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By Pat Miller, the Gabby Gourmet
You don’t have to travel the world to have great food. Denver residents can enjoy dishes from around the globe, all in our own backyard, including a great option in our very own airport!
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Root Down is a treat for those who find ourselves at DIA. The design is awesome, with vintage décor including flooring from an old gym, a bar made with suitcases in front, and old Chevy emblems on the wall. The food is Root Down divine with brunch items of omelets, Benedict, scrambles, and share plates of sweet potato falafel, angels on horseback and scallops. Soups, salads, burgers, and dinner entrees with allowances for gluten free, and vegan make dining easy. Wines, drinks (try the Don Draper), coffee, and tea complement the food and make travel easy.
The Source Building
3350 Brighton Blvd., Denver
Oak on Fourteenth in Boulder, one of the most outstanding places in Colorado, brings Acorn to Denver with great food, drink, and ambience. The food is outstanding. Start with shared plates of tomato peach salad with mozzarella, olive-oil braised octopus, pork belly, lamb shwarma with shishito peppers and more. Large plates served family style are awesome: tender belly black angus rib eye, tempura fried sea bream, crispy pork shoulder, and the best chicken ever with gruyere and shallot bread pudding, wild mushrooms and crushed potatoes to die for. Sweets bring s'mores, dark chocolate cake and coffee cremoso, and peaches and caramelized brioche. Acorn rocks and is a great addition to a neighborhood that has it all. www.denveracorn.com
The Source Building, Denver
Comida opens in Denver in the new Source Building in the RiNo District. The building looks great, with contemporary, unfinished high ceilings, open pipes, stainless, and black and red colors, all to see before you even enter the restaurant. Rayme Rosello already has the wildly popular Comida restaurant in Longmont and a food truck, and the food here follows suit with fabulous food at great prices. Start with queso fundido and the best guacamole ever. Soft or crispy corn tortillas with toppings of pork, shrimp, beef, chicken, and veggies are finished with divine sauces. Sides of sweet potato mashes, beans, rice, orange jalapeno slaw, and grits are mandatory. So is the flan for dessert. With reasonable prices, great ambience and food, Comida brings a special treat to Denver. www.eatcomida.com
872 W. Happy Canyon Rd., Castle Rock
The Social brings fun to Castle Pines. The space is casual with huge picture windows, great colors and woods, a super bar, and a community table. Divine cheese rolls start the fun and then choose your veggie course with greens, soup, and apps. From the sea, go for albacore tuna, mussels in Thai red curry, seared scallops or salmon. Poultry selections range from foie gras torchon and duck ravioli to a yummy chicken sandwich and chicken mole. For those looking for pork and beef, choose roasted pork belly, lamb or steak. End with chile dark chocolate semi-freddo, panna cotta, brown sugar blondies, cherry tart, and ice cream. The Social is a great choice for dining. www.thesocialcastlepines.com
1560 Boulder St., Denver
Churchill’s brings an English pub to the popular LoHi area, serving excellent food and drink. The décor highlights maps of England on the community tables, comfortable seating, a great bar, open kitchen, and patio. There is even an English library for a cozy seat. Appetizers include camembert cheese with all the goodies, great chicken wings, curry potstickers, meatballs, fish fingers and excellent salads. For entrees the curries and Indian fare rock, or choose fish and chips, bangers and mash, and shepherd’s pie. All show off the style of Great Britain. Churchill’s is a fun addition to this popular area. www.facebook.com/ChurchillsPublicHouse
1485 S. Pearl St., Denver
Izakaya Den has relocated next door to its sister restaurant Sushi Den. Here, enjoy great tapas appetizers, sushi, sashimi, and the Japanese menu as well. Start with edamame, mussels, rolls and more. The ginger sashimi with bincho and jalapeño sashimi with hibachi are very special. The fire roll, dragon roll, and all the favorites and specials are enticing. A huge list of vegetarian options is a nice touch. The Japanese menu brings soups, salads, and entrees from beef to fish. Izakaya Den remains tops in Asian dining in Denver. www.izakayaden.net
