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Artists’ Book Cornucopia

You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but when they're this pretty, that impulse can be hard to resist. For this group show, curators from Abecedarian Gallery selected 25 artists from around the country (including Denver's own Mackenzie Browning) to show off some of the book art genre's most beautiful designs. Most of the…

Black Tie Fundraiser and Masquerade Ball

Put on a snazzy tuxedo for this formal feast benefiting Denver youth. Enjoy stand-up from Comedian A-Train, dance to the soulful stylings Linda Styles band, and of course, taste delicious dishes prepared by local chefs from 100 Men Who Cook. Proceeds benefit the same organization, which hosts events in support of local nonprofits such as…

Dark Fang

Don’t worry, this exhibition is neither gloomy nor bestial; the title is simply a play on the artists’ names. Deborah Jang and Mark Friday, two Denver artists known for experimenting with reclaimed materials (think: metal, wood, and found objects), will show off their quirky styles in this exhibition featuring interactive installations that the artists want…

Food Explorers

During this hands-on week of activities, youngsters will learn all about the benefits of eating their vegetables. Led by Megan Couture—a regional manager for school lunch provider Revolution Foods—children will plant seeds, learn about composting, and do blindfolded taste tests of healthy snacks. In addition, participants will discover how to read nutrition labels so they can continue to…

Hinman’s Bakery

(303) 287-3431
Pastry chef John Hinman's grab-and-go bakery features his award-winning pies and desserts, as well as sandwiches and flatbreads. Try Italian muffuletta sandwich.

Love, Peace & Sol

Count on an eclectic mix of African and Southern cookery at this vegan, cash-only cafe. Favorites include a lentil patty with barbecue sauce and a side of collard greens. Once the food is gone, the doors close.

Bistro Barbès

Jon Robbins, host of the popular pop-up Gypsy Kitchen, has created a menu inspired by the French, North African, and Middle Eastern flavors of Barbès, the Paris neighborhood where he spent three years.

Park Burger

Denver's favorite neighborhood gourmet burger joint opens shop in Park Hill, serving favorites like the Royale—a 1/3 lb. burger smothered in caramelized onions, bleu cheese, and bacon.


Enjoy the feel of a cocktail party without the stress of being a host. With this small eatery's widespread array of tapas and appetizers, the atmosphere of this cozy restaurant ensures good conversation over a glass of wine or a cocktail.

GB Fish & Chips

Kick back to watch a European soccer or rugby match with a few pints and some traditional English fare. Choose from fish and chips, shepherd's pie and Cornish pasties. Multiple locations.

Empanada Grill (Park Hill)

This Venezuelan grill incorporates elements of African, Indian, and European flavors to create dishes like sancocho soup, made with different meats, potatoes, plantains, and yucca. Wash your meal down with a passion fruit smoothie.

Jett Asian Kitchen & Sushi

Order a variety of Chinese and Japanese dishes to enjoy in the sleek dining room or in the comfort of your own home. Try the Thai red curry with coconut milk or the sesame-honey-style chicken. Also serves sushi.

Phoenician Kabob

This quiet restaurant serves a solid menu of Middle Eastern and Lebanese fare. Try the sabanekh, pastries stuffed with spinach, onion, and pine nuts.


Red Socks fans congregate here during baseball season and neighbors drop in nightly. Roast beef, fish and chips, and burgers are the pub's most popular meals.


A glass of wine, flickering candlelight, and mismatched tables set the tone at this cozy neighborhood restaurant.


This Park Hill eatery serves up authentic Ethiopian cuisine. Try the tilapia with chickpea sauce or a traditional lamb dish.


This contemporary American menu starts with anything-but-ordinary fried calamari and ramps up to savory roasted duck.

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