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    When Vesta Dipping Grill arrived back in 1997, it changed Denver's dining scene. For starters, the restaurant pioneered an area where fine dining, even casual fine dining, was relatively known: the upper end of LoDo. And then, the place was just so cool: an edgy, industrial interior; a fun concept that paired homemade sauces with your...
    What a long, strange trip it's been. For more than twenty years, Vesta was the coolest kid on a block that the restaurant immediately made cool when it opened in 1997. There wasn't much happening in the 1800 block of Blake Street at the time; Coors Field had opened only two years earlier, and...
    The Denver restaurant community lost one of its best and brightest on Sunday, July 5, when chef Brandon Foster passed away while hiking with his family in Summit County. Since 2016, Foster had been the executive chef for Project Angel Heart, a nonprofit organization that delivers medically customized meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses....
    By Ann Levin | Associated Press Dark doesn’t even begin to describe Ottessa Moshfegh’s latest novel, “Death in Her Hands.” Try horrifying, macabre, fashionably self-referential and exceptionally well-written — a book, as the publisher’s blurb says, that asks us to consider how the stories we tell ourselves both reflect the truth and keep us blind...
    “Death in Her Hands,” by Ottessa Moshfegh (Penguin Press) Dark doesn’t even begin to describe Ottessa Moshfegh’s latest novel, “Death in Her Hands.” Try horrifying, macabre, fashionably self-referential and exceptionally well-written - a book, as the publisher’s blurb says, that asks us to consider how the stories we tell ourselves both reflect the truth and...