1433 17th St., Denver
Southern Hospitality brings fun barbecue and foods of the south to Denver. Start with fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs, sliders, and salads. The barbecue stars: baby back and St. Louis ribs, super smoked chicken, pork, brisket, and all the fun dishes. Specials include shrimp and grits, and yummy fried chicken with syrup along with other favorites. Don’t leave without banana pudding, pecan pie, and all those southern sweets. Justin Timberlake is an owner but don’t plan on seeing him around. No problem, as whoever is on duty makes you part of the family at this inviting spot. www.shdenver.com
5560 E. 29th Ave., Wheat Ridge
West 29th Restaurant and Bar is located near Sloan’s Lake. The free-standing house is totally charming, with a super bar area, colorful Indian rugs on the wall, and a casual décor. Appetizers include a crab cake, beet tartar, calamari, meat and cheese plates, and potato croquettes. Entrees of roasted chicken, fish and chips, a filet, and peppercorn seared flatiron start the list of excellent options. Add a great trout, halibut, wild salmon, and double cut pork chop, and you just choose what your mood dictates. End with crème brulee, lemon bar or decadent tiramisu. This is a perfect spot, no matter what your ‘hood. www.west29th.com
1541 Platte St., Denver
Eat+Drink is a total delight. On Platte Street, a popular area, it’s very special. The space is one room, bright, and cheery with big windows, high ceilings, fun lighting, and fabulous cases of exciting cheeses, sausages, and all sorts of irresistible goodies. You’ll want one of everything. Great food and wine service starts at 11am and continues through the evening. Wines by the glass and bottle brings a fabulous selection and super prices. The food matches the wines in quality and presentation. Start with an olive boat, fabulous buttery burrata with olive oil, or the soup of the day. Choose the simple salad, a divine chicken salad, or go for one of the bruschetta, cheese plates, or charcuteries. Flatbreads, panini, and sandwiches are outstanding. Grilled cheese, turkey with taleggio, pear and fig preserves, prosciutto and mozzarella, artichoke hearts with lemon ricotta, and smoked ham with Raclette make choices impossible. Pollyanna and Chris Irving have places in Vail and now are bringing their intriguing, exciting concept to Denver. www.eatdrinkinc.com
1160 Madison St., Denver
Yum!!! This tiny ultra modern, stunning space is where to get your Baum cake. These are done on rollers and rotate in special ovens from Japan. The results are amazing. Started in Germany, these are now a Japanese specialty. Enjoy the original with vanilla and lemony almond flour, the duo Baum with Matcha green tea and the original, just Matcha if you prefer, or the very special Mount Baum. Crunchy on the outside, chewy inside, dusted with powdered sugar, and drizzled with Cointreau, this is a true picture to see, better to eat. What fun and so different, Glaze is special. www.glazebaumcakes.com
3459 Ringsby Ct., Denver
Refuel, the sister restaurant of the wildly popular Fuel is now open in a separate building in the same area. The setting is contemporary with high unfinished ceilings, lots of chrome, open pipes, big windows, and a Big Box coffee bar and café in the center. The counter for ordering and dining is on one side with lists of panini served. Enjoy seating throughout the room for both coffee and sandwiches or carryout. Ten paninis are on the menu; deciding on one is the problem. Choose from pastrami, roast beef, turkey with kraut and Russian dressing, pork Cubano, roast beef with caramelized onions, turkey with arugula and brie, and pate with roasted pork. Add the best lemonade, side salad of the day, pasta salad, and soup, and fabulous homemade cookies. Enjoy one of the super drinks from Refuel or indulge in great coffee. Open weekdays only, this spot for simple, but delicious, sandwiches is a total hit.
