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  • Sweet Cow

    Sweet Cow

    You really haven't had ice cream until you've had Sweet Cow's. Spike-haired Drew Honness, a young DIY-style entrepreneur who got his start in the ice cream business scooping for Springs-based Josh & John's, runs his ecologically correct concern... More on Sweet Cow »

  • Early Bird Restaurant

    Early Bird Restaurant

    It might seem easy to make an omelet, but it isn't -- as the dishes flying out of the kitchen at Early Bird Restaurant, a quaint breakfast-and-lunch spot that opened in Westminster in the summer of 2012, can attest. Chef-owner Daniel Cofrades,... More on Early Bird Restaurant »

  • Aviano Coffee

    Aviano Coffee

    Aviano Coffeeis now in its third location -- the second in Cherry Creek -- and the third time could be a charm. Through all the moves, though, one thing has been consistent: Owners Doug and Saadia Naiman are dedicated to making the best coffee in... More on Aviano Coffee »

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Bars & Clubs

  • Green Russell

    Green Russell

    When Green Russell's doors -- specifically, the swinging pie-shop door that fronts the place -- opened in November 2010, they revealed a beautiful space that Frank and Jacqueline Bonanno and award-winning bar manager Adam Hodak had created in... More on Green Russell »

  • Rocky Top Tavern

    Rocky Top Tavern

    The old Hill-Top Bar, just north of I-70 at 4907 Lowell Boulevard, was one of the tiniest dives in town -- but it had a big group of fans, and that small spot produced a lot of memories. In early 2014, the bar was resurrected as the Rocky Top... More on Rocky Top Tavern »

  • Cheapskates Action Sports Bar

    Cheapskates Action Sports Bar

    About a year and a half after opening Cheapskates Action Sports Bar in Olde Town Arvada, Ryan Galbraith and Chris Stinson, who have worked in the action-sports industry for years, opened a second location in Aurora. This outlet, which is much... More on Cheapskates Action Sports Bar »

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Music Venues

  • The Soiled Dove Underground

    The Soiled Dove Underground

    A huge improvement over its previous location in LoDo, the newer, classier Soiled Dove in Lowry, which opened in 2006, was built from the ground up, with music as its focal point. The crescent-shaped seating area was designed so that anyone... More on The Soiled Dove Underground »

  • Eck's Saloon

    Eck's Saloon

    Much larger than it appears from the outside, Eck's Saloon has plenty of room for hearty drinkers, bikers, pool sharks and those who just want to stretch out and dance. Anyone with an affinity for '80s hair rock is pretty much guaranteed to fall... More on Eck's Saloon »

  • The Lava Room

    The Lava Room

    The Lava Room, inside the Reserve Hotel and Casino in Central City, is a 300-capacity live-music venue that brings in national artists, including a number of classic-rock acts, and it’s just about the best spot to see live entertainment in the... More on The Lava Room »

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Food Trucks

  • Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs

    Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs

    Biker Jim, aka Jim Pettinger, a former repo man who slings Denver's best wieners from his polished stainless-steel carts downtown and, more recently, from the parking lot of Argonaut Liquors, knew he'd struck culinary gold when acerbic food... More on Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs »

  • Steuben's Food Truck

    Steuben's Food Truck

    Steuben's was the first restaurant in town to jump on the mobile-food bandwagon, retrofitting an old lunch truck and sending it out onto the streets of Denver in the summer of 2010. The kitchen is tiny, but the flavors coming out of it are big.... More on Steuben's Food Truck »

  • Taco Wagon

    Taco Wagon

    The Taco Wagon, crouching in the parking lot of El Mercado, a Mexican grocery in Lafayette, commands eye-rollingly long waits, but it's worth missing whatever commitment you've got lined up -- school, court, hell, even your nuptials -- to first... More on Taco Wagon »

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Coffee Shops

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in Denver / Boulder and around the world. Named for the chief mate... More on Starbucks »

  • Crema Coffee House

    Crema Coffee House

    Crema Coffeehouse draws its name from the rich, caramel-colored foam that caps any decent shot of espresso right after it's pulled. And that's the primary job of the baristas at Crema: to pull decent shots of espresso. They also brew coffee from... More on Crema Coffee House »

  • Stella's Coffeehaus

    Stella's Coffeehaus

    Owner Stan Geels originally envisioned his coffeehouse as a community gathering spot, a place where people could come and work in peace -- something he had trouble finding when he was in sales and looking for a good spot to catch up between calls... More on Stella's Coffeehaus »

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    • What was your first cocktail? I recently found myself at Centro Latin Kitchen & Refreshment Palace, the place where I had my first-ever drink. Er, first legal drink, that is. With a tasty mezcal cocktail in front of me, and a light crowd of happy-hour Banana Republic professionals around me, I thought about what had happened over my 21 rounds of booze. When I started writing "Coming of Age With 21 Drinks," I not only hoped to chronicle a time in Denver when the cocktail and bartending movements were in full swing -- I hoped to learn more... More on Centro Latin Kitchen & Refreshment Palace »

    • Kyle Harris writes for Westword

      David Rutherford, director of the Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra, begrudges classical music institutions for relying on snobbery to attract audiences. Elitism has fallen out of fashion, he says; the border erected between the public and performers needs to crumble and musical institutions need to create new ways to bring in crowds. For Rutherford, the perfect ingredient for cooking up a vibrant future for classical music is collaboration. For his most recent "out of the box" performance, his chamber orchestra is working with Augustana Arts,... More on Holiday Event Center »

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