Steaming cups of english breakfast, chocolate-coconut, and masala chai tea tantalize taste buds alongside earl grey tea bread and hearty sandwiches on croissant rolls. Visitors to Moon Kats pair these nibbles, which include vegetarian and gluten-free options, with a variety of flavorful loose teas and tea bags that arrive by the cup or pot, as well as with an assortment of Amazing Origins coffee and tea ciders. Guests can mix and match teas and treats at their leisure or partake in prix fixe afternoon teatimes named Hansel and Gretel in honor of the tearoom's gingerbread walls. In between bites, visitors surf the net with free WiFi or stock up on brand-name teas and accessories from the shop.
The Copper Pot?s name is inspired, in part, by the great American metaphor of the melting pot in that its menu represents a hodgepodge of classic American dishes such as meatloaf and chicken-fried steak. Some of these recipes have been tweaked and reinvented such as the baked mac 'n' cheese with shrimp and the fish 'n' chips with panko beer batter. Inside the restaurant, staffers attempt to cultivate a neighborhoody vibe, getting to know their clients instead of just yelling "Norm" as people walk in the door.
The menu covers the broad expanse of breakfast and lunch, both of which are served daily. Try the amaretto and peaches pancakes ($8), topped with toasted almonds, sautéed peaches, and a sweet butter sauce and served with cinnamon whipped cream (all pancakes can be made gluten-free). Hop the pond to for some stuffed french toast ($7), filled with cointreau cream cheese, grilled, and served with syrup and whipped butter. If sweetness doesn't suit your morning humors, try the Swedish benedict ($10), a savory dish of poached eggs stacked upon smoked salmon and potato cakes, topped with dill hollandaise. Lunch options are equally plentiful. Try a classic reuben ($8) grilled to perfection, or a breaded cod sandwich ($7) topped with American cheese, tartar sauce, and lettuce. The hot veggie wrap ($7), a basil sun-dried tomato tortilla bursting with goat cheese and marinated, roasted veggies, is one of many vegetarian-friendly options.
Every family has its own Thanksgiving tradition. In the Feid household, that tradition was eating hot dogs as a pre-Thanksgiving meal. Every year while growing up in Chicago, Bill Feid would join his dad and his siblings on a trip downtown for hot dogs while his mom stayed home preparing the turkey. Thus began Bill's obsession with hot dogs.
Today, hot dog fans in the Denver area reap the benefits of Bill's infatuation at Billy's Gourmet Hot Dogs. There, they bite into authentic Chicago-style dogs as well as creations from other regions. The Seattle dog, for instance, features a split and grilled dog with cream cheese, grilled cabbage, and some free advice from a radio psychiatrist. The sausages are another menu highlight: diners can sample such exotic eats as a buffalo bratwurst stuffed with jalape?os and a duck sausage smothered with caramelized onions and remoulade. Elsewhere on the menu you'll find sandwiches, homemade sweets, and hand-cut fries topped with everything from chili and garlic to pesto and blue cheese.
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At Colorado Handgun Shooting School, NRA-certified instructors Sherry and Jon Vargason make safety the focus of every class, whether they're working with a first-time student or a seasoned T-shirt cannon operator. They teach at The Shootist Pistol Range, leading classes such as the NRA Basic Pistol Shooting Course and a concealed-handgun course that qualifies students to apply for state concealed-handgun permits. To help clients feel as comfortable as possible, Sherry and Jon also organize women-only classes, as well as private one-on-one instruction.