This is your chance to act like high society. On the anniversary of the Titanic's ill-fated sinking, visit legendary passenger Molly Brown's house for an eight-course dining event based on a real menu (by the famed César Ritz) served in the ship's finest dinning room, the Ritz.
Enjoy wine, chocolate, and cheese in honor of the Colorado Women's Education Foundation for International Women's Day—like you needed an excuse. Guest speakers include Dr. Lynn M. Gangone, Dean of Colorado Women's College at DU, and authors Jill Tietjen and Tamra Ryan. Sat 4 p.m.
You'll be hard-pressed to choose a top course when you indulge in pairs like tempura lobster tail and zucchini noodles with a 2012 Semillion or buffalo tenderloins over gnocchi when they meet their match with a 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon. Marty Clubb, winemaker at L'Ecole No.
This trip to the library won't be for the books. This month's Meet the Maker event will introduce you to El Tesoro tequila at Denver's library of tequila. Taste and learn about how it is produced. La Biblioteca offers more than 350 varieties of the spirit, so don't hesitate to "check out" bottles and record your tasting experiences. Thu 6 p.m.
Drive away the last remnants of winter with the belly-warming combination of brews and stew. Start with all-you-can-eat tastes of the hearty soups from the likes of Trinity Grill and Richard Sandoval. Wash them down with beers from local spots including Dry Dock and Great Divide. There's a homebrew taste-off and a raffle prizes including dinners at the Kitchen and Arvada Center tickets.
Distiller and bartender have a unique job. The pair must work in concert from the perfect ingredient to mixing the perfect cocktail. Together, their passion for each step of the process gives you an elevated cocktail experience.
Just in time for Easter, learn to make old-world style European Breads with the Denver Public Library's resident cooking instructor, Monica Kadillak. Kadillak's fresh take on these traditional bread recipes like braided challah, hot cross buns, and Povitica—a sweet, nut filled roll—will have you rushing to your home kitchen to experiment. Sat 2 p.m.
Denver is the first city outside of New York to host this experimental video art and dining experience. Twenty-four-foot screens create a cube-like space in which diners partake in three or five course meals from local venues like the Populist and Noble Swine. Watch Museum of Contemporary Art curated films by artists from around the globe (half are Colorado-based).
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