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Jan
5
to Dec 7

Drink RiNo

Starting with January's First Friday, RiNo and the new Drink RiNo group will sponsor a free circulator shuttle every First Friday, 5 pm–12am and Saturdays, 2–10pm. It will have multiple stops throughout the neighborhood allowing people to visit artists, studios, breweries, eateries and everything else RiNo has to offer.

Stops:

25th and Larimer
29th and Larimer
30th and Blake
37th and Walnut
35th and Brighton

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Feb
7
to Dec 7

Señor Bear Escape Series

With the continued mission to celebrate the food, drinks and culinary traditions of Latin American, chefs Max Mackissock and Blake Edmunds are thrilled to announce the Señor Bear Escape Series, a monthly focus on a different country by way of special a la carte dishes and drinks that honor the food, culture, wine & spirits of Latin America.  The Escape Series, which will kick off with a prix fixe benefit dinner each month and continue with select a la carte menu offerings throughout the next four weeks, offers guests the opportunity to taste their way through multiple countries without leaving the comfort of LoHi. The series will begin on Thursday, February 1 by transporting guests to to Peru; the remainder of the year is outlined below.

 

Additionally, the Señor Bear team will host a special four-course dinner, with optional drink pairings, the first Wednesday of each month, with a portion of proceeds benefitting a charity.  The Peru four-course dinner is scheduled for Wednesday, February 7, 2018, benefitting LoHi's own Sandoval Elementary.  Each month’s Escape Series Dinner will be available for $50 per person (tax and tip not included) with drink pairings available for an additional $25. 

 

Throughout the month of February, Señor Bear will offer Peruvian menu items as well as drink (wine, beer, cocktails and non-alcoholic) options.  Some of the dishes could include Lamb Shoulder ‘Anticucho’ skewer with bahua nut salsa; Golden Potato Causa with ají chile marinated patatas, avocado, radish and cured egg yolk; Shrimp Chorípan on a griddled bun, aji chile mustard, crispy potato and pickled vegetables; Hot and Cold Squid Cebiche with sweet potato, avocado, chulpe corn and salsa criolla; Pollo a la Brasa served with heirloom beans, patatas, huancaina salsa, ají chile aioli and black olive chimichurri and Picarones of Delicata Squash fried with pisco and sweet potato batter, chancaca syrup, sweet potato and citrus crumble.

 

 The Escape Series schedule is included below and is subject to change:

 

February: Peru

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, February 7

  

March: Puerto Rico

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, March 7

 

April: Columbia

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, April 4

 

May: Argentina

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, May 2

 

June: Dominican Republic

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, June 6

 

July: Costa Rica

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, July 11* (since Wed, Jul 4 is a holiday)

 

 August: Brazil

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, August 1

 

September: Uruguay

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, September 5

 

October: Mexico

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, October 3

 

November: Cuba

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, November 7 

 

December: Venezuela

kick-off dinner: Wednesday, December 5

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Jun
9
6:30 PM18:30

Sixth Annual Yoga on the Rocks

Denver Arts & Venues, in partnership with The River Yoga and CorePower Yoga, is pleased to present the sixth annual Yoga on the Rocks, bringing the chance to experience one of the most extraordinary venues in the world from a different perspective – the Downward Dog. 

 

“There’s just something about being surrounded by the nature at Red Rocks that inspires people to want to exercise, and there’s no better place to take a moment to be mindful,” says Tad Bowman, venue director. “We are so excited to bring Yoga on the Rocks back for another year.”

 

The early summer session, Saturdays, June 9-30 will be led by The River, and the late summer session, Saturdays, July 28-Aug. 18 will be led by CorePower.

 

Season passes for all eight classes are available for $110, four-packs are available for $58 and individual classes are $15 per person, per class. Season passes go on sale April 7 at 10 a.m., and four-packs and single tickets will go on sale to the public April 14 at 10 a.m. at AXS.com.

 

Yoga on the Rocks also has a charitable component with $1 from each admission to the June events donated to LoveYourBrain and $1 from each admission to the July and August events donated to Yoga Foster.

 

Each class is open to all fitness levels and begins at 7 a.m. (doors open at 6 a.m.)

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Jul
13
to Jul 15

Slow Food Nations

Slow Food Nations is a festival of flavor, culture and exploration! From the Taste Marketplace and outdoor street cafe, to workshops and family fun, we’re taking over Larimer Square in downtown Denver. Kick it off with an opening party featuring the best of Colorado, and connect with farmers and artisans, chefs and food lovers over the weekend.

Free and open to the public, with select ticketed e

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Aug
2
7:30 PM19:30

Denver Burger Battle

Tickets are now available for the 2018 Denver Burger Battle, taking place Thursday, Aug. 2, in Tivoli Quad Park at the Auraria Campus. The one-night showdown, presented by Team Player Productions, has one simple goal: Determine the best burger in the state. Tickets range from $69 to $125 per person, and can be purchased online at DenverBurgerBattle.com.

 

A team of burger experts and enthusiasts carefully vet and hand select each competing burger, so guests have the chance to taste and vote from an impressive, curated bracket of independently owned restaurants. Defending champions include Stoic & Genuine – the 2017 people’s choice winner – and Stanley Beer Hall, which received the 2017 judge’s choice award. Other returning competitors include:

  • TAG Burger Bar;
  • Crave Real Burgers;
  • Park Burger;
  • Highland Tap & Burger;
  • Cherry Cricket;
  • My Brother’s Bar;
  • Prohibition;
  • and Larkburger.

 

The 2018 Denver Burger Battle will feature fresh meat for the people and judges to inspect. New competitors include:

  • Expert Burger;
  • Fatbelly;
  • Royal Burger;
  • 5280 Burger Bar;
  • Solitaire;
  • Citizen Rail;
  • Avelina;
  • Royal Rooster;
  • Hearth & Dram;
  • and Billy’s Inn.
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Aug
5
to Aug 11

National Farmers Market Week

Let’s celebrate Farmers Markets! National Farmers Market Week is a great opportunity to show the nation how much value markets bring to their communities. With fun events, specials, contests, and activities, the week helps to boost market attendance and visibility – while at the same time being loads of fun! However, we know that it can be a lot of work to plan a festive week like this, so FMC offers plenty of resources, tools, and fun activities of our own for market managers, vendors, and attendees alike to use for planning and participating in National Farmers Week! 

 

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Aug
10
to Aug 19

Breckenridge International Festival of Arts

Featured 2018 BIFA performances and exhibitions include: Danish artistThomas Dambo with a new commission of one of his large-scale giant sculptures made from recycled materials; singer-songwriter, fiddler and whistler extraordinaire Andrew Bird with special guest Neyla Pekarek; contemporary jazz ensemble Vijay Iyer Trio;  a screening of the colorful Radhe Radhe: Rites of Holi accompanied by a chamber ensemble from theBreckenridge Music Festival Orchestra; the live skateboarding and music celebration Concrete Jams: Sk8 + Jazz featuring pro skaters Jordyn Barratt, Bucky Lasek and Andy Macdonald along with music by Denver-based funk and hip-hop crew The Other Black; a tetralogy of new classical works entitled In the Light of Air by Icelandic composer Anna Thorvaldsdottír; an outdoor community film event called Kick Push: A Roll-In Movie Night featuring wheel-themed, adventure shorts curated by the Breckenridge Film Festival; performance collective Manual Cinema and their multimedia production ofLula del Ray, an epic story featuring live actors, shadow puppetry, music and projection; and the daring feats and athletic prowess of acclaimed Australian acrobatic troupe Gravity & Other Myths in their contemporary circus production of A Simple Space. More info at www.breckcreate.org/bifa.

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Aug
16
to Aug 19

Palisade Peach Festival

The Palisade Peach Festival is one of the original agricultural festivals in Colorado honoring our rich bounty and history. It’s Peach Mania! Plenty of great food, entertainment, contests, activities for kids, and opportunities to explore Palisade via outdoor recreation.

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Aug
18
9:00 AM09:00

Lafayette Peach Festival

19th Annual Peach Festival centers around world famous all natural Palisade, Colorado peaches. Enjoy peach pies, peach cobbler and peach smoothies.  Food vendors, crafters, antique dealers along with some of the finest artists from the Front Range and Western States will be showcased.  Children's activities, live entertainment and music throughout the day.

