“Local first, sustainable second, organic third.” Celebrity chef Hugh Acheson’s simple food philosophy can, and should, be a guiding light for all of us. Here in Denver, we’re lucky to have a devoted group of people dedicated to local, sustainable, organic—and just plain good—food. Dig into the stories on the following pages, then get out there and taste the difference community makes.
Watch as dragons soar close, hear the beat of their hearts, feel the tension rise, and cheer as they cross the finish line. This celebration of Denver’s rich and diverse Asian communities will include both traditional and contemporary live performances, an Asian marketplace, a 5k walk/run, and of course, the ancient sport of Dragon Boat racing. Sat 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Indulge all of your senses during this food, wine, and art bonanza. Grab a seat at Nero's Restaurant on Friday for a four-course wine pairing, featuring hot-smoked swordfish and Italian cheeses. Spend Saturday in Cortez City Park, where local restaurants and wineries provide the food and drink, while you peruse works by local artists.
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