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Justin Lowell-Bellew
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Attends University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business
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    Consultant, 2011 - present
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  • University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business
    Masters - Business Administration: Sustainability & Entrepreneurship, present
  • Wabash College
    Psychology
I am from Chicago. This is the only legit Chicago style pizza I have found in Denver/Boulder. If you're from Chicago or want the real experience, avoid "Old Chicago" for sure, which has nothing to do w Chicago style pizza and also avoid Uno's; the franchise born in Chicago did a great disservice by licensing their name and misleading people to believe anything served outside their Chicago operations is actually Chicago style deep dish pizza (some of the best in the world is served at Wabash/Ohio in Chicago, a block from Pizzeria Due which also offers the best in class of the real deal). Patxi brings it. Based on one experience, I can say the pizza is excellent and exactly what I have missed for the years I have lived in CO. The crust is not as good as Carmen's, or Uno's/Due's IN CHICAGO, but ranks a solid 8/10 even if it were in Chicago and competing against the real McCoy. That said, if you are looking for REAL CHICAGO DEEP DISH PIZZA, Patxi's is the only place I know of in Denver where you'll find it. Be ready for a wait. This is not a garbage pizza that can be cranked out a la Domino's in 10-15 minutes -- it will take 45-60, but it is WORTH THE WAIT. Chicago veterans will know; newbies take heed ;) Also: BONUS! Their mobile site interface for ordering pizza is hands-down the best I've ever used for any mobile food ordering -- great nested options to get you exactly what you want, intuitive, and everything showed us as promised.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
yum. YUM. Very good. Gelato and ice cream... Amazing. A must. The best ice cream cake we have ever eaten. Coffee caramel crunch + cookies & cream = <3 Dangerously good. chocolate-covered waffle cone was a bit much. standard sugar cones & cake cones FTW.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We just returned from the Redwoods National Park and had another wonderful experience at the Ravenwood Motel. This was my fourth stay there: my go-to lodging choice when I visit the forests. I originally chose the Ravenwood because of its close proximity to the Redwoods (Drury scenic parkway is just across the Klamath River, and local hikes are abundant around the motel). Perry and Gary are kind people and exceptional, thoughtful hosts with decades of local knowledge. The rooms are clean, 100% consistent, quiet; informed room choices are available (via their website), featuring photos of 15 of the only 60 rooms available in Klamath. Breakfast is included and offered us a great start to our day before heading off into the woods. One thing to note: there are not any excellent food choices in the area, so make sure to bring pack food, takeout, etc. on your way into Klamath. Crescent City has a few choices but it's 10+ miles to the north. Worth the trip, especially for breakfast, is the Good Harvest Cafe. Enjoy your stay!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
My mother has been a stylist for 40+ years, now. It's great when I can get a free $60 cut from her, but when she lives hundreds of miles away, that value proposition turns upside-down. It's always a challenge finding a good cut for a good value and I found it at Alpine Barbers; Mo is my barber of choice, here, but I have had decent cuts from 3 barbers in this shop and confidently recommend them.Wish they had their hours posted on the google and/or on a pre-recorded message... Too lazy to figure that out and post details, here, this morning. :)
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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We actually wandered in here having never heard of it before, and what a wonderful surprise! We ordered a selection of soup, curry, and spicy chicken/vegetables, and everything was amazing. Food came out quickly and the service was great. Presentation was thoughtful, and the most important part: it was delicious! We will DEFINITELY come back--this might even become our go-to Asian cuisine.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Absolutely, hands-down the best Nepalese cuisine I have ever had. It beats Sherpa's, here in Boulder, which is a 4-star joint, too. Samosas were heavenly, cloud-like potatoes coated in delectably fluffy pastry and seasoned to perfection -- the first time we realized this was going to be an to remember meal. After a few miles snowshoeing around hills in RMNP, we were hungry, and I went in for it, eyes as big as my plate, delivered hot to the table. I thought they wanted us to get the buffet, but 3 orders of naan, an order of tikka saag which turned into tikka masala, a couple chais and half a dozen chicken momos later, we were all smiles. There was plenty of food to feed 4. They kindly offered rice pudding, which was also amazing. PERFECT for a day in Estes - treat yourself. Go to Nepal's cafe, around the corner from Subway in Estes Park.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago