My passion for authentic Mexican food began thirty years ago in Mazatlan when I ignored travel guide warnings and wandered from my hotel buffet to an open air street vendor for lunch. It was a small brightly colored kioske surrounded by bar stools where you bellied up to a counter to order and eat. Unable to
Marco’s Coal Fired Pizza serves up some of the most delicious thin crust Neapolitan style pizza to be had in Denver. Proof is in the pudding as they’ve won 5280 Magazine Top Of The Town Reader’s Choice for Best Pizza in Denver for 2013, 2012 and 2010, and Westword’s Best Pizza in Denver Award for
Trout Almondine from JaJa French Bistro in Littleton This is Salmon Saturday cheating at it’s best. You see, the traveling Doolittle’s rolled into town this week and plans for visits, dinners and restaurants found absolutely no time to prepare a meal for this week’s Salmon Saturday. Realizing my predicament, I had Larry snap a photo
For this week’s Salmon Saturday, wild caught Sockeye Salmon filets from our freezer stash became a platform for using up some of our garden produce. My lush basil plants on the back patio are starting to wane, I guess you can’t blame them. After a long and successful Summer of providing me with ribbons of
With warm decor, great service and wonderful food, we’ve fallen in love with Chinook Tavern. Located in Greenwood Village, it’s a perfect place to entertain clients for lunch, or great for a special evening out. Be prepared for a welcoming comfortable and memorable dining experience. Let’s take a look.
A shot at our booth, a lunch outing at Patsy’s Inn, the oldest Italian Restaurant in Denver. My husband is a Denver native and grew up in what we affectionately call “the old country” and officially known as the “Little Italy“. In recent years, the area has undergone a renovation and now is part
Ja Ja Bistro. A great little local owned French Restaurant in Downtown Littleton.
A mid-day field trip to Brighton found us eating Kraut Burgers for lunch and exploring a wonderful certified organic farm. Let’s take a look. With my friend Marla as tour guide, and friend Kirsten, we were given a mighty fine tour. You see, Marla’s Russian-German descendants settled in this agriculture rich area of Colorado. She and her family
Everyone needs a little culture, so this week we headed into the city to the Denver Art Museum to see the King Tut Exhibit. One of our favorite things to do is to attend a show at the museum and have lunch at Palettes Restaurant. Palettes is located inside the museum, is a Kevin Taylor Restaurant and
I’ve been wanting to go for Pho for years. I just haven’t because I didn’t know what to order, how to eat it or even how to act once I got there. This past Friday, Deborah and I went to Pho Saigon Restaurant Denver. A couple of months ago I walked into our office and