  • Bonfils Bloodmobile on site
  • Over 30,000 pounds of Certified Organic Peaches from Morton's Orchard's, Red Fox Run Orchards and Tate Orchards in Palisade, CO. will be available in 3 locations along Public Rd.  Click here for Event Map
  • Peach Truck Locations:

           Public Road and Cleveland
           Public Road and East Chester
           Public Road and Kimbark
       

  • 500 fresh peach pies, 100 9 x 12 pans of peach cobbler and individual servings of peach cobbler while supplies last, are available for sale at Festival Plaza and in front of the Main Stage near Lafayette Florist. 
  • Over 2,500 servings of Peach Smoothies are available only at Festival Plaza while supplies last
  • Free face painting by Face Fiesta & balloon sculpting all day, 9:00am-4:00pm!
  • Bonfils Bloodmobile will be holding a Blood Drive from 9:30am - 3:30pm.  Look for the Bonfils Bus on S. Public road near Kimbark Street
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Sep
17
to Sep 18

Colorado Restaurant Show

Monday, September 17 and
Tuesday, September 18
Colorado Convention Center 

Presented by the Colorado Restaurant Association, the Colorado Restaurant Show is an annual networking and learning event for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality industry professionals.

Colorado’s foodservice industry is continuously growing and to maintain a competitive edge industry professionals cannot afford to miss out on the latest trends, processes and solutions to propel their businesses forward.

This year’s conference features sessions that foster dialogue on culture and how to ensure compliance with a constantly evolving set of industry regulations.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at Range

range is celebrating moms with a $40 four-course prix fixe menu. On Sunday, May 13, guests will enjoy a selection of cinnamon rolls, croissants, muffins and other family-style pastries for the first course; a choice of egg white omelet, Denver omelet, classic benedict, shrimp & grits, gnocchi mac & cheese, warm brussels sprouts salad, Colorado pie or prosciutto white pie for the second course; a carving station of prime rib, ham, and accompaniments for the third course; and a choice of vanilla bean pot a crème or chocolate cheesecake for dessert.

 

For reservations, call (720) 726-4800.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at The Fort

The Fort will open its gates early on Mother’s Day, starting at 11 a.m., to celebrate moms with a three-course, prix fixe menu. Guests will enjoy homemade breads and muffins, served alongside a Fort salad for the first course; the main event features a choice of orange marmalade glazed trout, served with rice pilaf ($39) OR a six-ounce buffalo tenderloin with an ancho chile rub, served with buttery mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables ($59); finish the meal with a special Mud Pie dessert, boasting Mexican chocolate ice cream and Enstrom’s toffee.

 

For reservations, call (303) 697-4771.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at Rhein Haus

On Sunday, May 13, both Rhein Haus and Wally’s Wisconsin Tavern will be celebrating mom with one complimentary mimosa or glass of house wine with purchase of an entrée. 

 

Rhein Haus, which recently re-introduced weekend brunch from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., will be serving its full brunch menu on Mother’s Day. Brunch favorites include the pork schnitzel breakfast, featuring a pretzel-breaded pork cutlet, seven sausage gravy, two eggs, potato pancakes and a fresh baked pretzel; the Rhein Haus breakfast wrap, with a house-made pretzel flatbread that envelops country ham, scrambled eggs, cheddar fondue, caramelized onions and bell peppers and potatoes; and more. 

 

For more information, click here.

 

Wally’s will also be open at 11 a.m. on Mother’s Day, serving its traditional menu chock full of Wisconsin cheese curds, the Sconnie burger, potato pancakes, fried fish hoagie and more. 

 

For more information, click here.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at Que Bueno Suerte

On Sunday, May 13, Que Bueno Suerte! is celebrating moms with a complimentary glass of La Marca Prosecco during brunch and dinner. Treat mom to adventurous and authentic Pan-Latin cuisine in Platt Park, with standout dishes like Chilaquilles Verdes and Breakfast Tacos on the brunch menu, and Pulpo a la Parrilla (grilled citrus-garlic Spanish octopus) and Ancho Chili-Braised short ribs on the dinner menu.

 

For reservations, call (720) 642-7322

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day Brunch at Bang up to the Elephant

Bang Up to the Elephant! will celebrate all kinds of motherhood on Sunday, May 13. Post a photo to Instagram of your fur baby (dog, cat… heck—even reptile, for that matter!), and tag @banguptotheelephant. Show your post to your server at brunch, and receive a complimentary mimosa. Human baby photos are also eligible. Brunch is served from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

BYOB at Hotel Teatro

Join Fluorescence Flowers in The Study at Hotel Teatro for a BYOB – “Build Your Own Bouquet” – pop-up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or until they sell out) on Saturday, May 12. Their floral experts will help attendees create a custom bouquet for the special moms in their lives. Small bouquets are $30; mediums are $40; and larges are $50. Add a vase for just $1. Guests can also enjoy mimosas or coffee in the space while creating their arrangements.

