wine served in measuring beakers

Kobe beef short ribs with radish and marinated vegetables

Jacquie Aiche Filigree bracelet,Essie ‘light up the summer’ nail polish

though I wish I could say I am the hand model, it’s Christina of Mustaches & Enthusiasm

Whenever I move into a new place, the “to do” list always looks something like this:

1. unpack

2. decorate

3. find the coolest restaurant bars in the hood and become a regular

Upon exploring our new digs in Denver’s Lower Highlands, we immediately fell head over heals for the Squeaky Bean. An ambience comparable to Schiller’s of the Lower East Side, NYC (without trying as hard). An insanely innovative menu…think poached eggs + whiskey for brunch and a modernized vegetarian TV dinner plate for supper. Produce grown in the backyard garden…catch their pop-up farmers market for seasonal abundance. Cooking with the most basic of appliances (two stoves and a panini press), the Squeaky Bean serves up some of the best cuisine in Denver.

This entry was published on March 16, 2011 at 8:40 AM. It’s filed under food & wine and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “innov(eat)e.

  1. Love Love Love this and ate the world with you here! Squeaky Spritz and Garrett please.

  2. Katie Winslow on said:

    Yes absolutely – one must always get to know the best local establishments when moving to a new neighborhood. We must go here together!!

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