We’d like to thank the Academy for all our new followers. ~ Season’s Harvest
We aren’t the only ones who are gushing about Colorado’s own Fruition, Rioja, Restaurant Six89 and Frasca Food & Wine. Take another look at the D Post story on the 2012 JBF Awards – winners to be announced May 7 – giving you plenty of time to get to Cannes for that annual film hoohaw.
There are more reasons than ever to be excited about Denver Restaurant Week. You still have a chance to make some eleventh-hour reservations – and since it starts this weekend, we DO mean last-minute.
If you are “just visiting” or have been cooking at home a lot, you need to educate yourself and your palate by trying some of these wonderful places. To guide you, let 5280 send you to the 25 Best, or consult Urban Spoon for helpful reviews, 10Best’s lists include great places to eat, and our city’s food critic helps us narrow it down to ten at The Denver Post. Finally 5280 gives us the low down on the most recent Top Chef casting call.
If the Oscars are your thing, you should visit FoodRepublic.com’s 17 Best Picture Food Scenes (only one of which we agree is both about food and “best” – you guess which.)
If you are watching at home with all your celebrity friends who were “on hiatus” in 2011 (weren’t we all?) go straight to Epicurious.com’s Oscars Party Planner.
And one last award for best “fishie” information in Denver goes to Seattle Fish’s Market Report!
See you at the Vanity Fair party.
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