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In the constant battle to provide the best green chili around, Western Omelette consistently dishes out award-worthy stuff. Try it for breakfast over the breakfast chimichanga, or pace yourself and go with the club burger for lunch. Either way you can't lose, especially with the friendly service and pro-wallet prices.
Camp Guide 2011
Venetucci Farm Summer Programs
Venetucci Farm offers two, week-long day programs for girls and boys entering grades 3 to 7, filled with farm experiences like collecting eggs, feeding chickens, grooming a horse, slopping pigs, exploring wetlands, planting seeds, watering and weeding, and maybe even harvesting tasty garden snacks. Children learn about both the domestic and wild animals that make Venetucci Farm their home.
389-1251 ext. 112, ppcf.org/summerprogramsforkids
Bites 2013: Rouladen
Think about a Middle Eastern dolma, but instead of grape leaves, thin cuts of frozen beef wrap around more chopped beef and bacon slices seasoned in spices and mustard. Pickle and onion provide a tangy, piquant edge, as does vinegary red cabbage on the plate, which is skimmed with a small lake of thin gravy. ($14.50 includes soup and salad)
You'd never expect the food to be what it is in this German restaurant, which is stuck in an outdated strip mall off the beaten path. Alpine booths set the stage for a meal that is as delicious as it is reasonably priced. Two tasty choices: rouladen and the pork schnitzel.
Best Of 2013: National Chain Coffee House
Insider Guide 2010
You don't have to go all the way to Coors Field for great baseball. Take you and yours out to the ballgame for as little as $5. The Rockies' Triple-A affiliate opens its 2010 season at home April 16, and there's sure to be some serious future talent playing in our back yard this year.
Camp Guide 2011
This Mennonite overnight camp is open to those entering grades 3 to 12. Family camps also are available. Activities include nature study, arts and crafts, hiking and volleyball, to be enjoyed while encouraging holistic Christian growth. Scholarships are available.
Best Of 2014: Neighborhood Restaurant: North
Best Of 2014: Chips and salsa
Salsa Brava does salsa right, grilling fresh ingredients, adding a unique blend of herbs and spices, and puréeing it all into the perfect consistency — every day. The blackened tomato salsa is served gratis with chips (lightly fried in cholesterol-free canola oil), but you can also request pico de gallo, pineapple habanero (the perfect blend of sweet and heat), and occasionally a seasonal salsa like the roasted arbol, featuring a small, potent Mexican chile pepper. The patio, complete with fire pit, is an inviting space to relax with a margarita (maybe at happy hour, when it'll only set you back $3.50). Top off with bananas Foster, made right at your table. — Amanda Lundgren
Insider Guide 2010
If you'd love being suspended 1,000 feet above the Arkansas River, or traveling its length in a cable-supported aerial tram, or squishing the heads of the rafters below — and you've got an extra $24 per person ($19 for children) — have I got a suspension bridge for you.
Best Of 2014: Garden Supply/Nursery
No doubt Rick's impresses its fans by being a year-round, full-service lawn and garden emporium, offering Colorado-grown trees; lawn and garden equipment rentals; and tools, sprinklers, planters and a private-label fertilizer that folks swear by. ("It's one of those things that's made us unique all these years," says co-owner Mike Estes.) You can also find indoor gardening supplies, including hydroponic gear; seasonal flowers, annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs ("it's crazy how many plants we carry here"); a vast seed collection, including non-GMO seeds; and a seasonal Christmas shop with fresh-cut as well as potted trees, plus wreaths and garland. — Robert Meyrowitz