Josie is a good eater and drinker with experience snacking from the Midwest to the Middle East. After very nearly expatriating, she has spent the past six years around Denver writing about food news, trends, and policy and just trying to figure out Colorado's cuisine.
Hopheads who are sober or sober-curious have a new Colorado-made brew to try out.
‘It’s brutal in there’: Marshall Fire destroys Louisville restaurant 15 days after opening
On Dec. 15, Don Gragg and Scott and Brian Boyd were excited to debut a second neighborhood location in Louisville. Just 15 days later, on Dec. 30, that restaurant was...
This Denver restaurant opened two locations during the pandemic. One of them burned in the Marshall fire.
Childhood friends Don Gragg and Scott and Brian Boyd have had one of the more surreal experiences running a Denver restaurant -- their first -- together.
Dozens of new places to stay, eat and play in Colorado’s ski towns this winter
Here are nearly 40 hotels, restaurants, bars and lounges that have opened since last ski season.
To see fall colors, skip the tourist traps and head to these small Colorado towns instead
Coloradans know we're approaching one of the best times of year to get out into the mountains. And also one of the shortest times.
At Cured, the sandwich menu is stacked perfection
Owners Coral and Will Frischkorn and their team offer around six different daily French bread sandwiches wrapped up in deli paper, to be taken at the counter.
GABF canceled in Denver for second year in a row
The national event typically draws some 60,000 attendees to Denver in early October and generates around $35 million in all for the local economy. But for the second year in...
9 ways you can actually hang out with your friends this winter
Get ready for rooftop winter games, outdoor dining with 360-degree views and bundled up drive-in movies to break up your winter indoors.
Not all “outdoor” dining is allowed under Level Red. Here’s what to know before going out to eat.
According to the state's health department, only certain outside dining scenarios are still considered "outdoors" under Level Red coronavirus restrictions.
How to interpret Colorado’s mixed messaging about dining out right now
Without businesses shut down, the message remains confusing whether it's safe to go out, or not.