• Pressed Juice Dailys Roots 1 and Citrus 1 both contain nutrients that boost your immune system. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    Cleanse the Body and Mind

    It’s a little surprising that the fresh juicing trend has trickled into Colorado at a slower pace than other states, but fresh juicing as a sole business is just now gaining traction.
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  • The Terminal Bar and Great Hall allows visitors to travel back in time to the building's turn-of-the-century heyday. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    Union Station

    Chef Jennifer Jasinski is determined to break the “coastal-superiority myth” that fresh seafood can’t be found in a landlocked state with her newest restaurant, Stoic & Genuine.
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  • Odells 5 Barrel Pale Ale will be on tap along with Oktoberfest, Myrcenary IPA, 90 Shilling and a few new brews on September 19-20. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    O’zapft is!

    Bavarians call it die Weisen, most Germans call it Oktoberfest, and Americans well, we just call it a good time. This September Lowry Beer Garden will tap the kegs and declare O’zapft is.
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  • Grilled Beef Coulotte with wood-roasted mushrooms, shishito peppers and bordolaise. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    The Nickel

    Though The Nickel is shiny and new, this new space in the historic Hotel Teatro feels well seasoned. It evokes a maturity that says, “We know Colorado, and this is it.”
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  • Curtis Park Deli's The Curtis sandwich with Nimon Ranch corned beef and Five Points Fermentation sauerkraut. Photography: Annette Slade

    Between Two Slices

    Summer days call for a great sandwich, a shady patio and a tall drink. The best Denver offers between two slices of bread can be found in some of the city’s best food neighborhoods: Highlands, Uptown and Wash Park.
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  • Bit O' Honey with Corralejo tequila, Campari, lemon juice and honey syrup. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    A Toast to Denver’s Rails

    Since its inception, the city of Denver has been a story of trade trails and iron rails. Now that the reopening of Union Station has put the steam back in our love of railroads, it’s time to raise a glass or two to the places and faces that pay tribute to the train.
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  • East Coast Scallops with potato confit, chorizo, fresno pepper and corn broth. Photography: Annette Slade Photography

    Put Twelve on Your Monthly Calendar

    Two cold glasses of French chenin blanc appeared with a perfectly pink duck Rillette dotted with a sliver of radish, the smallest carrot I’ve ever seen, purple flax flowers and some other edible floral buds that I didn’t recognize. We coated slabs of bread with the country pate while taking in the room.
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  • Illustration by Lisa Haney

    Colorado Farms

    For restaurant-owners and chefs, even if the food is locally sourced, it’s no longer as easy as calling a supplier and waiting for the backdoor delivery in a few days’ or weeks’ time.
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