Art of the City: Red Rocks, Tasty Treats, and Craft Cocktails in Denver

January 10, 2018 Posted In

Written by Lauren Monitz, Trivago

The pop rocks crackle on my tongue as I wonder what Chef Troy Guard’s thought process must’ve been to consider coating Hamachi with the curious candy. The dish was almost too pretty to eat, but that didn’t stop me from shoveling the delicate bites greedily into my mouth. Food is as much an art form as anything else, and the innovative farm-to-table dining scene in Denver is quickly becoming competitive with any other big city in the country. Troy’s made a name for himself here, a big fish in a not-so-little-anymore pond.

It’s no secret that Denver is having a moment. Consistently voted one of the best places to live, one of the best year-round destinations, one of the greenest cities, and one of the most bike-friendly cities, the list goes on and on. No, the Mile High is definitely not flying under the radar anymore.

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