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Muy Bueno Fare at Comida; Chocolate Stout at Fort Collins Brewery Rocks

The Boulder Daily Camera reviewed the popular Comida Cantina and gave the Longmont modern Mexican eatery three stars for its food. Liz Moskow, the Daily Camera's restaurant critic, noted owner Rayme Rossello massive determination, moxie as Moskow put it, to start Comida, a business that took off from the window of flaming pink food truck in Boulder. Comida charmed with its meat and veggie griddled tacos, tostadas and gorditas, as well, shined through its huevos rancheros, and wowed with its brunch menu. While the guacamole seemed over-garlicked and the jalapeno margs were at times nuclear, the green chilaquiles and Mexican chocolate pancakes were sure winning bets. To round out the experience, Moskow warmed: the bacon and jalapeno griddled tacos featuring Tender Belly bacon or the chorizo gordita, rich nuggets of crumbled sausage in a thick handmade masa pocket slathered with garlic mashed potatoes are not to be missed. [Boulder Daily Camera]

Among Fort Collins Brewery's creations, the Chocolate Stout stands out as a favorite for Chris Outcault of 5280 Magazine's Table Talk. Outcault reviews every aspect of brew from the dark brown color, to the strong roasted malt flavor with subtle milk chocolate notes, and the interesting mouthfeel, a combination of silky smooth and dry—crisp. Faint smells of milk chocolate and a hushed hoppy finish round out the qualities that make the Fort Collins Brewery Chocolate Stout a solid bet for this wintery-style brew. [Table Talk]

· Comida Cantina fare is muy bueno [Boulder Daily Camera]
· Beer Review: Fort Collins Brewery's Chocolate Stout [TableTalk]
· More Comida Coverage [EDen]
Comida Cantina [Photo: Courtesy of Comida Cantina]


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