Posted: March 4, 2005 2:47 PM
Rise and Dine
- Kate's on 35th Avenue, is located in a restored 1886 Victorian farmhouse at 35th & Albion. Kate's serves fresh organic, low-fat food every Sunday, but I have never even heard of it, let alone tried it.
- Politicians, cops, and city & county workers flock to Cherokee Dining on 12th for hearty meat-and-potatoes fare. Locals who become regulars might make it onto the wall of portraits by sketch artist Betsey Bradley. Sounds a little clique-ish, but cool.
- Boulder's Greenbriar Inn is a gorgeous spot for a special occasion. This one I've visited once, but reading about it reminded me of how perfect it is for a Sunday drive and a leisurely champagne brunch. It's a bit spendy for eggs, (actually the buffet includes a fine spread) but well worth the splurge.
- Porcelli writes that at Lienzo Charro at 25th & Federal, they barbeque goat on the weekends as part of the traditional Mexican menu, and that owner Lupe Zavala walked across the Mexican border with his family when he was 14. I'm curious. 'Nuff said.
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