Archive for September, 2009
Panzano Does Free Zeppole Posted by
Panzano Restaurant, one of my favorite eateries, at 909 17th Street is doing a fun promotion to kick off their new Zeppole program this coming Monday, September 28th. On that day they will be giving away 1,000 hot fresh Zeppole and coffee from their patio at 17th & Champa. Zeppole closely resemble donut holes and are an Italian delicacy. After this kick off, from 7:00 am to 8:30 am every Monday a Panzano chef will be outside cooking the confections that will be available for sale to people passing by.
Two flavors are planned; plain and one filled with hazelnut chocolate ganache. Freshly brewed coffee will also be available by the cup for $2. Zeppole will be sold by the half dozen and dozen and range from $3 for a half dozen plain to $7 for a full dozen of the chocolate filled (prices include tax). I think this is a fun idea and look forward to trying my first Zeppole on Monday.
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Four Seasons - The Mast Posted by
The Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences Denver reached a new milestone on September 17th when it was crowned with its “mast” securing the building’s prominence in Denver’s skyline. I very much wanted to attend the event on Thursday but was out of town. It was awesome to see the mast in place as I came back into town via I-25 on Friday afternoon though! That final 75 foot piece really defines the building and is the only element of its kind in Downtown Denver. I will post updated photos showing the mast and the almost complete glass facade on the upper floors soon. Congratulations to the entire team on this accomplishment.
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Taste of Colorado 2009 Posted by
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Cilantro Fusion Posted by
Last week Cilantro Fusion opened in the former Juan’s Restaurant space at 1531 Stout Street. Featuring high-quality home style Spanish/Mexican cuisine they will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casually elegant atmosphere.
Cilantro Fusion also offers Mexican beer, fresh fruit Mojitos, margaritas and martinis. As a tribute to its predecessor Juan’s green chili will stay on the menu. I wish the owner, Gabriela Bossy, luck and look forward to checking it out.
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