From a quirky hand-roll counter in Seattle to a Providence café making the flakiest baklava, these are the places we can't stop thinking about.

This eighteen seat chef’s counter which opened last November is the domain of chef Duncan Holmes.

Esoterra Culinary Garden provides Front Range chefs with stunning, delicious, and totally arcane fruits, veggies, and herbs.

Ready to swig beer in Munich, see street art in Denver, or celebrate pride in the Caribbean?

In nearly every neighborhood, visitors can find eateries to suit any budget and craving. Here’s where to start.

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about the Mile High City.

The term “picky eater” wasn’t commonly used before the 1970s, when it became a convenient label for children who would only swallow mac and cheese (and adults who rarely tried new things).

These talented upstarts are redefining the beverage industry in the rapidly evolving Mile High City.

No longer is Denver simply a western town. While the city is justifiably proud of its western heritage, it's also a modern metropolis where locals, visitors, artists, professionals, sports enthusiasts, millennials, boomers and, yes, chefs, have come from across the country and the globe to stake a claim.

Eating in Colorado is a traveler’s treat, with a wide range of restaurants, pop-ups, bars serving tasty bites, food halls, and even quick-service spots focusing on locally sourced menu items and creative concoctions.

Chef Duncan Holmes doesn't have to worry about dividing his attention between a chef's counter and a dining room: His restaurant is one big chef's counter.

Just like the city itself, Denver’s restaurant landscape is quickly growing and improving.

Getting together with friends and family for an incredible meal is one of life’s greatest joys. But with all the new restaurants that have opened in the last year, it can be a little daunting to pick one that’s right for you and your people.

“Peter Waters’ T/aco in Boulder. It is a great concept — simple and doesn’t stray far off the path of serving only great tacos." Duncan Holmes, Executive Chef of Beckon | Call in Denver, Colorado

"This is a tricky question for sure but I’m going to vote for Pasquale Jones." Duncan Holmes, Executive Chef of Beckon | Call in Denver, Colorado.

Denver’s first chef’s counter-only restaurant.

Big show about not one, but two restaurants! Let’s chat about the rock star team behind nationally recognized Call and the recently opened Beckon.

Guests get front-row views of executive chef Duncan Holmes and his team as they sauté, slice, pour, and plate a bounty of Scandinavian-inspired courses.

Part one of a two-part look at the Mile High City's latest and greatest. (Page 32)

Part of a dual concept that includes daytime favorite Call, moody Beckon offers a dining experience like no other in town.

Over the last year, Denver has boomed with new and exciting restaurants, including French fare, Mexican cuisine and bespoke dining experiences you have to book months in advance.

They all serve destination-worthy rolls, loaves, and slices.

A restaurant with a delicious split personality.

Another year, another round of new restaurant trends and experiences.

From breweries to hotels and "fast-fine" concepts, these are some of the openings that caught our hospitality reporter's eye in 2018.

Denver's first chef's counter-only dining experience is now open.

2018 is coming to a close, so it's time to look back and pick our favorites.

Five things to know before you book your ticketed experience at the intimate, Scandinavian-influenced eatery.

Intimate dining is not entirely new to Denver. Chefs counters and micro-restaurants have pushed Mile High patrons to get cozy.

Denver Post | Beckon, by executive chef Duncan Holmes, finally opens next to Call in RiNo

Diners sit around the open kitchen and watch all of the eight courses being prepared right in front of them.

Eater Denver | Denver’s First Chef’s Counter-Only Restaurant Opens Tomorrow

17-seat Beckon is a higher-end follow up to the nationally praised Call in RiNo.

Welcome to Beckon, Denver's only restaurant exclusively serving chef's tasting menus.

As a follow-up to nationally lauded Call, owner Craig Lieberman offers a concept that is more ambitious.