Eater is all for staying in on Valentine’s Day, what with the expensive prix fixe menus, over-worked kitchen staff and servers, and sad single red roses. But for those whose hearts are set on a meal out, there are still reservations to be had at recommendable restaurants on February 14, including some tried-and-true Philly favorites and a few notable newcomers.
Throughout February, Denver restaurants are awash with romantic prix-fixe menus and cutesy couples-only adventures. This one-event-fits-all model ignores any creative opportunities for couples, groups, friends, family, and singles to celebrate their love. Here are ten alternatives — not only falling on Valentine’s Day — to the typical Hallmark hype and fare.
Sandwiches are quite possibly the world’s most perfect, self-contained food and Los Angeles boasts more than a handful of greats. From the French dip at Philippe the Original to the Godmother at Bay Cities and the #19 at Langer’s Deli, there’s no shortage of sandwich excellence in and around the Southland. Here now, are 17 epic sandwiches to try in Los Angeles.
With gyoza, the thickness of the skin, the garlicky potency of the filling, the varying dipping sauces, and the preparations are dependent on the chef; “favorite” gyoza joints are as unique as your favorite Olympic sport and individual as a favorite Olympic athlete. Of the 10,000 plus spots one can get gyoza in Tokyo, these are a few representatives of regional, traditional, and the new.
In London, the scrabble for sustenance proves that the late-night dining scene still has a long way to go. Now, when the night disappears, there’s the possibility of a proper meal at the end of it. Here’s five great places in London where you now can drink and eat late into the night.
Gone are the days of Rocky Mountain oysters. But here to stay is Colorado lamb, the Palisade peach, and ever-flowing, high-quality beer. From the latest chef-driven concepts to up-and-coming dining neighborhoods, this guide will lead you to the true essence of Denver dining.