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Restaurant Review: Julep

Kyle and Katy Foster's Southern eatery feels right at home—necessary, even—in the Mile High City.

Restaurant Review: Ultreia

Jennifer Jasinski's latest restaurant pays homage to the splendor and excitement of Iberian-style dining.

Restaurant Review: The Bindery

The Bindery—a charming, ambitious all-day spot in LoHi—just happens to be Linda Hampsten Fox’s first restaurant.

Restaurant Review: Santo

Hosea Rosenberg’s ode to Northern New Mexican cooking succeeds—when it’s not muddied by international flair.

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Restaurant Review: Tavernetta

This Union Station restaurant was the most anticipated Denver opening in recent memory—and it lives up to the hype.

Restaurant Review: Hedge Row

Take refuge in Hedge Row's wood-fired bistro fare—and superior brunch—in the heart of Cherry Creek.

Restaurant Review: El Five

El Five takes diners on a wacky, delicious ride replete with penthouse views and tapas from across the Mediterranean.

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Restaurant Review: 12 At Madison

Jeff Osaka paves a bright path for Denver dining with his ambitious but focused nine-month-old Congress Park eatery.

Restaurant Review: Annette

Caroline Glover’s restaurant, Annette, beckons diners with warm hospitality and simple yet stunning fare.

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Restaurant Review: Avelina

At this New American eatery in downtown Denver, you can hit the jackpot—or leave disappointed.

Restaurant Review: Departure

Departure Restaurant & Lounge brings its slick travel aesthetic and fine Asian fusion fare to Cherry Creek North.

Restaurant Review: Mister Tuna

Troy Guard’s new hot spot, Mister Tuna, hooks diners with raw seafood and wood-fire cooking but lacks focus.

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Ballad of a Small-Town Bakery

Moxie Bread Company pushes the boundaries of foodie-ism in Louisville with its handmade eats and a down-home feel.

Restaurant Review: The Preservery

The Preservery in RiNo tries to be everything for everyone, but the spot is still searching for its identity. 

Restaurant Review: Arcana

Can Boulder’s Arcana, which seeks to explore the roots of American cooking, live up to its lofty ambitions? 

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