Every once in a while, my husband and I will look at each other and admit we’re a couple of dopes. Like the time we bought that waterless cookware—on credit! What were we thinking?We had one such moment recently during lunch at Goodfriends restaurant in Denver. Goodfriends, a landmark on Colfax Avenue for almost 30 years, was closing. I wanted to write about it, but it had been awhile since I had eaten there, and I wanted to refresh my memory.Goodfriends was one of Denver’s original fern ...

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