Front Range Barbeque Best Of

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Best Of 2014: Barbecue

Front Range has won gold for Best Barbecue since 2004. Looking for a measure of its authenticity? Manager Michelle Evans has a note about FRBBQ's growing catering business: "We have a new smoker-trailer to take on-site that can roast a whole pig." — Kendall Kullman

Best Of 2014: Neighborhood Restaurant (tie)

Even with all the good eats on the west side, Front Range has won or shared gold for Best Neighborhood Restaurant every year since this category started four years ago. Clearly, the guys and gals there are doing lots of things right, not least of which are the live music and beer-tasting events. (It's also worth noting that non-carnivores actually can eat there, thanks to good veggie burgers and salads.) As for Jake & Telly's, look no further than the classic "Opa!" toast screamed on all manner of occasions, including just for fun on any old night of the week when Ouzo is flowing liberally and friends are gathered around a bountiful mixed mezze plate. Next comes a rack of lamb or moussaka ... and it's always over too soon. — Kendall Kullman

Bites 2013: Riblet Plate

Think of Front Range's riblet offering simply as a big-ass plate of Southern goodness. Tender, slow-cooked St. Louis rack ends sport a light char but copious hickory and mesquite flavor. They're served naked (got your attention) so you can choose your own house sauce tableside: Mustard Wine, Sweet n' Spicy or our favorite, the Original Tangy. ($16 includes choice of two sides)

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