Friday, September 05, 2008

Dining In Denver

I was so incensed yesterday about being banished to the wilderness of the Denver Tech Center that I forgot to report on the cuisine of Zink, the hotel's restaurant, which was a mixed bag.

The caesar salad was a disappointment. Despite being described as using herbed foccaccia croutons, shaved parmesan and creamy caesar, the dressing was waaaay too heavy on the lemon. But since I hadn't eaten in twelve hours I ate it anyway.

The Cowboy Ribeye must have come from a different kitchen, because it was spectacular. Served with tobacco onions (whatever those are), a pinto bean bacon ragout, and cabrales butter, it was heavenly, and much appreciated after a long day.

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