Q&A Pastry Chef Watercourse Foods

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Rachel Kesley of Watercourse Foods talks to us about the Denver culinary scene. Read on to find out about her biggest kitchen mishap and how she ended up cooking for Prince. Carri: What trends do you notice in Denver food scene? Rachel:I see a lot more of the farm to table and using the whole […]

Sync Into Relaxation at the Four Seasons Spa

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The name Four Seasons Hotel is synonymous with luxury. And the 9000-square-foot spa inside certainly lives up to the brand’s reputation. This location stands out with its Colorado-themed touches, such as the 10 treatment rooms named for gemstones mined from Colorado quarries. In fact, locally sourced healing gemstones are incorporated into many of the treatments, and as a […]

Blown Glass From Chihuly Enhances Denver Botanic Gardens


It’s still an experience to see blown glass showcased solo or displayed inside a museum or gallery, but Denver Botanic Gardens is among 13 gardens across the country to take art to the next level. Chihuly incorporates bold colors of blown glass designed specifically for this exhibit. Glass artwork decorates pathways and can even be […]

Profile: Denver’s Central Bistro

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Dotted with vintage pieces from Denver’s past, Central Bistro is a true community eatery. Its famous “HOT” sign frames the kitchen entrance – a relic from the once great Regency Hotel where both Elvis and the Pope spent a Denver night. The Central Street restaurant offers patrons unpretentious gourmet dishes and a long list of […]

Denver’s 13th Floor Haunted House Ranks Number One in USA Today

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I complied a list featuring the scariest haunted houses for USA Today– and there was only one clear choice for the no.1 spot- Denver’s 13th Floor Haunted House. Inside find zombies and mayans at the set up in RiNo District. Chris Stafford and Warren Conrad start the experience with an “undead scene,” where individuals make their […]

5 New Ways To Stay Overnight in Denver


New Lodging is running the gamut across the state. Here’s a look at some of the newest concepts The Art Hotel. A new 165-room boutique hotel in Denver is expected to open in late 2014, showcasing a lobby with modern art and guest rooms with vibrant art and wall coverings. The Art Hotel will be […]

Video: MICI Handcrafted Italian + Q&A

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Generation old recipes can be found at Mici Handcrafted Italian in Cherry Creek, Stapleton, Downtown Denver and soon.. Highlands Ranch. We head inside to chat with the family ownded business. and toss around a few pies. Q:  How did the idea for “Mici” come to be? Food was always the main attraction for our Italian […]

Q&A with Toshi Kizaki, Master Chef / Izakaya Den and Sushi Den


Sushi Den and Izakaya Den are known as being some of the best destinations for Japanese fare in Denver, and master chef Toshi Kizaki is the man behind their top-notch sushi and globally influenced cuisine. The newer of the two, Izakaya Den, opened just last year in a sleek space complete with a bamboo garden, […]

Cavalia Returns to Denver with Odysseo + Chance to Win


Chance to win 2 tickets for Odysseo premier night on September 17! Easy Entry! 1. Like Catch Carri on Facebook. 2. Share this post! 3. Email carri@catchcarri.com and tell us your favorite performance to date (Emails kept private and are used so we can notify the winners). A show featuring high-tech theatrical effects, 64 horses and 45 artists will set […]

Video: An Interview with Frank Bonanno

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I recently caught up with chef Frank Bonanno, who owns and cooks in 11 Denver restaurants. The first of his restaurants, Mizuna, opened in 2001 and the success of the place has spun into a cookbook and launched his restaurant empire. Bonanno told me that the idea for Mizuna actually started when he was at […]