Hold up a glass and bring an empty stomach to celebrate Strange Brewing Company’s third anniversary with a multicourse, beer-paired dinner. Hosted in the brewery, these elaborate meals—think deviled eggs prepared three ways, pork loin stuffed with crispy pork belly over bacon braised greens, and triple cherry tarts—center around the number three.
Indulge your inner chocoholic. This two-day festival, held on mother's day weekend (hint, hint: this is the ideal spot to find a hand-crafted gift, or to treat yourself), features more than 80 vendors from across the country selling chocolate candies, cakes, cookies, truffles, brownies, toffees, and more.
Immerse yourself in Spanish culture, if only for just one evening. Olé Imports pairs Spanish wines—like Tempranillo, Monastrell, or Granacha varietels—with a six-course dinner including the classic tapas dish patatas bravas (spicy fried potatoes), salmon tartare, and pork cheek with creamy polenta and harrisa aïoli.
Booze it up for charity. That's right, indulge in mixologist-concocted punch—each spiked with Breckenridge Bourbon—and call it a philanthropic evening. Enjoy two complimentary cocktails, live music, billiards, a door prize give-away, and a chance to participate in a silent auction. Proceeds benefit the Children's Hospital of Denver. Wed 6-11 p.m.
Bottoms up! Come sample single malt and Scotch whiskies from distilleries around the world. The Extravaganza—held in 13 major market cities—hits Denver as the last stop of its 2013 Spring tour. Tasters—both whiskey novices and long-time connoisseurs—are encouraged to participate in drink samplings and a buffet dinner. Remember the occasion with souvenir cigars and tasting glasses.
From pacifiers and potty training to prom dress shopping and college tuition payments, motherhood can be stressful. Treat Mom to something special with this Mother’s Day wine country brunch. The three-course meal starts with a simple dish—like their asparagus salad—followed by decadent entrées—like the cornflake-crusted French toast.
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