A restaurant that serves oysters and other seafood is opening on Wednesday in Denver’s Union Station.
Large amounts of seafood being sold in grocery stores and other venues in Denver are mislabeled as something else, according to a new report.
If you’ve been whinging (Queen’s English slang for complaining) about not attending the summer Olympics in London, no worries. Grab your sneakers and try some of these smashing spots for a bit of fried fish, a pile of thickly-cut fries and a hearty splash of malt vinegar.
In 2011, five of Denver’s hottest restaurants helped expand the city’s palate, and are now putting Denver on the culinary map.
Face it – we’re in the middle of nowhere as far as seafood goes – so you’re not likely to find many deals on fish, fresh or otherwise. Here are a few to work with.