https://www.cholonconcepts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/cho77.jpg720960Savanna Roncohttps://www.cholonconcepts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/cholon-restaurant-concepts-monogram-dk-264x300.pngSavanna Ronco2019-06-01 08:00:122019-08-20 21:03:23Where our Food Editors Are Eating Right Now, June 2019
“Chef Lon Symensma has a knack for creating iconic dishes (see: the addictive fusion dumplings filled with French onion soup at his eight-year-old modern Asian restaurant, ChoLon). And just four months after opening his polished, European-inspired bistro, LeRoux, next door to ChoLon on the 16th Street Mall, it looks like Symensma’s wagyu beef tartare is poised to be another signature. It’s impossible to miss the appetizer as it’s whisked to diners in the candle- and chandelier-lit space.”
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From running restaurant kitchens to brewing Coloradans’ favorite craft beers, women are leading in all facets of the Front Range’s exciting dining scene—and driving its success. In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, we hope this list will make it easy for you to find and support female-owned and -operated establishments from Aurora to Boulder and beyond.
ChoLon Restaurant Concepts (ChoLon, Cho77, LeRoux): Dani Craig, general manager; Becca Henry, ChoLon chef de cuisine; Ashley Adams, ChoLon lead bartender
https://www.cholonconcepts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/chef-3.jpg10681600Savanna Roncohttps://www.cholonconcepts.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/cholon-restaurant-concepts-monogram-dk-264x300.pngSavanna Ronco2019-03-07 08:00:062019-08-20 22:39:10A Comprehensive List of the Women Leading the Front Range Culinary Scene
“Chandeliers and candlelit table define LeRoux’s elegant space. Even the bar gets candles as evening arrives. Several seating areas provide intimacy for a romantic occasion or simply a dinner at which conversing is not made impossible by the cacophony experienced at so many restaurants today. It feels a bit old school in that regard, a return to what fine dining used to be, yet it’s also casual and contemporary. Dishes are prepared meticulously, a perfect melding of complex and delicate flavors in an exquisite presentation. The chicken liver mousse might be the best in Denver, and if you want a show-stopper, go for the Wagyu beef tartare presented with a flourish of smoke. The saffrony bouillabaisse piled with mussels, scallops and octopus surprises with a tweak of peppery heat, and for those who love ChoLon’s soup dumplings, LeRoux’s French Onion short ribs provide a delicious reunion.”