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  • It’s been about a year since the six-year-old Wyatt's Pub & Grill tweaked the menu, or so my bartender says — he remembers because it happened around the start of football season. I’m told that the new corned beef they’ve been using has pulled praise from the regulars.…
  • Erika and Cesar Gonzalez have opened a third El Rey Del Taco location, joining their existing eateries along Academy Boulevard. El Rey Del Taco Express  opened in the second quarter of 2017, promising what Erika calls the same quality as the other two El Rey locations, but faster.…
  • Anyone with the fine idea of naming a restaurant Home Made Liquids & Solids has my attention. That’s the name of Oskar Blues’ Longmont location, and they also serve CHUBurgers at several spots and host Tasty Weasel taprooms in Brevard, North Carolina, and Austin, Texas.…
  • When last we visited the Stagecoach, we had some strong words about high prices and inconsistent quality.…
  • Side Dish Everton Cameron, owner and chef of High Grade Catering (mobile business, highgradefoods.com), keeps himself busy. In addition to operating two food trucks under the High Grade name, he pulls regular shifts as a sous chef at St. Francis Medical Center.…
  • Appetite As stated and reinforced on Slice 420's website, menus and even pizza boxes, the food is not infused, nor is it lowbrow stoner munchies. Co-owners Christian and Stefany Patriarca call themselves medical refugees — they sold their Florida pizzeria and moved to Colorado to treat their youngest daughter, Sofia, with cannabidiol, which Christian says has marked a sea change in treating her epilepsy and cerebral palsy.…
  • I'm not out to slam Indy Best Of winners, but I wonder if this CMD is enjoying the spoils by sharing a name with the (separately owned) Uintah Street spot.…
  • Wesley Owens offers pretty much everything one hopes for in a coffee café: comfortable socializing and work space; a retail area with crafts and java supplies; a local art wall; an affordable food menu featuring the likes of panini, house quiches and breakfast plates; and a more-diverse-than-most coffee and drink menu, with all the usual suspects plus an engaging tea list — think: London (Earl Grey), Paris (add lavender syrup) and Tokyo Fog (matcha) drinks.…
  • Coquette’s Bistro has hired Johnathan Shankland as operations manager, effective Monday, Nov. 6, according to a press release. Shankland’s a known face in the local food community, having worked in food and beverage management at The Broadmoor, The Famous and, most recently, the Antlers Hotel.

    “We had put the word out that we were looking for someone to join us in that capacity,” says co-owner Michelle Marx.…
  • In early September, Manitou pizza standard Ruffrano’s opened its third location, tucked into the same increasingly happenin’ complex as La Cava and Smiling Toad Brewery. And by all accounts, it’s offering the same pizza, salad and garlic knots fans can get at the other two locations in town.…
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