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New review of Senor Jalapeno Mexican Restaurant now posted under Out to Dinner!

Read the review HERE.


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adelitas  Adelita’s Fine Mexican Food (Loveland, CO)

UPDATE: As of March 25, 2009, Adelita’s is still closed. A fire in December forced the closure. The building is currently undergoing renovations.

There’s no word on when Adelita’s is scheduled to reopen. I have tried to call their telephone number, but no one answers.

UPDATE: As of April 24, 2009, Adelitas is NOW OPEN!!!  I have not been in yet, but as soon as we get a chance, I’ll check out the renovations and see if this construction project has changed the pricing structure.

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I finally visited the new Smashburger in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Read my review HERE.

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After a recent visit, I have updated my review on Max’s Gill & Grill, Denver, CO.

See review HERE.

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 Recommended Summer Reading

From the author who brought us “The Girl with the Pearl Earring” comes a brilliant novel about coming of age in William Blake’s England. Tracy Chevalier is one of my all-time favorite authors.

Read my review HERE.

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Saratoga, WY

Please read my review of Lollypops, home of the world’s best eggs benedict, HERE.

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Anthony Bourdain No Reservations Around the World on an Empty Stomach (book cover)

Anthony Bourdain is a chef and best selling author who has been turned his food expertise into a popular Travel Channel show called, “Anthony Bourdain No Reservations.” The show is currently entering its fifth season. This is not your grandma’s cooking show, nor is it an average travel show. Bourdain has drank and smoked his way around the world, experiencing each country, region and hamlet through their food and making unique and sometimes memorable (if not politically incorrect) cultural observations along the way. 

This has to be the first travel/food show with a parental warning that diligently runs before each segment. Bourdains unorthodox style is amusing and informational. His approach isn’t always warm and fuzzy, but then again, real life isn’t either. 

Catch a new “No Reservations” tomorrow night at 8 p.m. (Mountain time zone) when Bourdain travels to Columbia, South America.

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