Denver herbalist Bridget Molloy will demonstrate how to keep cold-weather sickness at bay during this medicine-making class. She’ll convert antioxidant-rich elderberries into a low-sugar syrup that can help cure the flu, congestion, and pesky coughs. As an added bonus, Molloy will also teach how to bake with elderberries or create a concentrate for gin cocktails…
Reward your taste buds with Cho 77’s tantalizing Asian-style street food and Denver’s own Ratio Beerworks at this delicious dim sum and beer supper. Join executive chef Ryan Gorby and Ratio Beerworks head brewer Jason zumBrunnen as they take you through a five-course prix fixe meal complete with beer pairings. We’re most excited about the…
Find sushi in every form imaginable (rolls, burritos, bowls, and even doughnuts) at this casual joint. Try the red and orange bowl, made with salmon, tuna, pickled radish, chopped nori, and poke sauce.
With more than 260 vendors selling Colorado-made artwork in a variety of mediums (think: ceramics to book arts and oil painting), you're sure to find decor that suits your taste at this outdoor market. Browse pieces made by locals such as photographer Neal Pierman, Painter Diana Andersen, and sculptor Dwight Davidson while your kids do craft projects with Art…
Cat lovers, take note: This kitty-themed bar crawl is as fun as a Saturday night at home with your furry friend. After donning your most convincing cat ears, visit several bars on South Broadway—including Historians Ale House and Skylark Lounge—for drinks specials and live musical performances. Bonus: The best-dressed attendee will receive a gift card for…
Dog lovers, take note: This heartwarming documentary, which follows two Centennial State Rottweilers, is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the bond you have with your four-legged friends. The film focuses on the hounds' medical journeys—Brutus is the second dog to ever receive four prosthetic legs, and Squirt gets an immunotherapy treatment to treat his bone cancer.
The team behind Little Man Ice Cream has given Broadway's tiki bar a makeover. You'll find the same beach-ready rum drinks and kitschy setting, but with upgraded food (try and fresh poke). For dessert, opt for the pineapple upside cake with rum raisin ice cream.
Enjoy bold and authentic Korean flavors at this Broadway eatery. Order the spicy pork bulgogi or try the bibimbap—a stone pot filled with steamed rice, vegetables, a sunny-side up egg, and your choice of protein. Multiple locations.
This tea shop and cafe offers more than 50 varieties of natural loose-leaf tea and small plates. Try the fresh-baked scones in the morning, or visit in the evening for a salumi plate and an old fashioned cocktail made with chai-infused syrup.
This friendly neighborhood bistro and bar is home to contemporary dishes with worldly influences. Order a bowl of ramen with house-made noodles or try the seafood tower, an edible sculpture of crab, shrimp, mussels, clams, and oysters.
Inspired by the love story of a winemaker's daughter and a lumberjack, the space is designed to resemble a cabin in the woods. Small-plate dishes offer a modern, eclectic mix of regional American cuisine.