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The Most American Dishes, According to Chefs

Tots at Table 6 In honor of July 4 and all the picnics and barbecues in its honor, we asked chefs what they think the most American dishes are, and how they like to prepare them. Consider these patriotic preparations at your Independence Day cookouts next weekend. From Chef Mike Winston of Table 6: There’s something very American about tater ... Read More »

Why Everybody Needs to Sit on Blackbelly’s Patio

Since Chef Hosea Rosenberg opened Blackbelly {1606 Conestoga Street, #3; 303.247.1000} in October, its patios have sat mostly untouched. Now that the rain is letting up (fingers crossed!) and summer’s officially here, Blackbelly’s patios are the place to be. We checked out these sunny spots and have only good things to report. Check out the photos above to see why ... Read More »

7 Places to Celebrate the Kentucky Derby

By Elizabeth Woessner | Online Editor It may be the “fastest two minutes in sports,” but the Kentucky Derby is a great excuse to pull out your favorite seersucker suit, flowery hat, or summer dress and sip on mint juleps all afternoon. Whether Carpe Diem, American Pharaoh, or another horse wins, there are plenty of places to celebrate the Kentucky ... Read More »

Earth Day in Denver

By Elizabeth Woessner | Online Editor Earth Day is upon us once again and it’s time for all of us to do something to celebrate and support the protection of our environment. In honor of this national holiday, restaurants are offering all sorts of fun goodies to get you in the green mood. Here are five ways to celebrate Earth ... Read More »

Celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day in Denver and Boulder

By Online Editor | Elizabeth Woessner Irish Eyes are smiling this weekend and Denver is an awesome place to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. We boast the largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade west of the Mississippi, and this year the party extends for four full days and nights until the actual holiday on Tuesday. Here’s a list things to do to celebrate ... Read More »

6 Hot Winter Cocktails You Can Make at Home Tonight

Glass mug of hot spiced cider

by Monica Parpal | Senior Editor The weather in Colorado is notoriously unpredictable, and it’s tough to know whether you should be unpacking your Ray-Bans to enjoy a craft beer on a patio, or wrapping yourself in wool for a hot toddy by the fireplace. It’s likely that we’ll have at least a few more days of chill this winter, ... Read More »

25 Things We Love About Denver and Boulder Right Now (Winter 2014-2015)

By the DiningOut Editors 1: Ophelia’s, Justin Cucci and Edible Beats’ Newest Venture The lovable Justin Cucci—of Linger fame—is not stopping with mortuary meals. No, he’s branching out with a new concept for the new year called Ophelia’s. Located in an 1894 Victorian building in the Ballpark neighborhood, the space has lived a colorful life; it was once a brothel, then ... Read More »

Blackbelly Bites Preview

Jeffrey Steen | Managing Editor For the past several weeks, we’ve been regaling you with details about the Blackbelly that is to come. From construction woes to wide-eyed ideas come to life, the journey has been a wild one for Chef Hosea Rosenberg and his stalwart team. Thankfully, though, the dream has come mostly to fruition—from early design to completed ... Read More »

Blackbelly Preview, part II

By Jeffrey Steen | Managing Editor Hosea Rosenberg looks dashing in a baseball cap. But that’s just part of the uniform these days—complete with T-shirt, khaki shorts, and sneakers. A few days ago, I happened by the soon-to-open Blackbelly off Arapahoe, just to see how things are shaping up. Rosenberg appeared from the recesses of the kitchen, hands full of ... Read More »

Haute Links

Don’t have time to browse for breaking food headlines? Luckily, we do and we’re happy to share the fruits of our searching with you. Here’s our daily digest of food news in the Denver/Boulder vicinity—and worldwide, too: If José Andrés is worried about butterflies, then we are, too! Due to habitat destruction and pesticides, the Monarch butterfly population is dwindling. ... Read More »