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Thursday, December 20,2012

Lovely chocolate, Boulder style

By Clay Fong
Saint-Rmy-de-Provence is a quaint village in the south of France, exuding considerable charm by dint of its vintage stone buildings and picturesque rustic landscape. Walking through the town center, one notices a stone facade marked "Jel Durand - Chocolatier."
Thursday, December 13,2012

Mexican that meets expectations

By Clay Fong
3 Margaritas maintains much of the lively color scheme of Sol Azteca, augmented by efficient, low-key and welldressed servers — Carin felt their ties added a touch of class.
Thursday, December 6,2012

Eastern authenticity at Ting's in East County

By Clay Fong
I’m often forced to compromise at Chinese restaurants by eating less authentic fare like sesame chicken and cream cheese wontons — not exactly the stuff of childhood Chinatown dinners.
Thursday, November 29,2012

Pizzeria Locale gives Bay-area pizza a whirl

By Clay Fong
Boulder’s Pizzeria Locale has been in business almost two years, and has solidified its position as a go-to spot for wood-fired, Naples-style pie.
Wednesday, November 21,2012

Getting dizzy on Boulder’s newest donuts

By Clay Fong
I fed Mara donuts until she wept. Well, not really, although we certainly did a fine job of indulging ourselves at Dizzy’s Donuts, Boulder’s newest venue serving fresh takes on old-school baked goods.
Thursday, November 15,2012

A well-designed and hospitable Kasa

By Clay Fong
You’d be hard-pressed to find a restaurant in Boulder with a more conscious design aesthetic than the Japanese eatery known as Kasa Japanese Grill.
Thursday, November 8,2012

A homey brunch at Colterra

By Clay Fong
It was one of those chilly, grayish Saturdays that was a harbinger of upcoming winter. Too cold to go out on the bike and not enough snow on the ground to enjoy wintry sports, so why not go out for a leisurely breakfast? In this spirit, friend Justin joined me on an excursion to Niwot’s Colterra.
Thursday, November 1,2012

A memorable culinary trip to Morocco

By Clay Fong
Stepping out of a nondescript 28th Street parking lot into Tangier Moroccan Cuisine is a transformative experience. Once inside, one removes one’s shoes and absorbs the warm ambiance of a dining room packed with richly colored rugs and comfy cushions.
Thursday, October 25,2012

A Canadian guilty pleasure on the Hill

By Clay Fong
Despite its Francophone pedigree and deserved reputation as one of the most European of North American cities, Montreal claims surprisingly few culinary specialties as its own.
Thursday, October 18,2012

Mediterranean simplicity

By Clay Fong
Sometimes all you want to eat is something cheap, quick and simple. Boulder’s Mediterranean Market fits this description to a T with the added bonus of dishing out unpretentious ethnic cuisine.
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