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Brunch O’Clock: The Kitchen Denver

A new menu from new Culinary Dir. Meg Grace Larcom and Head Chef Jeffrey Web

It’s hard to believe that it has been five years since partners, Kimbal Musk and Hugo Matheson opened their second location of The Kitchen {1530 6th Street, Denver; 303.623.3127} in downtown Denver. The restaurant, like its older Boulder sibling, has remained grounded in its mission of “community through food” by developing and cultivating personal relationships with farmers, ranchers, brewers, and ... Read More »

Morning Collective Now Open in Rosedale

Two Snooze alums have created a lively new breakfast and brunch destination

Two long-time Snooze alums, Chef Joseph Strelnik and John “JD” Daniels have joined forces to create a new morning destination spot. Morning Collective {2160 South Broadway, Denver; 303.953.9943} opened in the Rosedale neighborhood on April 3 in what was once a 7-11. The area has seen a renaissance of late and with the recent opening of next-door neighbor Post Chicken ... Read More »

Where to Eat and Drink for Rockies Opening Day

Take me out to the ball game

The arrival of spring is a sign of good things to come; warmer days, rooftop patios, and of course, the beginning of baseball season. Friday, April 7 is opening day for the Rockies at Coors Field. They are predicting warm, sunny weather, so may we suggest that you play hooky and take in some great food and drink options before and after ... Read More »

9 Must-Do Events for April

Eat, drink, and help others

With Passover, Easter, and the beginning of baseball season, how are we going to find time to eat and drink at all the fabulous events happening in and around Denver? Well, put your big boy pants on and get ready to party! In addition to having a good time, you can dine out for a cause—such as building homes for ... Read More »

11 Must-Do March Events

Beer, bubbles, and oysters galore are on the menu this month

March is choc-a-block full of great happenings around town. We’ve rounded up eleven events that would be a shame to miss. Slurp on bivalves, enjoy IPA and pizza, head to Boulder for strong ales, enjoy one-of-a-kind collaboration beers, and maybe even find a little love. It’s going to be a great month and this doesn’t even include St. Patrick’s Day ... Read More »

8 Epic Mardi Gras Celebrations

Bid farewell to February NOLA style

It’s time for one last hurrah before you need to give up something you love for the forty days of Lent. Whether you call it Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras, this is your excuse for one last eating and drinking hootenanny. While the holiday is officially Tuesday, February 28, many places are getting the festivities started early. From ... Read More »

Denver Restaurant Week On the Cheap

7 places to enjoy restaurant week for $25 per person

When Visit Denver launched Restaurant Week in 2005, it was an opportunity to showcase Denver’s then growing restaurant scene to the public at the reasonable price of $52.80 per couple. Over the years, the price remained the same because it reflected the city’s mile-high elevation of 5280 feet. However, inflation made it difficult for restaurants to maintain quality without raising ... Read More »

9 Must Do Events for February

Girl Scout cookie pairings, Stout Month, and more!

February is for lovers—lovers of chocolate, beer, wine, whiskey, gin, and Girl Scout cookies. In addition to whatever fabulous Valentine’s Day plans you may be whipping up, we have put together a list of other events going on in Denver and Boulder. They are pretty hard to resist. Stout Month When: All month long Where: At all of the Mountain Sun Breweries: Mountain ... Read More »

8 Must-Do January Events

From chili cook offs to bug dinners, this month is filled with foodie surprises

Ok, the holidays are over and by now, most of our New Year resolutions have already fallen by the wayside. Which is great—January is filled with all sorts of fun. From now on, Tuesday will be referred to as Brewsday, you have a chance to eat a five-course meal of bugs, you can take an ETuk to a farm to ... Read More »

[email protected] Now Open in Congress Park

Jeff Osaka's seasonal creations are back

We have often said that Jeff Osaka is a “man with a plan”; in August 2014 he commemorated his 50th birthday by shuttering his beloved Twelve restaurant in RiNo and began making that plan a reality. Since then, he has created two new restaurant concepts—Osaka Ramen and Sushi Ramen—and conceptualized and executed the hot new Denver Central Market. But Osaka ... Read More »