8439 Park Meadows Center Dr., Lone Tree
The latest spot of Frank and Jacqueline Bonanno brings great pizza and fun to Park Meadows. The place looks great. The décor is contemporary with huge windows, high ceiling, their signature pig over the focal bar, and a great community table. There’s a super bar, and an open kitchen where the chefs toss and bake the pizza in the wood burning oven. Fritto (fried) and crudo (raw) appetizers are outstanding, and the signature burrata remains the best anywhere, along with other terrific cheese and salumi selections. Salads and panini are special too. Try turkey with pancetta, fontina, and spiced aioli. Pizzas star: lobster fra diavolo, margherita, spinach with fontina, white, and carbonara tempt all. End with decadent desserts. Service is excellent and friendly. Bonnano Brothers Pizzeria is designed for all ages, and a big treat in this area. www.bonannobrotherspizzeria.com
6345 E. Hampden, off I-25, Denver
Taziki’s brings some new fun and great food to an area where there’s a need for good dining choices. It’s fast, fresh casual but totally gourmet and delicious. Enter the space and see the huge open kitchen, decide on your meal, place your order. Staff serves you. Lots of wood, soft colors, scenes of Greece on the walls, and big windows create the ambience. Booths and tables, including a community one, surround the room. Start with the best hummus, taziki, dolmades, or Greek lemon chicken soup. Salads include Greek and Mediterranean; add salmon, chicken, turkey, lamb, shrimp, or beef and enjoy as an entrée. Fresh grilled gyros are a must as well as roll ups or sandwiches served on buns, wheat, and buttermilk breads. Sides include rice, potatoes, pasta salad, tomato cucumber salad, or fruit. Taziki’s feasts with lemon herb chicken, chicken breast, beef tenderloin, lamb, pork, and fish are accompanied with sides as well. End with chocolate cake or yummy baklava. Wash it down with beer and wine if you like. With super service, reasonable prices, and great food, save the airfare and enjoy Taziki’s Mediterranean Café . www.tazikiscafe.com
1691 Central St., Denver
Central Bistro is a super spot in the wildly popular LoHi Neighborhood. The ambience is great with a separate bar area, along with a dining room that features an open kitchen with a neon HOT sign over the cooking area, comfortable seating, and huge picture windows. Terra cotta and great colors are used to accent white leather chairs. The terrific eclectic menu starts with small plates of crispy pork belly, grilled baby octopus, and steak tartine with mushrooms and a fried egg. Mains of pan seared salmon, grilled steak with potato gratin, pappardelle, and a burger are awesome, but the chicken with squash spaetzle, and pork loin with herbed grits and mustard bring new appeal to these proteins. Don’t leave without the Nutella waffle with banana butterscotch, and pretzel ice cream, and a mud pie of Oreo brownie, chocolate pudding, meringue, and spiced nuts. Central brings a great option for dining in area that everyone calls “their” ‘hood. www.centralbistrobar.com
2637 W 26th Ave., Denver
Sassafras is the breakfast destination that the north side of Denver had been longing for since brunch became the not-miss meal of the day. This restaurant makes you feel at home, not just because of the friendly and eager staff, but because of the authentic Southern charm in every detail. The cozy, Southern décor and thick wood paneled floor makes you want to linger in the wooden booths for hours. Start with the house-made biscuits and gravies (all three flavors) as an appetizer for a ravenous group. Although country sausage, duck, or local mushroom gravy are highlights, the biscuits are some of the best in town. Sassafras takes their grits seriously. The New Orleans Style BBQ shrimp and grits with plump, flavorful shrimp is a sweet, yet hearty breakfast option, and the Southern Sunrise grits spices it up with zesty green chili. Whatever you order, make sure you get biscuits so you can try one of the homemade jams on your table. There’s lots of southern fun, delicious food, and a happy crowd at Sassafras, a neighborhood favorite. www.sassafrasamericaneatery.com
Pat Miller, AKA The Gabby Gourmet, hosts The Gabby Gourmet Restaurant Show on KHOW-AM 630, Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Pat also writes the popular Gabby Gourmet Restaurant Guide. The 28th edition is available throughout the Denver area. Visit www.gabbygourmet.com for more information.