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at Low Country Kitchen

Brunch at LOW Country Kitchen is always special, but moms can expect to receive flowery gifts at Mother’s Day brunch on Sunday, May 13. LOW will also be offering a signature cocktail in honor of moms, in addition to its extensive and creative traditional cocktail list and brunch menu: The “Better than an Epidural” features Jean Philippe Blanquette De Limoux, Cap Corse Quinquina Blanc, lemon and house-made blueberry basil syrup ($9). Treat mom to scratch-made buttermilk biscuits, 48-hour recipe fried chicken, shrimp and grits and more this Mother’s Day, complete with good old fashioned Southern hospitality. 

 

For reservations, call (720) 512-4168

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May
13
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day Brunch at Marcella's Ristorante

 Marcella’s Ristorante, Pizzeria and Wine Bar is hosting an Italian-inspired Mother’s Day brunch on Sunday, May 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some of the dishes offered include truffle eggs, nutella waffle, salmon panzanella, shrimp polenta and others. To drink, the restaurant is serving endless bellinis and mimosas for $18. Marcella’s is not typically open for brunch. 

 

Additionally, the restaurant just added late night happy hour from 10 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday nights in the bar and on the patio. The happy hour includes half off all pizzas, select appetizers, house red and white wine and beer.

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May
13
12:00 PM12:00

Mother's Day Brunch & Dinner at Kachina Cantina

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Kachina Cantina with brunch specials including a Bottomless Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar ($15), Frybread Sopapillas, with Mexican chocolate ganache, orange - vanilla custard ($9),Pork Posole Rojo, with pico de gallo, avocado, cilantro, cabbage, radish, corn chips ($16), Chipotle Shrimp & Waffle, blue corn waffle, corn salsa ($14), and beginning at 3:00 pm., a  Pan Roasted Halibut,with Butternut squash flan, dandelion-mustard greens, cilantro pinon pesto, squash chips ($30).

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May
13
11:30 AM11:30

Mother's Day at Hilton Inverness

The Inverness will be offering its annual Mother’s Day Brunch in the award-winning Garden Terrace restaurant from 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. on Sunday, May 13, 2018. The cost is:  $59.95/adult, $69.95/adult for the Champagne Brunch; $29.95/children 6 - 10 years of age, and FREE for children 5 years of age and under. The complete menu is available online, and reservations can be made by calling: (303) 397-6411.

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May
12
6:30 PM18:30

Mother's Day Dinner at BookCliff Vineyards

  • BookCliff Vineyards Winery and Tasting Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Enjoy a special treat and come to BookCliffs' winery for a fabulous five-course winemaker dinner prepared by Chef Matt Collier. Matt is part of the Boulder County farmers’ market community and sources all of his ingredients right here in Boulder County! You enjoy the food and wine sitting amongst the barrels and we provide the entertainment and do the dishes. This is an experience not to be missed and a great way to spoil Mom! Please join us. 

Cost - $80

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May
10
7:00 PM19:00

A Short History of Italian Cooking with Bill St John

Your cost: $100 for both sessions

Two packed sessions on the history of Italian cooking and food ways, from its beginnings with the recipes of Apicius, up to the present day. We’ll attend to six features or elements noteworthy, perhaps singular, to Italian cuisine. And we’ll do so by spotlighting many of Italy’s 20 regions. May 10: Olive oil, “Mamma” and cheese; Umbria, Liguria, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Toscana, Piemonte. May 17: Vegetables, pasta, “artifice”; Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria, Sicilia, Campania, Sardegna. Dinners: May 10, bagna cauda, bollito misto, cheeses of the North. May 17: Sausages of the South, contorni, orechiette con cimi di rapa.

 

ATTABOYS for the teaching of Bill St John: 

- What an entertaining, informative and awesome speaker! Barbara R.

- He is a superb instructor. The class was a delight. Lindsey N.

- I LOVED your class. Michelle T.

- Fun and smartly done. Both interesting and entertaining, a good combination for absorbing information. John G.

- Bill is an unusually gifted teacher. His enthusiasm for his subject matter rubs off on everyone. Michael V.

