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Nashville scored big when the husband-and-wife culinary powerhouse moved to town (and when it got a see-thru brunch les tontons cheese cave). James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Mantuano and wine and hospitality expert Cathy Mantuano brought Nashville the fine dining Italian menu it had been missing alongside standout service and a welcoming atmosphere inside the lovely new Joseph Hotel. The chef’s tasting menu is always a solid move — as are any and all of the pasta options.
- It kept the characterization of Rob intact as that of a fussy music snob who prefers punk and indie rock and classic soul.
- James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Mantuano and wine and hospitality expert Cathy Mantuano brought Nashville the fine dining Italian menu it had been missing alongside standout service and a welcoming atmosphere inside the lovely new Joseph Hotel.
- Glory Days earned acclaim and full houses during its premiere run in Arlington, Va., leading big-time producers to port it to the Great White Way.
- Sit below the Gehry-esque glass atrium and sample a wide range of shared plates, salads, and entrees, then finish with Oreo beignets before closing down Broadway or Printers Alley.
- In Bring Back Birdie, writes author Ken Mandelbaum, set 20 years later, TV producers offer Albert a fortune if he can find Birdie and put him on TV, as the rock star has disappeared, gained weight, and become the mayor of a small town.
- Director Terry Hands, composer Michael Gore, lyricist Dean Pitchford, and Linzi Hateley, starring as Carrie, had zero Broadway musical experience between them.
Nopal, Zucchini or spinach seared in olive oil wrapped in flour or wheat tortilla with rice, bell peppers, tomatoes, smothered in vegetarian chile. Homemade chicken soup made from scratch with white chicken breast and vegetables, served with rice, corn or flour tortillas. Pork and potato bits tossed in our traditional chile colorado sauce.
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Running through the heart of the Baker neighborhood, South Broadway is one of Denver’s main thoroughfares, peppered with dive bars, antique shops, and other eclectic businesses. When it comes to dining, we’ve focused on the stretch between 1st Avenue and I-25. Our updated guide includes 12 spots to choose from on the busy stretch of Broadway. Hamilton ticket prices on the secondary market can vary widely depending on the location, day of the week, season, and other factors.
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Brunch is also a popular choice, as well as the whimsical cocktail program. Denver Highlands, Lohi, Congress Park, Cheeseman Park would be my votes. But with no theaters operating and few if any tourists in town, the effort was short-lived. Breakfast is served with FREE coffee and a small juice from 9 AM to 2 PM daily. Into the Light did offer plenty of theatricality however, in the form of dancing nuns, a light scheme that made heavy use of green lasers, and a fantastical character.
The production had an impressive pedigree — Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire wrote the script, and theatrical veteran Amanda Green penned the lyrics. Hornsby’s book was set in London and the Cusack movie in Chicago, so the musical changed the locale again — to New York. It kept the characterization of Rob intact as that of a fussy music snob who prefers punk and indie rock and classic soul.
The enchanting B&W ushered in a new era of fine dining on Broadway. Chef Lon Symemsna’s new causal spot is packed every single night. This updated guide highlights your best dining bets along one of Denver’s hippest streets.
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And The Love Bug, lead the cast as James, a genius physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory who gets to embark on his dream experiment — trying to determine whether or not the Shroud of Turin is an authentic Christian artifact. Into the Light is thus a musical about the nature of belief and scientific testing, neither of which are terribly outward or theatrical concepts. According to the The New York Times, Carrieopened in 1988 after many delays incurred when backers pulled out and management changed hands.
According to Playbill, Glory Days was the work of playwright James Gardiner and composer Nick Blaemire, who, at age 24 and 23 respectively, weren’t much older than their characters, lending an air of credibility and authenticity to the show. Glory Days earned acclaim and full houses during its premiere run in Arlington, Va., leading big-time producers to port it to the Great White Way. Tourists and locals flock to the Southern Steak & Oyster for a refined Southern dining experience.