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Jill’s at the St Julien Enjoys Concept Refresh

Jill's Shrimp Scampi

In brief: Jill’s {900 Walnut Street, Boulder; 720.406.7399}, lauded for its execution of more classical French fare, has tripled its menu and gone decidedly casual. Look for the classic tableside preparation of Caesar Salad and Peach Melba alongside a roster of new salads, shareable plates, global entrées, wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, and desserts. Must-try’s include the Boulder Salad, Jill’s Tots, Tuna ... Read More »

Hotel Boulderado Celebrates New Chef, Design Updates

Spruce Half Chicken

When Hotel Boulderado first opened its doors in 1909, guests were ushered to the doors in horse-drawn carriages. The Chautauqua was a new fixture in the city—a mark of Boulder’s growing prominence as a cultural hub—and the railroads chugged with traffic from mining camps to the west and Denver to the southeast. It was the start of a golden age. ... Read More »

Introducing: Served, The Podcast

  Who doesn’t love a heaping helping of food news? And while we’ve been busy eating and drinking our way through Colorado so we can tell (and show) you all about it, we thought there might be an even better way to deliver all that deliciousness: by podcast. That’s right, every other week starting Monday, March 27, DO will serve up food ... Read More »

DiningOut FoodLibs!

By Jeff Steen | Managing Editor The only thing more fun than baking a cake is playing Mad Libs. So we decided to unite the two in Food Libs! Download the Food Libs below to play. Download our birthday-themed MadLibs and play with friends! Read More »

The Big D Bar Move

  By Riley Cowing | Contributing Writer  Yesterday, NPR featured D Bar Chef and Owner Keegan Gerhard in a story about Denver’s burgeoning dining scene. After Austin, Denver is the fastest growing city in the U.S, and the number of restaurants is following suit with innovative, high-quality spots, to boot. Today, learn more about D Bar’s move from Gerhard himself. What ... Read More »