The Legend of Georgia McBride By Phil Noir

Looking for a good night out of great music, laughs, sweet tenderness – and lots of glitz? Brighten up these long wintry nights with a ticket to The Legend of Georgia McBride, now playing at Denver Center Ricketson Theater. This world premiere just might be the start of an entire franchise of film, tv shows and an…

Game Day (Or Any Day) Wings By Edan Goode

A while back, we visited Marco’s Coal-Fired Pizzeria in Denver where the highlight of a wonderful meal was the plate of the Coal-Fired Limoncello Wings. Upon first bite, my partner said “So this is what chicken is supposed to taste like.” The wings were the best we’d ever had and we’ve had us some great…

Evita, the Truth Is I Didn’t Like You By Phil Noir

What do you want out of a Broadway show? How do you want to spend a night in a room full of strangers? Where do you want the experience to take you? These questions coursed through my mind as I contemplated Denver’s opening night performance of Evita. This revival, originally staged in 1978, is being hailed as a…

14 High Hopes for 2014…or…Which Way, Denver?

We’ve already given you our Reviews in Review, our favorites from among the many terrific things we experienced and wrote about in 2013. But there were other highlights of 2013 that didn’t necessarily get written up by the In Good Taste Denver team, but which had an impact on us nonetheless. And there are also…

10 Exciting Reasons to Visit Denver in 2014

Our friends at VisitDenver, who have their finger on the pulse of all that’s happening in Denver, have put out their list of things to look forward to in 2014. With their permission, and because we couldn’t have said it better ourselves, we present:  A Trend-Setting Year in The Mile High City  1.    Stroll through an…

2013 Reviews in Review

You see them everywhere – those year-end wrap ups. Top news events, top celebrity baby bump sitings, top ridiculous quotes from politicians – you name it, somebody’s going to compile it to help wrap up the year with a tidy, numbered bow. Love ’em or hate ’em, we’re joining the bandwagon again this year. With…

Getaway: Winter in the City By T. Ravlin Lyte

The holidays are almost over and there’s always that slight let down. We decided to avoid that post-holiday slump by planning something fun in the heart of downtown Denver. Our Winter in the City Getaway revolved around the Mile High Holidays Hotel Deals through Visit Denver’s program. The deals to get rooms for the mile high…

August: Osage County By Lotta Buddah

Ah, a nice family post-funeral dinner. Momma hasn’t arrived yet, thus the smiles. I’m spent. After seeing August: Osage County, starring such big guns as Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts, I’m wiped out, but in a good way. Here are the lessons I learned from watching the story of this totally dysfunctional family that comes together…

American Hustle By Phil Noir

Despite seedy, dysfunctional characters and plunging necklines revealing (nearly) bare breasts of Amy Adams, the film American Hustle is as American and wholesome as apple pie. Midlife crisis con man Irving, played by a bloated Christian Bale, is as much a devoted family man as Jimmy Stewart in It’s a Wonderful Life, and  the ending…