One of my friends who spend a considerable amount of time in D-town gave me the heads up on her favorite coffee house, Crema Coffee House, which is a little north of Coors Field.
On my recent trip to the Mile High City (Denver), a lot of you all recommended that I take a trip to the D Bar in the Washington Park section of Denver. Done. K and I met one of her good friends and husband and tasted it up. First of all, the place is tiny, there’s probably seating for 24 inside, but it is close. So we sat out on the patio with a couple of drinks and waited about 30 minutes to get a seat.
D Is For Dinner?
This place is famous for its desserts, as the owner Keegan Gerhard is on TV as the host/judge of the Food Network Challenge. Despite the hype and promise of amazing desserts, we ordered of the dinner menu first.
First thing that one of the diners ordered was the Kobe Beef Sliders. They were described on the menu like this: brioche ∙ drunken onions ∙ white cheddar ∙ garlic aioli ∙ parm fries
Oops, wrong Kobe Slider picture! No, really, they were awesome.
I’m taking a little trip this week, but I’ll still be hitting the keys and knocking out a few blogs. I’ve got a couple of good ones on tap for the next few days. But in honor of my trip out west to Denver and the home of my alma mater, Fort Collins, here are a couple of tunes to either make you nostalgic of your own times spent out West or jealous of my pending excitement (maybe both)!