- The course was fabulous and Bill was outstanding! His humor, his knowledge and his obvious passion are evident. Jayne A.

- Bill was just terrific, very enthusiastic, very knowledgeable, very approachable. Ben K.

- It's great to have a teacher who cares what the students want & think. Eva F.

Email Bill at billstjohn@gmail.com for more info and to reserve a spot.

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May
9
7:00 PM19:00

Charlemagne Class with Bill St John

“The light at the end of the Dark Ages has a name - and it is Charlemagne,” so writes Hugh Johnson in his book, Vintage. More than anyone else, Charlemagne brought his continent out of its cultural stagnation, come the year 800, ushering in the intellectual and artistic peaks of the Middle Ages (itself the vestibule to the cathedral we know as The Renaissance). He united his diverse peoples and gave them the first notion that they were “nations,” an inter-dependent collective. As such, he was the man who began to form the Europe that we know today. I love the guy; he loved “common” things: he connected his once-fractured continent by a common language (Latin), a common currency, a common religion, and a common law. Charlemagne introduced trial by jury, the Carolingian minuscule (what we call the lower-case alphabet), and the continent’s first organized system of education. 

 

He shifted the power in what we now call Europe from the East to the West. He preserved ninety percent of what has been bequeathed to us as the texts of ancient Greece and early Rome. He “modernized” medieval winemaking (no foot trodding of grapes; no storage in animal skins; direct sales from winery to consumer). He traveled widely, especially as a warrior and conqueror and, on one trip home, after defeating the Lombards, came upon a local cheese named Brie, loved it, and disseminated it throughout his empire. Dinner: What Charlemagne well might have eaten for dinner.

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May
8
to May 9

Rocky Mountain Food Safety Conference

Established in 1972, the Rocky Mountain Food Safety Conference has become the premier food safety conference of the Rocky Mountain region and beyond. The conference brings together professionals from the food industry and the food safety community, providing a unique annual opportunity for updates, networking, and new ideas. National and local experts present information and views on current issues, problems, and developments, and conference participants gain an updated, broader view of the field and their role in securing and protecting a safe food supply.

Registration Fee: $225

First Time Industry Attendee Registration Fee: $175

Student Registration Fee: $175

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May
7
7:30 PM19:30

Mother's Day at Resolute Brewing Co.

Centennial’s award-winning microbrewery will host its second annual Mother’s Day Crawfish Boil on Sunday, May 13. There will be two different seatings, the first at 1 p.m., followed by one at 3 p.m. and tickets, ranging from $10 to $13, include crawfish and corn, potatoes and sausage. The brewery will be tapping a new beer, Kristal Weiss with fresh lemon zest, that morning and moms will receive $1 off full pours all day long. 

 

For reservations, click here.

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May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Chocolate Class with Bill St John

A look at the spread of cacao production and chocolate making on nearly every continent, with special attention to our own where chocolate has had a cultural role since 1400 BCE. Most everyone has gotten their fingers into chocolate - Olmecs, Mayans, Aztecs, Columbus, Cortez, and the Turks, Dutch, British, French, Belgians and Sir Hershey. We’ll taste a range of chocolates, in various levels of cocoa concentration, and I’ll help you learn not only what chocolate does to you but what you can do to chocolate to make it even tastier. Dinner: Oaxacan mole negro and mole Coloradito over pork.

Email Bill at billstjohn@gmail.com for more info and to reserve a spot.

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May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Picnic of the Pig at Lola Coastal Mexican

 Lola Coastal Mexican is turning LoHi into a bona fide Mexican beach party on Cinco de Mayo. The Picnic of the Pig—now in its tenth year—will bring together Lola and its neighbor LOW Country Kitchen for an all-day block party-style fiesta. There will be a variety of dishes, beer from The Post Brewing CompanyMilagro Tequila margaritas, live music, live luchador wrestling, a Kentucky Derby watch party, and face painting for the kiddos. The entire block of Boulder Street between 15th Street and 16th Street will be closed off, with a stage set up on one end and a wrestling ring set up on the other.

The party starts early at 12:o0 p.m. Guests will get to enjoy a variety of pork-centric dishes in different styles—coastal Mexican from Lola and Southern from LOW. Music and luchador wrestling will also kick off at noon, with a rotating lineup of bands headlined by local legends iZCALLi and wrestling matches by Rocky Mountain Pro Wrestling. LOW will host a Kentucky Derby watch party at 4:00 p.m. with mint juleps, Post beer, and pulled pork biscuits.

