Back in the lovely 60s of a dreary Denver after the heatwave in Philadelphia. Thank you for the recommendations. We had Sunday brunch at Valanni. The food was great but they could have changed the Eurotrash music during the daylight hours. We had dinner on Sunday at The Wooden Nickel, comped at the hotel, to make up for the cockroach in our room that scared my wife. The food wasn't terrible but I was glad that we didn't pay for it. Monday, we had dinner at Chifa. While the food was great, the wine list was not anything special. I had the Miolo NV Brut from Brazil. On Tuesday, we had the Catalan Express lunch (soup and one plate) at Amada. Good food but not as inventive as Chifa. Wine list was a bit better. I had the 2008 Marques de Alella Pansa Blanco (Xarel-lo). For dinner we went to Zahav. The food was terrific and the wine list was the most interesting of the bunch; mostly because half of the 50 or so selections are from Israel, which I know nothing about. I had the Pelter Unwooded Chard from Galilee. Finally, on Wednesday we had cheesesteaks from Jim's before went to the airport. Overall, I think Chifa was my favorite food-wise, but I would rather explore the wine list at Zahav more.