Updated: 11/8/2016

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With one bite, it’s easy to see why this indulgent dish is a Food Network Challenge winner. It features enriched elbow macaroni and tender chunks of poached lobster, swathed in rich, creamy beurre blanc (white-wine butter sauce) and soft mascarpone cheese. 

It’s then topped with delicate tendrils of parsley-like chervil and finished with a brilliant, red-orange swirl of paprika-infused lobster oil. Balance out the richness of this dish by pairing a selection of crisp white wine from the extensive list, with the help of sommelier Kelly Wooldridge.

Lobster mac and cheese from Denver's Mizuna
Lobster mac and cheese from Denver's Mizuna

After dinner, meander over to nearby Governor’s Park, where you’ll find two sprawling, historic estates: the Neoclassical Grant-Humphreys Mansion (Eighth Avenue and Pennsylvania Street) and the Georgian Revival Boettcher Mansion (the Colorado Governor's residence at Eighth Avenue and Logan Street). Both built in the early 1900s, they offer a peek into Denver's early high society.

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