Nao-san, as he’s known, received his training from a senior chef who is now a Michelin star chef in San Francisco while he worked at Sushi Zanmai. He worked his way up in the kitchen, and now eager patrons enjoy watching this master chef at work as he hand-wraps perfect temaki and carefully creates beautiful plate after beautiful plate of amazing fresh fish options.
This local hot spot goes well beyond the "GF" buzzword. Instead it's home to food without any processed seed oils, grains or processed sugars and very limited dairy. Locals have been flocking to this year-old establishment, thanks to Paleckova's dedication to her recipes, her creativity and her art.
What began as a modest catering operation in now a pride and joy of the Boulder foodie scene. It's all thanks to Rosenberg's fresh and detailed approach. "I have a math and science background, so I like things to be logical," he said. "But cooking is also an art, so I try to find the balance between what makes sense and what excites the senses."
The Wild Standard menu has no call-outs for vegan or gluten-free diners, which are plentiful in Boulder, because Chef Derek Baril has designed his dishes to be easily customized to accommodate a plethora of dietary requests.
The irony is painfully evident. The First Amendment exists specifically to protect the unpopular speech. The things the majority doesn’t want to hear. It exists precisely for the Kaepernicks and Alis and Smiths and Carloses to stand up for what is clearly still an issue — almost 50 years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — in what’s supposed to be a post-racial society.
When it comes to the beloved details, craft brewing and craft growing aren’t far off from each other. Craft brewing ties its emergence to the development of Cascade Hops and other relatively obscure ingredients being grown and released in small-batches. The high-end cannabis set prizes unique strains, with the most special cuttings fetching as much as $10,000 per plant.
Patsy’s Inn. This remarkable gem of a restaurant opened in 1921, and very little ever changed within over the decades since. As the neighborhood grew and changed around them, you could still count on Patsy’s Inn for a bowl of homemade noodles in red sauce, some great wine and fantastic company.
The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is the nation’s largest nonprofit theatre organization, a Tony Award-winning company (1998 Tony for Outstanding Regional Theatre), and is now home to another big first. Janice Sinden, who has been serving as Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s Chief of Staff since 2011, was announced as the new CEO of the Denver Center. She’s one of only a handful of
They've been called "the most dynamic duo of this generation" by The San Francisco Classical Voice. Now, classical music's most powerful pair are bringing their dazzling Concerto for Two Pianos to Boulder audiences. Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe are the piano duo who will perform Poulenc's Double Concerto and Rachmaninoff's Pagaanini Rhapsody accompanied by the Boulder
Yellow Scene: The Color Before the Sun is a fantastic departure from what we’ve come to expect from Coheed and Cambria after your epic Amory Wars anthology. Talk a little bit about the composition and production process and how it differed from everything before it.
Coheed and Cambria: Aside from the album being outside the concept it had a completely different approach in the recording