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Sarah Strohl

Articles By Sarah Strohl


Texas Favorite Chuy’s Rolls into Colorado

Saddle up for a Tex Mex–style happy hour complete with endless queso and Lone Star martinis.

Sweet Stuff: House-Made Gelato from There Denver

Finish your meal with a scoop or pick up a pint at There’s grab-and-go market, the Wheelbench.

Must Try: Epic Brewing Company’s Kaffeina

Catch a buzz with this coffee-infused cream ale.

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How To: Make an Osaka Paloma

Cool off with Osaka Ramen’s spicy riff on the classic Mexican cocktail. 

The Secret Life Of Cacao

Nuance sparks love for bean-to-bar chocolate in Fort Collins.

Best Bites: Beatrice & Woodsley’s Lamb Sandwich

A lamb sandwich with serious chops.

Where to Eat Now 2016

Discover Denver’s hottest spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails, and much more.

Stitching a Comeback

Companies are rebuilding the rural economy through the rebounding apparel industry.

Go Now: Torchy’s Tacos

Line up and get yourself some of these “damn good” Tex-Mex tacos ASAP. 

Beer Review: Black Shirt Brewing Co.’s Red Evelyn IPA

The story behind this brew is almost as rich as the beer itself.

A Shot of Hoppiness

World of Beer’s creative beer shots blend brews for big flavor.

Sips: Three Cozy Hot Toddies from Denver Bars

Snowed in? Might as well mix up one of these original hot toddy recipes. 

Best Bites: Telegraph’s Squid-Ink Vermicelli

Twirl your fork into Telegraph’s bold squid-ink vermicelli.

Saving Denver’s Food Artisans

A new project aims to help growing local food companies find the kitchen space they need to succeed.

An Albuquerque Staple Comes to Denver

Dion’s Pizza has landed in Aurora, and it comes with green chile. 

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5 Reasons to Attend the Rocky Mountain Women’s Film Festival

The longest running women’s film festival in North America will take over Colorado Springs this weekend. In its 28th season, it’s slated to be the biggest yet. 

The Kitchen Community’s Learning Gardens Take Root

These spaces are designed around sustainability, health, and community engagement. Students can’t get enough of the gardens, and neither can we. 


Telegraph Opens in Washington Park

The neighborhood spot draws in community with an eclectic dining experience, small plates, and memorable desserts.  

Happy Birthday, Cherry Creek!

For Cherry Creek Shopping Center’s silver anniversary, we recall its stars, stumbles, and Santas.

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