"Picnic of the Pig has always been a celebration,” says Lola Owner / Executive Chef Jamey Fader. “Spring, friends, great food and drink, big smiles . . . a grand house party to set off the season. We've always dreamed of bringing it to the streets so that it's not just about Lola, but about the neighborhood coming to together as well. Thanks to our GM Ben Huckaby and Chef Julio Gaspar we are finally realizing that dream and excited, along with our neighbors and guests, to throw a block party with a festival feel."

Both restaurants will also be open for brunch and dinner. Lola will have a full brunch menu at 10:00 a.m. and then a limited Picnic menu for dinner. LOW will have full brunch starting at 10:30 a.m. and then a  full dinner menu later in the evening.

This year, the Kentucky Derby also happens to fall on May 5, so LOW Country Kitchen is hosting a rooftop patio watch party at 4:00 (the race starts at 4:46 p.m.) with $6 Classic Tom Collins & Mint Juleps and $5 Pulled Pork Biscuit with Southern Slaw.

Entry into Picnic of the Pig is free to all. Food and drinks will be sold a la carte.

 

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May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Cinco de Mayo at Kachina Cantina

Party with a purpose this Cinco de Mayo with Kachina Cantina and Casa San Matias in the Maker’s Alley, behind Poka Lola, at The Dairy Block. A portion of proceeds to benefit  Casa Hogar Alegría, to aid at-risk, young women in Guadalajara by providing access to a fresh start. 

 

The festivities start at noon with giveaways, specialty tequila cocktailsfrozen drinkslive music and fiesta fare including Elote ($3), Tacos ($3) and a Nacho Bar ($7); stick around for music by Señor Dude from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm. Cheers to a holiday and a great cause.

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Apr
29
12:00 PM12:00

Ramble on Rosé Wine Dinner

Spring is in the air and we are excited to mark the season with a special Sunday evening pop-up dinner party we've penned Ramble On Rosé.

Pairing five rosés to five seasonally inspired courses created by Nocturne’s sous-chef Charles Haughton will be enjoyed alongside the freewheeling music of The Grateful Dead and other vintage rock and roll (played by the Adam Bodine Trio). Sommelier and Nocturne's co-owner Scott Mattson will talk rosewinemaking methods, terrior and what makes rosé one of the fastest growing (and most entertaining) categories in wine today!

Pink drink. Spring fare. Vintage rock n'roll.

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Apr
29
12:00 PM12:00

Taste of Pearl

An unforgettable afternoon exploring Boulder's tantalizing culinary arts scene, celebrating Colorado's distinctive wines and spirits while strolling through some of Downtown Boulder's most vibrant galleries & retail stores.

 

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Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Sabraso Taco Fest

Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival, headlined by The Offspring is a day filled with craft beer, tasty gourmet tacos, Lucha Libre style wrestling and live music!

 

This Sabroso festival date will feature up to four hours of craft beer tastings featuring over 100 craft beers, including some of the best local favorites. Festival hours will be 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM (VIP entry is noon).

Top Lucha Libre style wrestling stars from across the globe will take to the ring battling for the title of Sabroso Champion. There will be multiple qualifying wrestling matches throughout each festival day and one final championship match!

THIS EVENT IS 21+ UNTIL 4PM. IT BECOMES ALL AGES AFTER 4PM.

General Admission and VIP tickets will be available for purchase. All tickets include craft beer tasting (for those 21+) and access to view the music stage.

 

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Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Tennyson Street April Rumpus

Introducing our first ever Tennyson Street Field Day Rumpus! Inspired by the nostalgia of the most cherished days of our grade school careers, this event is bound to bring a dose of good old fashioned fun, camaraderie, and friendly competition to the party. 

From 2 - 4pm, come watch as a team of Pro Brewers vs. a team of Pro Drinkers compete in a variety of industry-inspired field day events, such as modified dodgeball, relay races, musical kegs, and more! If you would like to be a part of the Professional Drinkers team (15 participants max), email bissy@calltoarmsbrewing.com.

Creating the live soundtrack to the whole affair will be DJ Psychonaut from 1 - 5pm. Rolling Smoke will be in the house all day serving up their killer BBQ, as well as other local vendors sampling their wares.

