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i'm planning to go to denver in a couple weeks and definetly want to check out the dining scene. i will be there for 3 days and want to enjoy some really good cutting edge food. Can anybody reccomend restaurants dabbling in molecular gastronomy? I have been to alinea and moto in chicago something in the middle of those 2 would be great. anysuggestions will be a help. Thanks

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i'm planning to go to denver in a couple weeks and definetly want to check out the dining scene. i will be there for 3 days and want to enjoy some really good cutting edge food. Can anybody reccomend restaurants dabbling in molecular gastronomy?  I have been to alinea and moto in chicago something in the middle of those 2 would be great. anysuggestions will be a help. Thanks

I don't know of any in Denver, although Frasca in Boulder is impressive as far as top notch Restaurants are concerned.


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Although at Dynamic, we strive to create a progressive dining experience, we may have something to offer that you are looking for. Trying not to further my self advertising/shameless plug, I've sent a PM with specifics. :cool:


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Any updates on this thread? I'll be in Denver in November, with some friends who are always jealous of my molecular gastronomy excursions in other cities - I'd love to know if there's anywhere particular I should take them...


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Any updates on this thread? I'll be in Denver in November, with some friends who are always jealous of my molecular gastronomy excursions in other cities - I'd love to know if there's anywhere particular I should take them...

This should fit the bill ... .

http://news.westword.com/2007-10-25/dining...-steak-seafood/


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