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Wild Standard Revamps Menu

Bradford Heap's celebrated seafood concept focuses on sourcing, hospitality

Wild Standard scallops

Anyone who knows Bradford Heap knows there’s more to his food than meets the palate. From the much-lauded Colterra in Niwot, to SALT on Pearl Street, and his newest creation, Wild Standard {1043 Pearl Street, Boulder}, there is a palpable passion for sustainability in his cooking. But when Wild Standard opened just shy of a year ago, it delivered something new to ... Read More »

2nd Annual CineCHEF Kicks Off March 4

Boulder's premier film fest (BIFF) meets gourmet culinary showcase

CineCHEFF

What: In its second year, CineCHEF is bringing together top Colorado culinary talent with inspired film-making this March. Expect generous pours of top-tier Francis Ford Coppola wines, along with film-inspired dishes prepared by nine Colorado chefs. Guests will have the chance to vote for their favorite dish, and the winner will be awarded the coveted Vielehr Award and the title of “Best ... Read More »

The Visionary Bradford Heap

Inside the mind and mission of a preeminent Boulder chef

Informed foodies know Chef Bradford Heap. While restaurants come and go across the Front Range, Heap’s concepts have long served as polestars for the industry, guiding restaurateurs and chefs to refinement and responsibility. A native of Boulder, Heap left Colorado in 1991 to cook in kitchens from California to France. Returning home two years later, he slowly built a restaurant community ... Read More »

5 Dishes To Try at Boulder Restaurant Week

First Bite dishes we love

First Bite Boulder Restaurant Week kicks off today, Friday, November 13—launching nine days of foodie heaven for diners in and around the Boulder area. The 10th anniversary of this tasty event features prix-fixe menus from more than 40 participating restaurants in Boulder and beyond. The majority of the menus offer three courses for $29 per person, with some restaurants offering ... Read More »

Wild Standard Offers a New Way of Dining

First tastes at Bradford Heap's new seafood-centric Boulder spot

Cauliflower

We all know how the dining out game goes, right? You walk in, sit down, pick a drink, then order your food. Perhaps you stagger your order a bit—an appetizer, then later, your main dish, and if you’re feeling so inclined, dessert. It’s a formula that works, but we’re the first to admit that sometimes it can make the dining out ... Read More »

25 Things We Love About Denver and Boulder Right Now

(in no particular order)

1. The talent, tacos, and tequila of Taco Junky Boulderites in the know are understandably excited about the city’s revitalization of the Hill. And while we might not have seen it coming, we’re certainly glad Taco Junky {303.443.2300} stepped up to elevate the cuisine in the neighborhood. Using the tortilla as a canvas, the TJ team is composing works like the Manolete with oxtail and puffed quinoa, and the B+OMEGA-3 with salmon ... Read More »

8 Chefs Pair Food and Film in Boulder

Boulder International Film Festival showcases local culinary and cinematic talent

CineCHEF

By Jeffrey Steen | Managing Editor When Tony Manero (John Travolta) strutted to the delicious tune of a double-stacked pizza in “Saturday Night Fever,” we got hungry. When Julia Child (Meryl Streep) danced with a raw chicken between butter massages in “Julie & Julia,” we were riveted. And when Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stalone) chugged raw eggs for the sake of victory, we stared with ... Read More »

CineCHEF

CineCHEF is an all-new event at the Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) that will showcase Boulder’s nationally recognized chefs such as: Dave Query of Centro Latin Kitchen Kyle Mendenhall of The Kitchen Bradford Heap of Salt and Colterra Kelly Kingsford of Brasserie TenTen and The Med John Platt of RIFF’s Radek Cerny of L’Atelier Alec Schuler from Arugula The event ... Read More »

The Beer, Wine, and Pork You Must Try this Month

March Must-Do Events

By Elizabeth Woessner | Online Editor We all know March is all about green beer, parades, and corned beef, but there is so much more going on this month in Denver/Boulder. Collaboration Dinner, March 3, 5-9pm at Lower48 Kitchen Chef Alex Figura of Lower 48 Kitchen {2100 Lawrence Street, Denver; 303.942.0262} is hosting Chef Steve Redzikowski of Oak at Fourteenth ... Read More »

The Nog Report

5 eggnog treats worth seeking out

By Maya Silver | Editor Eggnog is the type of treat that is thankfully a once-a-year occasion. Far too rich for everyday enjoyment, this special concoction of cream/milk, eggs, sugar, spice, and liquor of choice is one we look forward to once or maybe twice a year. By mid-December, our cravings for eggnog are running at all-time highs. We’ve rounded up ... Read More »