The next ICON Gala will be held on Friday, March 14th, 2014 at the Grand Hyatt Denver.
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The ICON Awards honor the most creative people in the party and event
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Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado
Alzheimer’s Association, Colorado Chapter
American Heart Association
American Cancer Society
American Transplant Foundation
Anchor Center for Blind Children
Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Colorado
Cherry Hills Land Preserve
Children’s Diabetes Foundation
Children’s Hospital of Colorado Foundation
Colorado Aids Project
Colorado Horse Rescue
Concerts For Kids
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Denver Adult Down Syndrome Clinic
Denver Dumb Friend’s League
Denver Health Foundation
Denver Rescue Mission
The Denver Hospice
The Denver Waldorf School
Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado
Excelsior Youth Center
First American State Bank Fitness Fesival
The Foundation Fighting Blindness
The Gathering Place
The Global Down Syndrome Foundation
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital
Institute for Children’s Mental Disorders
Invest in Kids
Jewish Family Service
The Kempe Foundation
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado
Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives
Parkinson Association of the Rockies
Project Angel Heart
Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers Foundation
Rocky Mtn Lions Eye Institute
Ronald McDonald House Charities
The Saddle Up!Foundation
The Shining Stars Foundation
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Tennyson Center for Children
University of Colorado Hospital Foundation
Volunteers of America
The Icon Gala
Friday March 14, 2014
Grand Hyatt Denver.
If names were not provided, they need to be reported to Lisa at Colorado Expression before March 6, 2014.
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winners names are posted on the website.
Voting: People's Choice vote 1-5, 5 being the best rating.
Marco's just never seems to disappoint. From the mouthwatering antipasto to the creative and over the top delicious pizzas to the fabulous array of desserts, it's such a staple for an intimate dinner or even better for large groups. The staff could not be warmer and more knowledgeable from sharing the extensive history to the current ingredients in every dish. Some highly recommended dishes are the El Poppa Vege (made especially for the Pope) and the Hell's Kitchen with sausage and the best smoked buffalo mozzarella in town. For dessert, don't overlook the amazing Italian desserts, the Cannoli and Pannacatta. Both well worth the calories! With their warm inviting space, Marco's is perfect for large groups. parties, events and catering. They have a lovely downstairs meeting and banquet room.
2129 Larimer St Denver, CO 80205 | (303) 296-7000 | www.marcoscoalfiredpizza.com
Zengo has launched a new Test Kitchen menu titled, Peru to Malaysia, which will highlight the rich flavors of Peruvian and Malaysian cuisine. Every few months, together with his talented team of chefs at Zengo, Sandoval researches and develops new recipes featuring the cuisine and spirits of one Latin and one Asian country; the result is a menu of specialty small plates and cocktails that showcase flavors and techniques from each region. The new “TK” menu will be available from Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Zengo will continue to serve their traditional dinner menu as well, in addition to these new test kitchen menu plates.
Some dishes on the Test Kitchen menu include:
Spicy Crab Potato “Sushi” (Avocado/malay curry/crispy corn cancha/soft purple Peruvian potato cake) $11
Chicken “A la Brasa” Satay (black bean glaze/cucumber rocoto salsa/toasted peanut/potatoes huancaina) $11 ( on the sword)
Arroz Con Mariscos $14 (mussels/scallops/calamari/shrimp/yellow curry/malay rice/thai basil)
Some of the cocktails featured include:
Shiso-jito (Peruvian rum / fresh shiso / fuji apple / fresh lime ) $12
Pisco Elevation (pisco / elderflower liqueur / lychee) $10
"The interior changes to Satchel's on 6th are significant, but these are the same four walls. Satchel's is growing up, and upgrading the restaurant is a natural progression for us. I'm excited for our customers who have been so supportive over the past 8 years to experience the warmer, more comfortable atmosphere."
