Chefs Alex Figura (left) and Spencer White
—Photo by Jeremy Pape
Chefs Alex Figura and Spencer White (both of the defunct Lower48 Kitchen) will open their pasta-focused Italian eatery, Dio Mio, in RiNo this fall. But before then, they're throwing a pair of pop-up dinners with a little help from their friends—mainly, fellow...
July 27 2016, 1:41 PM
Coperta's cozy and fresh space
Pull up to the bar at the brand-new Coperta in Curtis Park and ask for a Negroni on tap. Bar manager Jonathan Feuersanger will pour you one in a four-ounce juice glass and pass it across the wooden bar top. The cocktail—and the very glass itself—is a perfect introduction to siblings Paul and Aileen...
July 26 2016, 3:29 PM
—Photo courtesy of Emily Sierra Photography
Funding a dream as big as opening a distillery in a spirited state like Colorado isn’t easy—or cheap. For that reason, the team behind Lyons-based Spirit Hound Distillers got crafty when securing the final funding needed to make that dream a reality. Taking a page from the wine industry, Spirit...
July 26 2016, 9:30 AM
Moxie's falafel waffle bowl makes for a quick, healthy lunch. —Photo by Rachel Adams
Broadway certainly doesn’t suffer from a shortage of restaurants or watering holes. But that didn’t stop veteran chef Dylan Moore, the former owner of now-shuttered spots Deluxe and Delite, from finding a niche to fill along the busy roadway.
Just over a month ago, Moore opened Moxie Eatery...
July 25 2016, 11:42 AM
Holidaily's Favorite Blonde Ale
—Photo by Jessica Chapman
Every day that a person with gluten sensitivity can enjoy a beer should be a holiday, says Karen Hertz, founder of Holidaily Brewing Company. Now, Holidaily drinkers have even more to celebrate: The gluten-free brewery, which opened for business in Golden last January, recently began...
July 21 2016, 9:30 AM
The Bonfire at 50 Burger in Salida features a towering pile of onion rings and fried jalapeños as well as blue cheese and red chile sauce.
Two weeks ago, my family and I cruised into Salida for a quick getaway. The water-obsessed city—the Arkansas River flows right through town—is roughly three-hours away from Denver by car, which is just far-flung enough to feel like you’ve really gotten away.
As we drove down Rainbow Boulevard (...
July 20 2016, 9:11 AM
Eat. Drink. Think.'s short talks and panel discussions will prove that there's room for us to dine differently.
Food and wine fests have long been a source of great fun. But this year, along with the grand tastings and merrymaking, next week’s Crested Butte Wine & Food Festival (Thursday, July 28 to Sunday July, 31) adds an educational component that goes far beyond the norm. Eat. Drink....
July 19 2016, 12:04 PM
—Image courtesy of Denver Human Services
When you picture a farmers' market, you probably conjure up an image of crowded stalls in a city park. You may not think of a city administration building, but that’s where one of Denver’s best farm stands will be this summer.
For the third season, Denver Human Services (DHS) is hosting Fresh...
July 18 2016, 8:20 AM