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Thrillist's Last Meal in Denver

Thrillist · Guide to Denver · created almost 6 years ago

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    Beer at Ale House Amato's in Denver, CO

    First Course. Get your stomach pumped (wait, no! Just like, get psyched) for the big meal with a flight of six beers at Breckenridge Brewery/ Wynkoop's gigantic ode to suds, with tastes including Breck's Xmas Ale, Odell's Isolation, and Big Sky's Slow Elk Stout. http://thrl.st/wYtMgH

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    Queso Fundido at Lola in Denver, CO

    Second Course. Have fun ignoring this go-to Mexican spot's sweeping city views whilst burying your face in their gorge-tastic queso fundido and chorizo, a deliciously cheesy combo of roasted sweet potato/ herbed Haystack Mountain goat cheese/ garlic pepian, which they say pairs nicely with the Fuego Verde cocktail (Corazon blanco, muddled jalapeno, agave). http://thrl.st/wYtMgH

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    Filet De Brie at Forest Room 5 in Denver, CO

    Third Course. The timber-themed Highlands spot is accenting its trees on the walls & wood paneling with an equally woodsmen-worthy filet de brie. The high-end cut is packed with fresh herbs and melted cheese and served over a crostini, all of which they suggest you wash down with the lime vodka/ ginger beer Moscow Muse, aka a band who sings Hysteria (In the Bread Lines). http://thrl.st/wYtMgH

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  • Duck and Pork Belly Ragout at Z Cuisine in Denver, CO

    Fourth Course. The ever-popular, dimly-lit Parisian bistro's now making up for its bizarre, extraneous "t" by serving an ultra-heavy entree for two: a Hudson Valley duck leg confit maison, and an andouille-style pork belly/ shoulder house sausage, both of which're baked together in a heirloom white bean/ bacon ragout and served with wilted chard and kale. http://thrl.st/wYtMgH

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    PB&J Cup at Linger in Denver, CO

    Fifth Course. It only makes sense to end a deathly calorific food tour at a former mortuary, so hit up Linger for a PB&J Cup, which playfully combines Reese's and a re-imagining of that 5th grade lunch bag staple, done up with Cabernet jelly coulis, candied peanuts, and bruleed bananas in a chocolatey shell. http://thrl.st/wYtMgH

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