You can also sign up for the Field Day Rumpus 4K sponsored by Berkeley Park Running Company, which kicks off at 1pm. Male and female winners receive their weight in ounces of free CTA beer!

 


For this Rumpus, we will be partnering with Pours4Paws, a non-profit committed to...Bring a new doggy toy (of at least a $5 value), and receive a $2 Core Beer!

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Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Belgian Brew Fest

The 2nd annual Belgian Brew Fest started as a celebration of Belgian-style beer and the Denver breweries bringing it to life.

 

We pioneered RFID Taste Tracking and Spigot Labs is back with their latest tech. Come enjoy the first outdoor festival of the season with your favorite friends, family, and Flemish Reds! Live bands, over 10 breweries including guest brewery Ommegang this year. Kombucha vendor for designated driver.

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Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Milk Market Pop Up

In anticipation of the opening this spring, Denver's Milk Market, a 16-venue community focused food hall from the mind and hands of Chef Frank Bonanno, announces a schedule of Pop-Up Previews taking place around the city. Located at Dairy Block on 18th and Wazee, in the heart of downtown, Milk Market pays homage to family, travel and the city of Denver.

Ticket price includes a juicy Ruth’s Butchery burger & side. Specialty cocktails and beverages available for purchase.

Ruth's Butchery will be a one-stop-shop for the best Colorado raised meats and will pay tribute to Jacqueline's grandmother who famously made the best burger around.

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Apr
26
6:30 PM18:30

Spruce's Seasonal Chef Dinner

Savor Chef’s Seasonal Dinner at Spruce Farm & Fish spotlighting springtime delicacies prepared by our Executive Chef, John Payne. This irresistible meal can be enhanced with a perfectly paired flight of 5 wines. Explore the flavors of spring and savor fresh ingredients sourced from local farms and fisheries.
Each course in this dinner series reflects the flavors of the season and features ingredients sourced from the Rocky Mountain Region.

Chef John Payne, who has worked in several James Beard award-winning restaurants in the Pacific Northwest and San Francisco, will join the dinners at each course to explain the origins and intent of each dish.

Chef's Seasonal Dinner Spring Menu
Amuse

Shigoku Oyster with Pomegranate Granita

First Course

Nettle Soup topped with Smoked Scallop Quenelle

Second Course

Herb Papardelle, Morels, Fava Beans and Aged Asiago

Third Course

Grilled Halibut Cheeks on Beluga lentils with Quinoa Stuffed Savoy Cabbage and Charred Lemon Butter Sauce

Fourth Course

Lamb Ribs with Bread and Butter Pickled Green Tomatoes and Sweet Potato Salad

Sweets

Haystack “Cashmere” Cheese Blintzes with Huckleberry Sauce


*Wine pairings available for purchase the night of the event.

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Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Girls Pint Out at Zuni Street Brewery

MeetInDenver is teaming up with Denver Girls Pint Out to check out Breweries and Beer Events across the Denver Metro Area!

Join us at Zuni Street Brewing Company in LoHi for some great German, Belgian, and American style beers. 

Look for the "Reserved for Meetin.org" and "Reserved for Girls Pint Out" table tents.

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Apr
25
12:00 PM12:00

New Spring Menu at Emporium Kitchen and Wine Bar

At Emporium Kitchen & Wine Market, Sage Restaurant Group's American brasserie and market with wine and local artisanal goods, a 28 main seat patio and 10 seat patio connected to Bowerbird Coffee, offers guests a chance to enjoy new Spring menu additions from Executive Chef David Anderson. Hungry guests returning from a hike, bike ride or day trip to Horsetooth Reservoir can dig into:

  • Pasta Primavera, house made spaghetti, spring vegetables, hazel dell mushrooms, parmesan nage, $20
  • Falafel, cucumber, cherry tomato, dill yogurt, Aleppo peppers, pickled onion, watercress, house made flat bread, $11
  • Pork Belly BLT, crispy pork belly, tomatoes, mixed greens, fines herbes aioli, french hoagie, $10

 

A few drinks to celebrate the season include:  

  • Foco Daiquiri: emporium rum blend, lime, pineapple, maraschino liqueur, absinthe, bitters, $9
  • Picon Bierre: golden moon amer dit picon, grapefruit, lime, pineapple syrup, IPA, $10
  • Emporium Cobbler: emporium sherry blend, hennessy vs. cognac, dubonnet rouge, fresh berries, 410
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