Dining

Reviews

By
May 2005

1. Italian Feast
By Carol W. Maybach
Frasca Food and Wine
(out of 4 stars)
1738 Pearl St., Boulder 303-442-6966
The Draw
An acclaimed Napa Valley chef and a master sommelier, superb service
The Drawback
Reservations can be hard to come by, so call early and plan ahead
Don't Miss
The house-made, hand-shaped butternut squash agnolotti with toasted pumpkin seed, pancetta, and cranberry sauce; any of the combinations with the shaved leg of pork
Vegetarian Options
Menu changes regularly, but look for items such as chilled Munson Farm corn soup with black radishes and Antara olive oil; russet potato gnocchi with chanterelle mushrooms and brioche crumbs; and hand-cut tagliatelle with sweet 100 tomatoes, basil oil, and tomato broth

2. Hook, Line, Sinker
By Elisabeth True
Go Fish Grille
(out of 4 stars)
250 Josephine St. 303-996-9966
The Draw
Simple, tasty fish and seafood, warm, relaxing ambience, flexible menu, good value
The Drawback
Occasional lapses in attention to detail
Don't Miss
Lobster mashed potatoes Grilled portobello, vegetable lasagna, grilled-cheese sandwich, grilled-vegetable Napoleon
Vegetarian Options
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3. Sticky Situation
By Elisabeth True
Stick-e-Rice
(out of 4 stars)
2070 S. University Blvd. 303-778-0111
The Draw
Supercool decor
The Drawback
Food falls short of expectations
Don't Miss
The tom kha soup is tasty
Vegetarian Options
Veggie spring rolls, entrée dishes can be ordered with organic tofu