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Thursday, April 10,2014

Authentic Mexican Snickers bars

Mamacita’s goes beyond burritos

By Josh Gross
But a big part of that melting pot being in America is, of course, the need for there to be a giant, hideous television screen every single place you look.
Thursday, April 3,2014

Chicken a la antlers

Posting up at The Post Brewing Co.

By Josh Gross
The Sunday brunch menu has a few crossover items from the chicken-centric dinner menu, but focuses more on traditional breakfast items like roast beef hash ($11) and a delicious-sounding egg-battered slab of Texas toast dressed up in bourbon apples ($9).
Thursday, March 27,2014

Barbecue-topia at KT’s Hickory Pit

By Josh Gross
There are four KT’s locations. The East Boulder spot I visited is a converted house on 74th and Arapahoe, decorated with Elvis memorabilia, including a copy of the only cookbook this reporter owns hanging on the wall, Are You Hungry Tonight?: Elvis’s Favorite Recipes.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Pica’s Taqueria

By Josh Gross
Co-worker David Accomazzo was blunt in what to expect from Pica’s Taqueria: “hipster tacos,” he said.
Thursday, March 13,2014

Experience Mediterranean gigantism at its tastiest

By Josh Gross
Hummus and dolmas and shawarmas, oh my; there’s a reason the kids hit this place after hitting the bong.
Thursday, February 27,2014

Leenie’s Southern Cafe is a bit more cafe than Southern

Where to eat comfortable food wearing comfortable pants

By Josh Gross
Leenie’s leans more toward being a Southern-influenced diner than it does a full-blown Southern cafe.
Thursday, February 20,2014

Give me home fries or give me death

The North Boulder Cafe is some fine truck stop chic

By Josh Gross
The North Boulder Cafe is about as close to a lonely roadside diner as one is likely to find in city limits.
Thursday, February 13,2014

Boulder restaurant Zeal flaunts enthusiasm

Fresh, local and organic

By Josh Gross
Zeal is what Boulder has come to expect from sleek, Pearl Street eateries: A clean, modern design with high ceilings, plenty of light and colors as natural and comforting as the food.
Thursday, February 6,2014

Shamane’s make sha-magic in your sha-mouth

By Christine Vazquez
Though the shop’s tagline is “making your sweet dreams come true,” they are clearly making a run at satisfying savory dreams as well.
Thursday, January 30,2014

Tibet Kitchen: bad parking, great prices

Is this Boulder's best lunch special?

By Josh Gross
While they may look it, momos aren’t finger foods. They squirt hot, burny, liquid, which is fine for your mouth, but not for your wrist. Don’t be a hero. Just use a fork.