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Our Chef Panel Reveals Which Presidential Candidate They Would Cook For

The DO Chef Panel talks food and politics

We asked the DO Chef Panel which presidential candidate they would cook for, and what they would prepare. Shockingly (or maybe not so), no one wanted to cook for Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, John Kasich, or a third party candidate. And impressively enough, a couple local chefs actually have cooked for presidents before. Here’s the breakdown on who the DO Chef Panel ... Read More »

New Fire Pot at Uncle Joe’s A Hong Kong Bistro

Hot new menu item at Uncle Joe's

hot pot with ingredients

You know that loveable uncle in your family? The one who loves to eat, and who’s always got a good story to share? Well, that uncle takes the form of a restaurant at Uncle Joe’s A Hong Kong Bistro in Denver. Uncle Joe’s opened in May 2015 and recently relaunched with an updated dining room and menu. They’ve even added a hot new ... Read More »

Pre and Post-Theater Dining in Denver

9 restaurants to pair with a show

Panzano

Dinner and a show. This has been a classic way to spend an evening for at least a century. Luckily, Denver’s Center for Performing Arts is literally surrounded by a stellar cast of restaurants. Here are some of our favorite pre and post-theater dining options within a short walk to the theaters on 14th and Curtis. Pre-Theater Dining in Denver Before the show ... 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 »

The Covert Mission of Uncle Joe’s Hong Kong Bistro

Retired surgeon enhances cross-cultural relationships with new restaurant

Uncle Joe's

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” This quote from Lucian Pavarotti reminds us that the need for food is a commonality among all people. Food also gives us a way to understand cultures different from our own. This is why when ... Read More »