Charles Stanford didn't grow up eating chicken fingers and spaghetti. The son of a Le Cordon Bleu Paris?trained chef, Stanford honed his palate at a young age and was taught by his father to pull a cork and mix a cocktail when he was just a kid. Working at a restaurant wasn't much of a reach for him.
These days, Stanford boasts more than two decades of experience in the industry, and he's paired up with chef Greg Keesy to present Asti d'Italia. Stanford acts as the resident sommelier, pouring a selection of wines that complement Keesy's cuisine?fresh, inventive takes on Italian classics, such as lasagna with buffalo meat, crispy polenta bruschetta, and grilled chicken marsala.
Before they walk down the aisle, brides walk into Family Affair for an appointment with Annette Rayfield. Drawing on more than a decade of hair-care experience, Annette excels at styling the strands of brides and bridesmaids. She works around the needs and vision of each client, whether they want a towering updo or extended locks. Her skills don't only apply to brides, of course?Annette showcases her mastery of cuts, deep conditioning, or highlights during everyday appointments.
The Smiling Moose Deli has been a Colorado tradition since 2003. Born in Edwards, CO nestled in the Vail Valley, the Smiling Moose has grown into 13 restaurants in the state and 1 in Wisconsin. We are extremely excited to announce that we will be expanding into Montana, Texas, Indiana, and South Dakota in 2011!
With expertise in audio, photo, and video, Click Media Services' staff helps their customers create new memories and usher old media into the digital age. They can transfer analog formats such as audio cassettes, VHS tapes, and '70s-era cave drawings onto disks and hard drives. Manning HD cameras, video-production crews preserve fleeting moments at events such as weddings and championship football games. They keep precious moments safe with round-the-clock surveillance and can ship items with GPS-enabled boxes. The media experts also work with businesses to design websites and logos.
Wedding and banquet event planners designed every inch of Stonebrook Manor’s 24,000 sq. ft. interior, imbuing the space with an understated elegance that’s earned it praise from the Wedding Wire, and The Knot Best of Weddings. Naturally, this makes the space attractive to wedding parties eager to explore picturesque gardens, ballrooms illuminated by Castilla chandeliers, and a grand foyer accented by Victorian décor and a baby grand piano But, when the foyer’s travertine and granite tile floors aren’t echoing with the footsteps of new matrimony, the space becomes a celebration space for corporate, holiday, and charitable parties; the grand ballroom alone can pack up to 1,100 guests or five white elephants awkwardly standing in the corners. Stonebrook’s timeless finery also provides an appropriate backdrop for special events, including afternoon teas that delight palettes with premium leaf libations, homemade scones, and decadent cheese platters.
Wingman has been serving the best wings in Denver (according to Westword) since 1981, focusing its menu on Buffalo-style wings brought over by the Mineo family from upstate New York's majestic chicken-capped mountains. Order anywhere from 10 ($7.99) to 500 ($349.99) of the tasty meat morsels and be sure to slacken your belt accordingly. The laid-back eatery lets you pick your poultry-poison with a selection of mild, medium, hot, extra hot, honey barbecue, or teriyaki sauce before picking your poison-poison from an array of draught beer that includes Coors Light, Fat Tire, and New Belgium seasonal brew. You can also munch on baskets of popcorn chicken ($5.99), mozzarella sticks ($4.99), fries ($1.89), or your own fingernails as you anxiously wait for the universe to make up its mind as to whether or not you exist. For something heartier, try an Angus beef burger ($5.99–$6.39) or one of Wingman’s sandwiches and salads. If you're not feeling as stuffed as a mounted turducken head, close with a dessert plate of funnel cake ($1.99).