You are not a true foodie unless you have experienced the culinary genius behind Satchel's on 6th. Named after the owner, Andrew Cassalini's oldest son, their menu is fresh, seasonal, local and reflects great care in everything from the ingredients, the dishes, the cocktails to the overall experience and ambiance. Their new remodel includes a new, custom-built bar and welded metal back bar, all made in Colorado, a new liquor license, allowing Satchel's to now serve cocktails, new antiqued, parquet wood floors, vintage chandeliers and pendants, deep red, channel-backed banquettes along both walls and all new cane topped bars stools and bentwood chairs.
Satchel's has added a happy hour menu and is introducing a number of new seasonal dishes with the re-opening. The new cocktail list will feature signature cocktails on their "client list" on which many of the cocktails are named after some of Satchel's best clients.Jessica Poole will take on the role of bar manager, with bartending support from Jason Ladd.
1710 E 6th Ave Denver, CO 80218 | (303) 399-2560 | satchelson6th.com
Little Man Ice Cream has commissioned one of Denver’s best-known street artists to paint a giant mural at the Little Man Ice Cream plaza. Artist “Jolt” of Guerilla Garden Studios, willpaint a 16-foot by 16-foot mural. An in-demand commercial artist, Jolt has been hired to create works for Mountain Dew and Pabst Blue Ribbon. Jolt is a native of the neighborhood and a North Hight school graduate, his mural at the Little Man Ice Cream plaza will pay homage to North Denver’s rich culturally diverse history.
“The neighborhood has changed tremendously over the past five years, my hope is that the mural and the conversation it evokes draw attention to the significance of areas past and celebrates its future” said Paul Tamburello, the owner of Little Man Ice Cream.
For more information on Little Man, visit www.littlemanicecream.com or call 303-455-3811.
September 1 – October 31, 2013
Zengo joined more than 100 other restaurants in the James Beard Foundation’s (JBF) Taste America® Local Dish Challenge. Foodies nationwide can show their local pride by participating in this social media-driven competition, which is part of the 10-city tour James Beard Foundation’s Taste America®: “Local Flavor from Coast to Coast.” Chef/Restaurateur Richard Sandoval has chosen to feature Carnitas to showcase the best of their local food scene in Denver from September 1 through October 31, 2013. Sandoval will donate $1 from each dish soldtoward local charity Food Bank of the Rockies. Diners can support the JBF Taste America® Local Dish Challenge by following the below steps:
- Visit Zengo between September 1 and October 31.
- Order the Taste America Local Dish
- Take a photo of the dish
- Post to Instagram with #JBFTasteamerica and city hashtag.
Zengo, 1610 Little Raven Street, Riverfront Park, Denver
Restaurant Kelly Liken is located in the Gateway Building at 12 Vail Rd. at the entrance to Vail Village and is open for dinner seven nights a week from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. For reservations, which are strongly recommended, call 970.479.0175. Valet parking is provided.
Whiskey University at The Stanley Hotel is a new attraction for whiskey lovers. Only an hour away from Denver, the Stanley Hotel is an icon in Colorado known for it's old world charm, spectacular views and proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Whiskey University is an educational tasting series held at the historic hotel's Whiskey Bar, whose whiskey collection is comprised of nearly 600 labels from around the world. The whiskey tasting series includes appetizers, costs $39 per person and begins at For more information or to make a reservation, call 970-577-4001 or go to www.stanleyhotel.com/dining.
Though Marco's is well known for their fabulous pizza, they have gone one step further and perfected the brunch by adding fresh cracked eggs and serving great morning cocktails.
A few dishes from their brunch menu include:
To wash it all down they serve bottomless mimosas, house-made Lemoncello and Bloody Marys. All pizzas can also be made gluten-free. Marco's Coal-Fired Pizza and their Summer - Only S'mores Pizza. It's a decadent dessert that will top off any meal. Made fresh with each order it starts with Marco's one-of-a-kind pizza dough, topped with Hershey chocolate, marshmallows and graham cracker crumbs - then toasted to perfection in Marco's coal-fired oven. The sweet treat is $10.
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