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The Denver You Don't Want to Miss
by Laura Ann Klein
8:30 PM Denver is becoming a mecca for great gourmet food. Your
taste buds point to The Golden Triangle's new darling Charcoal
where the straightforward menu of four dollar sign food at three
dollar sign prices in a six dollar sign room. If you're a wine
drinker, his list has something for everyone from the connoisseur
to people like me who just like the taste of wine with their
by Shari Caudron: December 2012: Eat & Drink
At Charcoal Restaurant, Chef Patrik Landberg dishes up
refreshingly straight forward bistro cuisine.
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Trend: Upscale comfort
food, Scandinavian influences
At just six months old, Charcoal is already an anchor in the
Golden Triangle neighborhood...
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Dining Out: Charcoal
Smokin' new spot has room to
spare but delivers goods
By William Porter The Denver Post POSTED: 10/26/2011 01:00:00
Some restaurants arrive in a five-alarm blaze of hoopla, often
hiding the fact that they offer more sparks than heat. Others come
to the scene quiet as a struck match. But oh, the resulting
Charcoal, a recent arrival in the Golden Triangle, falls
squarely into the second category. Helmed by Aric Sandoval and
Patrik Landberg, who run the front of the house and kitchen
respectively, this restaurant already turns out superb food in a
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Table Talk for October 26, 2011
Go Now: Charcoal
By: Shari Caudron: Table Talk
We championed chef Jens Patrik Landberg's cooking when he manned
the burners at Satchel's Market in Park Hill. So when we heard he
was opening Charcoal Restaurant in the Golden Triangle, we put it
on our list to try. We paid a visit shortly after the September
26th opening, and we're pleased to report that Charcoal is a
showcase for Landberg's talents.
The restaurant is warm and modern, with a chef's-view kitchen, a
large open dining area, and an elegant glass wine wall separating
the dining area from the inviting bar.
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Denver's Charcoal Restaurant and Infinite
Monkey Theorem: A hip combination
By Bronwyn Long Colorado Wine Examiner Posted December 17,
Last Thursday, December 15, wine- and food-lovers were treated
to the delicious pairings of Charcoal Restaurant's Sous
Carmichael and The Infinite Monkey Theorem's
winemaker Ben Parsons.
Coming ten days before Christmas, the wine dinner served as a
perfect reminder to consider Charcoal Restaurant in your Christmas
Eve and New Year's Eve plans, and to pick up bottles of The
Infinite Monkey Theorem (IMT)
wines for your holiday table.
Charcoal owner Gary
Sumihiro, Sous Chef Carmichael, and winemaker Parsons spent
time visiting diners at their tables throughout the evening,
answering questions about the wine, food, and newly opened
restaurant. This was Charcoal's first wine dinner.
Sumihiro described the design of the restaurant as "wabi-sabi,"
or a Japanese concept that celebrates nature's imperfections. The
space includes a vibrant open kitchen paired with light fixtures
arranged deliberately in an imperfect pattern. An adega or
temperature-controlled glass wine cellar separates the bar and
restaurant space. The cooking technique uses Japanese charcoal, a
high-heat, low-smoke method that sears meat and caramelizes
vegetables beautifully. Pieces of charcoal are incorporated in the
dining experience as flatware rests on each table.
here to read the entire article written by Bronwyn Long from the
Colorado Wine Examiner
Read more reviews and raves about Charcoal Restaurant, and visit
the websites below.
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from Davis Wince Architecture ltd.
Click here to read our review from the Gabby
Click here to read our review in the Denver
to to read our review on Thrillist
Click here to read about us on Yelp
to read about us on Apron Strings and Foodie Things Blog
Click here to read about
us on The Urban Brain Blog
Listen to an audio
clip about us from The Restaurant Show with Warren Byrne
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what Life On Capitol Hill has to say about us
Click here to read about us
on Dinner For Six
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read our most recent mention in the Denver Post
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Examiner's article about Charcoal's brunch on Saturday
Click Here to read Westwords Interview with
Charocal Restaurant's Executive Chef Patrik Landberg
Click here to read our review in Layer Cake
Click here to read our latest review in 5280.
Featuring our Striped Bass
Click here to read our review in Denver