Omnivore - The Hash: Denver chef berates Yelpers, coffee recipes for every occasion, and more
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ORDER UP: Japanese artist Dr. Pei created a sushi restaurant, complete with a functioning conveyor belt, out of Legos. But that Star Wars set it took you months to finish is still pretty cool.
Second Self's Citrus IPA is on tap at local restaurants just in time for spring weather and baseball season. Brewed with Columbus, Amarillo, and Citra hops, lemon, orange, and grapefruit peel, the Citrus IPA smells sweet but tastes dry. Pair it with pan-roasted trout, mussels, artichokes, or gruyere cheese.
It's clapback season for Denver chef Mark Nery, who's tired of bad Yelp reviews from sub-par customers. His insults to (former) patrons include an accusation of watching FBI-worthy porn in the restaurant and outright calling a 74-year-old an asshole.
Incorporate coffee into every meal with cappuccino pancakes, quinoa and coffee chili, espresso brined and sea salted chicken drumettes, and greek yogurt with coffee and fig compote.
Eventide Brewing is starting Sunday boozy brunch an hour early at 11:30 a.m. Buy a tour and enjoy it with a menu created by Pop Dog.
Olive Garden's latest creation, the Piadina, is to the quesadilla what frittatas are to omelettes. The "Mexi-talian" dish is made of cheese, veggies, and/or meat melded together between Italian flatbreads.