Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!
Here’s how our host, Paul Karolyi, describes this episode:
This week on Denverite Now…
1) Ashley got a chance to dine at Denver’s hottest new restaurant, Tavernetta, before a kitchen fire forced it to temporarily close. She gives us the skinny on the long-awaited follow-up from the team behind Boulder’s fine dining darling Frasca Food and Wine, and she shares a tasty recommendation.
2) Erica reports back from the City Council’s Monday night session, which stretched deep into Tuesday morning. The council voted to designate Packard’s Hill a historic district. Erica explains why it took seven hours and how it fits into our ongoing conversation about gentrification. Here’s her report from the marathon meeting:
And here’s the opinion piece by Bree Davies that Paul mentioned:
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