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“…Hiding downtown hot spots like Milk & Honey and Bistro Vendôme, Larimer Square’s “secret garden” ain’t much of a secret. But the leafy, secluded corner feels far away from the hustle and fumes of Larimer. At Milk & Honey’s sunken patio, you’ll get doses of Vitamin D and peace along with your Mai Tai or lavender lemonade ($6). If you’re looking….” (06.15.16)

The Top Five Denver Food Stories In 2015

“…Growth and change were the main themes of the past year in Denver — and the restaurant scene was no exception. Fast-paced development has meant more — and more expensive — restaurant spaces, frustrating parking situations, and a wave of newcomers from other states looking for favorite foods they left behind…” (12.29.15)

The 15 Hottest New Restaurants Around the U.S.

“…Square that features charcuterie, small plates (think foie gras bonbons), fresh oysters and larger dishes in a lively environment that’s part sultry restaurant, part swanky lounge…” (7.15.15)

First Bite: Milk & Honey Comes to Larimer Square

“…Located in the belly of a historic 150 year old building, Milk & Honey underwent huge renovations in order to bring it to its current state. And while it took over two years to transform the space, the changes made were incredibly painstaking. Because, due to the historical status of the building, everything had to be done by hand…” (6.5.15)

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“…Along with a smartly curated beer list and fascinating cocktails that favor housemade tonics and elixirs, there’s also an extensive sparkling, champagne and wine list…..” (6.17.15)

Brian Laird Out From Sarto’s; Lance Barto In at Milk & Honey

“…The Jefferson Park restaurant became a quick favorite for Denver diners seeking out Laird’s Italian food and his playful cicchetti bar where he custom-made small plates for those seated in front of the small chef’s counter … ” (4.22.15)

Milk & Honey (Quietly) Opens Thursday

“…Milk & Honey has many good stories—a cattleman named Snookie who provides the restaurant’s beef, a rum tonic containing health-stoking flaxseed, foie gras bonbons intended to further indoctrinate molecular gastronomy into the Denver dining lexicon…..” (6.3.15)

First Look: Milk & Honey Bar & Kitchen Opens in Larimer Square

“…Shiell completely gutted the 150-seat interior, transforming what was a Mexican cantina into a high-design space featuring whitewashed redbrick walls; a sexy bar backsplashed with gold-leaf glass tiles; and seating that includes white tufted leather banquettes, curved black booths upholstered with black snakeskin leather and ostrich-skinned barstools…..” (6.5.15)

Hottest Restaurants in Denver Right Now, July 2015.

“…After significant delays, this Larimer Square bar and restaurant opened its doors with a sexy space and fun menu….” (7.6.15)

Dining review: Milk & Honey brings terrific fare to Larimer Square

“…While Milk & Honey offers robust entrees, including a black soy beef filet for $41, the bulk of the menu gravitates between small bites and appetizers. This is a good place to go for a tutorial on flavors and wine pairings, thanks to a smart, extensive list of grapes by the glass…” ( 08.12.15)

14 New Denver Restaurants And Bars You Need To Try Right Now

“…That means the menu’s basically a checklist of aphrodisiacs, from raw oysters and cashew-crusted foie gras bonbons, to scallops with asparagus in caviar beurre blanc. And the drink list is even sexier, thanks to the bar’s use of supposed, uh, mood boosters like yohimbe, burdock root, and goji berries… ” (7.7.15)

Milk & Honey lands on Larimer Square

“…The subterranean spot in the old Lime space – a year in the making due to myriad construction delays – has emerged as a hip gathering spot for diners and drinkers. The menu brings a level of sophistication to Larimer Square that has room to elbow its way into the Square’s impressive restaurant lineup… ” (6.15.15)

Denver’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of Summer 2015

“…Lance Barto, former exec chef of Brazen, along with Michael Shiell, who owned and operated Michael’s Cherry Creek in the late ’90s before becoming a restaurant consultant, is behind this 160-seat Larimer Square concept, which will serve refined, ingredient-driven cuisine in a fashionably upscale space tucked behind Larimer Square. The menu, a digest of classic dishes with playful twists (think foie gras bonbons), will be complemented by an extensive wine list and cocktails that feature housemade ingredients and high-end booze… ” (6.4.15)

Digest: Milk & Honey Bar Kitchen opens on Larimer Street

“…Milk & Honey Bar Kitchen, the luxury tavern on Larimer Street, is now open after months of anticipation and postponements.The historic space at 1414 Larimer St. has been completely remodeled. Construction took longer than expected.”It’s all brand new,” said chef-owner Michael Shiell. “It’s glorious.”…..” (6.10.15)

Opening Alert: Milk & Honey Finally Flowing in Larimer Square

“…Anticipated favorites include the foie gras bonbons – intended to educate Denver eaters in molecular gastronomy – crusted in cashew brittle, dipped in liquid nitrogen, and alongside a bright cherry syrup. Creamy house ricotta is colorfully topped with fennel, honey vinaigrette and pea tendrils, grown locally on aquaponic racks reserved for Milk & Honey produce. …. ” (6.8.15)

From Basta to Mezcal: a Second Helping of Westword Food & Drink, June 1-5

“…A number of seasonal dishes have been added — right now, those include fiddle head ferns and porcini mushrooms pelted with ricotta salata, and roasted top-on radishes with black walnut and black garlic, among others — and starters like a chicken liver mousse with kaffir lime and rhubarb. …. ” (6.5.15)

10 Best Things We’ve Eaten (So Far) in 2015 in Denver

“…Decadence abounds at Larimer Square’s swanky new Milk & Honey Bar & Kitchen, where chef Lance Barto’s foie gras bonbons, rolled in cashew brittle torched with liquid nitrogen and plated with housemade cherry syrup, will make your eyes roll in euphoria… ” (7.7.15)

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