This week on Denver’s dining scene: Where to find some bang for your buck across Denver; how you can help open a vegan sushi joint in Boulder; and all the delicious deets on Baker’s new can’t-miss Chinese restaurant.
📚 Looking for a good foodie read? Check out “Feeding Each Other,” a guidebook for shaping change in our food systems, by Boulder-based author Michelle Auerbach. 
🥟 Starting Nov. 1, hungry Denverites on South Broadway can score bangin’ Cantonese bites at MAKfam. The new Chinese restaurant (formerly Meta Asian Kitchen in the Avanti food hall) brings a delicious slice of NYC Chinatown to Baker. [Denver Post 🔒]
- Get the juicy deets: City Cast Denver producer Olivia Jewell Love and I got to sample the menu last week, and we dish on the experience in today’s podcast episode. [City Cast Denver 🎧]
🍣 Wellness Sushi, Denver’s first completely vegan sushi restaurant, is opening a second location in Boulder — and the owners are launching a $500,000 crowdfunding campaign to do it. [Westword]
🤑 According to a report from USA Today released in June, Colorado has recently seen the highest restaurant inflation nationwide with the average diner spending $112.95 on a meal out. But fret not — here is a list of local places where you can still get deals on good meals. [Denver Post 🔒]
🥡 In a world where there seems to be a food truck on every street corner, keep your eye out for these 15 heavy-hitters. 
🥪 The owners of Spinelli’s Market in Park Hill will expand their work operating tiny beloved neighborhood marketplaces to Congress Park when they take over the 40-year-old 12th Avenue Market & Deli. [Denver Post 🔒]