyle with dispensaries popping up faster than Starbucks. Slowly but surely, the cannabis industry is shaking its stoner image, as everyone from small business owners to ... Read More »