This is part two of my series about Denver, Colorado!

I loved eating my way through Denver as it has a burgeoning food scene that really impressed me and it definitely rivals the scene in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle or Portland.

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Video notes:

1) Tupelo Honey Cafe: Tupelo Honey serves up responsibly sourced, classical Southern Food with modern twists. Impeccably executed cocktails (check out the liquid nitrogen Mountain Smoke in the video) and food. Must get: the signature Fried Chicken dish was is enough to feed 2-4 people.

2) Inside Scoop Creamery: creamy, fresh ice cream with unique flavors such as Lavender Honey. I thought that their ice cream tasted really light which is better than typical, heavy ice cream shops. Waffle cone quality is also high (very important!)

3) T-Rex Cafe (located in the Denver Museum of Art & Science): if you have to eat in here, this is probably the best place to do it. I enjoyed having a good mix of fresh vegetable dishes and the price wasn’t too unreasonable.

4) Sushi Ronin: wow, this is a buzzy place in Denver. The Chef does not disappoint: his sushi dishes honor traditional techniques and ingredients but he does a good job of bringing in novel sauces and flavors to extremely high quality seafood.

5) Ink! Coffee: one of the best coffee places in Denver. I think most of the coffee places are better than the ones in Seattle, LA or Portland.

6) Cholon: Asian fusion is often done wrong, but they do it so, so right. Amazingly creative dishes executed to perfection. Very balanced flavors and delicious cocktails. Happy Hour is a steal, with non-neutered menus.

7) Happy Cones Company: serves New Zealand fruit ice cream, which is something I never had before. Uses a special machine of which there are only three in the United States. Consists of mostly fruit puree and delicious vanilla ice cream base.

8) Still Smoking BBQ Truck: it’s one thing to have a great BBQ truck, and yet another to execute inventive twists such as corn grit waffles and fried chicken with homemade hot sauce. Yummy!

9) Great Divide Brewing Company: come here for the free tour; stay for the beer. I highly recommend their Roadie (Grapefruit Radler).

10) Rioja: elevated Spanish Tapas. I really like their 4x wine pour deal. Every dish I had was done really well, especially the crusted octopus which was cooked perfectly: tender on the inside, crispy on the outside!

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Fun facts about the solar eclipse in Denver:

• The eclipse began at approximately 10:23 am
• It achieved 92% coverage at 11:47 am
• The eclipse was over at approx 1:14 pm
• The weather felt noticeably cooler and darker at 92% coverage, but it’s nowhere close to totality!

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