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You guessed it: The bulk of the pieces in this exhibition will be white (with some shades of gray and ivory speckled in). Ten different artists from across the country will be featured, including award-winning painter Marks Aardsma and Steamboat artist Wendy Kownyia, who specializes in woven textiles. View everything from wire hangings to oil…

Broadway Halloween Parade

Throw on your favorite costume and take your spot in Denver’s first Halloween parade down Broadway. Local organizations like the Transit Alliance, a local group working to improve transportation in Colorado, and the Denver Hearse Association, a club dedicated to the funeral parlor vehicle of choice, will create floats that match the spookiness of your…

Basics and Brews

If you’re looking to take your rock climbing (or well...even beer drinking) knowledge to new heights, this is an ideal evening for you. Located on Crazy Mountain’s intimate outdoor patio, climbing experts from Denver Mountain Guiding will walk participants through the fundamentals of sending it outdoors. Climbing newbies are invited to kick back and relax…

Burpees and Beer

You might want to do your burpees before you booze at this weekend event. Hosted in the Crazy Mountain Brewery beer garden, athletes will be led through an intense, blood-pumping, hour-long workout coached by KPxFitness, and the reward will be one free pint of brew. Participants are invited to crush more than one cold one…

Denver Biscuit Company (Baker)

This hotspot serves deliciously indulgent biscuit sandwiches. Try the Franklin, which comes stacked high with buttermilk fried chicken, bacon, cheddar cheese, and gravy. Multiple locations.

Fat Sully’s Pizza (Baker)

Grab a slice of New York–style pizza at this casual spot, which shares space with the Denver Biscuit Company and the Atomic Cowboy bar. Multiple locations.
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Pretty Powerful

In the words of Netflix's Kimmy Schmidt, females are strong as hell. With this show, you can soak up a bit of that feminine strength. The all-lady exhibition features musings on the experience of womanhood from six artists, including Coloradans Amber Cobb, Margaret Neumann, and Sarah Bowling. Expect everything from video to paintings, occasional explicit…

Preserve the Harvest: Pickling with the Real Dill

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Learn all the perfect pickling techniques at this hands-on class. Tour the Real Dill’s facilities and then discover how to make a quick pickle brine and can cucumbers like a pro. After the lesson, enjoy a seasonal lunch of  sandwiches and pasta made with tangy pickled vegetables. Proceeds benefit the GrowHaus, a nonprofit focused on…
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The Real Dill’s Five-Year Anniversary

Celebrate this Denver dillery's fifth birthday with a local meal that will satisfy your pickle cravings. Start by grabbing a Bloody Mary made with the Real Dill's signature drink mix or trying pickle-and-beer pairing combinations suggested by the Colorado Pickle and Beer Society. Food trucks such as Quiero Arepas and the Ethiopian Food Truck will also serve dinner to those seeking…

Eric Blum: New Paintings

Unconventional New York City–based artist Eric Blum adds layers of ink-soaked and beeswax-infused silk to canvas to create an ethereal collection of works. He occasionally incorporates silk scraps from his old works into newer pieces of emotional abstract art.

Killer Mai Tai Competition

The battle for the best Mile High City mai tai is on. Cheer on bartenders from Linger and Low Country Kitchen as they compete to impress judges Cole St. Peter of the Sazerac Company, Adrift beverage manager Maggie Yarbrough, and tiki glass designer Pop Tiki. During the competition, spectators can munch on island-inspired bites, such as Kona…

Moxie Eatery

Taste local Colorado ingredients in the lamb sandwich or chicken ramen at this globally inspired eatery. Be sure to try the vegetarian acorn squash sandwich.

Fat Jack’s Supersubs (Baker)

Every hour, on the hour, fresh bread emerges from the oven for these premium subs. Stop in and gulp down the Big Bird (turkey) or the PB&J sandwich, which comes with with apricot jam and bacon. Multiple locations.


Chef Lon Symensma (of the acclaimed ChoLon) has created a more casual environment at the approachable Cho77. The Asian-inspired menu features winners like the Thai chicken curry as well as shareable plates such as the Vietnamese caramel grilled wings.

Go Fish Sushi

This neighborhood sushi restaurant also offers Japanese rice and noodle dishes like the unagi don—white rice topped with smoked eel. Be sure to try the low-carb Go Fish Naruto roll with tuna, salmon, yellowtail, avocado, and masago.

Fat Sully’s Pizza (Broadway)

Tucked inside the Atomic Cowboy, the spot's menu is small (just three pizza varieties, including a gluten-free version), but it's cheap and servings are enormous.

Denver Biscuit Company

At this brunch spot in the Atomic Cowboy, enjoy smothered biscuits with house-made sausage or vegetarian gravy. Pair the dish with crispy buttermilk-fried chicken for a southern-style breakfast.


Inspire your palate with the rich and vibrant flavors of Latin America. The menu features authentic favorites like chilaquiles—layered tortillas with braised chicken, roasted tomato salsa, cheese, and a fried egg.

Jamaican Grill

This family-owned Jamaican restaurant serves classic Caribbean-centric dishes like jerk chicken, fried plaintain, and rice and peas, accompanied by a menu of rum-infused cocktails.

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