Food and Dining articles

wings close up (1)

Fire on the Mountain in season all year long

Fire on the Mountain in season all year long

Like turkey at Thanksgiving or burnt hot dogs on the Fourth of July, chicken wings have become synonymous with football season. Every game presents fans, or otherwise, with an ample opportunity to feast, without being judged (an opportunity that no one should ever pass up). Although football season is over and Denver’s Super Bowl dreams

Summer fun in Colorado: A guide to adventure in the season

Enjoy the great outdoors: Take a hike Kailyn Lamb • klamb6@msudenver.edu Colorado is the mountain state, so why not take advantage of all the pretty scenery and go out and do some hiking? Red Rocks is of course, the staple place to go, with the amphitheatre being used as a gym. To avoid the crowds,

Riedel provides the proper tools for the taste

For some, wine glasses are a vessel for fermented fruits; for others, they are an art that takes spirit to craft. Maximilian Riedel, the CEO of Riedel Crystal, led a wineglass seminar at the Hotel and Hospitality Learning Center April 11. Riedel is the 11th-generation head of the family-owned company based in Kufstein, Austria. The

David Mueller, Pink Tank's general manager, lights his food truck's flamethrowers to attract crowds of students at Welcome Week Jan. 24. Photo by Brian T. McGinn

Welcome Week overtaken by food truck return

For many students, Auraria’s Welcome Week seemed more like the “Return of the Food Trucks.” “It was nice to have some options on campus again,” said Allison Wright, an MSU Denver senior. “[Food trucks are] a little more expensive, but it’s better than Taco Bell or McDonald’s – at least for me.” Welcome Week took

Top