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Restaurant Reviews : Page 2

At Home: To The Wind Bistro

The couple behind To The Wind throws a sophisticated dinner party, five nights a week.

False Start: Curtis Club

After the promise of a strong opening, nine-month-old Curtis Club has not lived up to expectations.

Old School: Plimoth

At the Plimoth, a chef-teacher’s latest lesson plan includes a reminder that the little details do matter. 

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Body of Work: Session Kitchen

Session Kitchen is an aesthetic showstopper, but chef Scott Parker is still figuring out how to master this South Pearl Street restaurant. 

Bearing Fruit: Acorn

Acorn is more than just an outpost of Boulder favorite Oak at Fourteenth. It’s one of Denver’s best restaurants.

Modern Day: Izakaya Den

The new location of Izakaya Den is a stunning celebration of the Kizaki brothers’ 30 years in the local dining scene.

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Good Stock: Beast & Bottle

Brother and sister Paul and Aileen Reilly go back to their roots with Beast & Bottle.

Major League

Chef-owner Justin Brunson amassed a dream team when he opened Old Major. Although many of the players have changed, the experience hasn’t.

‘Round The Corner

With Corner House, Matt Selby takes on the neighborhood restaurant.

A Sense Of Place

The Populist finds a niche with noteworthy hospitality and nuanced cuisine.

Heartbreaker

The rise and fall of LoHi’s Uncle.

Imperfectly Appealing

Amerigo Delicatus, Iain Chisholm’s tiny Ballpark restaurant, serves controlled chaos—and does it well.

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Muy Caliente

With awards galore and a second outpost, Kevin Morrison’s Pinche Taqueria can’t get much hotter. Pinche Taqueria (Tacos Borrachos) 1514 York St. 720-475-1337 pinchetacos.com

Date Night

Al Lado, a six-month-old wine and tapas bar in Riverfront, has the right moves.

Dinner Theater

The new Squeaky Bean is a fully realized restaurant that commands your attention.

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Comfort Zone

At Charcoal, chef Patrik Landberg dishes up refreshingly straightforward bistro cuisine.

Split Personality

CafeBar is a welcome addition to the West Wash Park dining scene, but does it have what it takes to be a neighborhood icon?

Scandinavia Rising

At Trillium, chef-owner Ryan Leinonen serves crisp, beautiful Nordic flavors.

Wood Work

Oak at Fourteenth chef and co-owner Steven Redzikowski stokes the fire.

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