Restaurants keep getting more expensive, reflecting difficulties staffing up/pay raises/ higher food costs. Last three months, +0.8%, +0.4%, +0.5%. And that's before accounting for shadow inflation, in the form of worse service, that I believe is afoot. www.nytimes.com/2021/10/10/upshot/shadow-inflation-analysis.html
Pizza pockets and late-night fries: How the government is urging food companies and restaurants to reduce our salt consumption www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/10/13/fda-salt-guidelines/?tid=ss_tw
#NEW: (NBC) - The Food and Drug Administration is asking food manufacturers and restaurants to cut the salt in their products over the coming 2½ years, hoping to reduce Americans' overall sodium intake by 12%.
Millennium Park gets food, beverage makeover; clout-heavy Park Grill restaurant will reopen with new name - Chicago Sun-Times chicago.suntimes.com/2021/10/12/22722929/millennium-park-grill-rebrand-concessions-chicago
13 October, 2021 - 11:02am
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The first Colorado restaurant mentioned on the alphabetical list is Comal Heritage Food Incubator in Denver.
On Comal's Facebook page, the spot is described as a "restaurant and social enterprise that provides entrepreneurial training for immigrants and refugees in partnership with Focus Points Family Resource Center." The page also notes that many of those immigrants and refugees come from Mexico, El Salvador, and Syria.
On Google, Comal has a 4.8 of 5 star rating with 173 reviews. Most describe Comal as a Mexican restaurant, though other cultural influences are quite prevalent.
The second Centennial State spot featured on the New York Times list is Frasca in Boulder.
Frasca specializes in spinning up plates inspired by the cuisine of Northeastern Italy, complete with a top-shelf wine pairing. It currently has a 4.6 of 5 star rating on Google with 461 reviews. A few favorite dishes here include the frico caldo and the braised pork short rib.
See the full New York Times list here.
Spencer McKee is OutThere Colorado's Director of Content and Operations. In his spare time, Spencer loves to hike, rock climb, and trail run. He's on a mission to summit all 58 of Colorado's fourteeners and has already climbed more than half.
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