Note: This review was published in the February 2018 issues of Life on Capitol Hill and the Washington Park Profile. For me, classic simplicity will always win the day. Denver’s cuisine scene is undergoing a revolution, yes, and there are many hot/haute new trends having their day (way). Maybe that’s why I crave comfort more often than not. My wife and I recently began watching Chef’s Table on Netflix. Great show—it’s a must see. The first episode introduces viewers to Massim
Note: This review was published in the January 2018 issues of Life on Capitol Hill and the Washington Park Profile. Welcome, friends, to the second installment of what I guess I’m calling "Local Bites.” If you’re reading this, I’ll take that to mean I didn’t completely alienate you last month. I hope you tried the ribs at Adrift—amazing, right?—and I hope to receive any and all suggestions from you. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a dish in need of press.
Note: This review was the inaugural in a new food column I launched in the December 2017 issues of Life on Capitol Hill and the Washington Park Profile. With this month marking the first day of winter—Dec. 21 being, for this writer, the dreaded day—and this being the first installment in what I hope will become a regular food column in this paper, I thought why not go big and bold: why not go ribs? I’ve always loved summer and, being a southerner by birth, I figured I’d used