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Sarah Kuta

Sarah Kuta is Colorado-based writer and editor. She writes about travel, lifestyle, food and beverage, fitness, education and anything with a great story behind it.

Articles By Sarah Kuta

A ribbon cutting ceremony at the Boulder Bitty and Beau's location.

This Boulder Coffee Shop is Run by People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee, a self-proclaimed “radically inclusive” workplace, opened this past September off the Pearl Street Mall.

Noble Riot

The 9 Best Colorado Gifts for Wine Lovers

From award-winning bottles to wine club memberships, these gifts are sure to please any oenophile in your life.

Building in dusk

3 Adventurous Ways to Dine in the Mountains this Winter

When it comes to some of Colorado’s most iconic mountain town restaurants, how you get there is just as memorable as what’s on your plate.

Exterior of the Carlin in Breckenridge, a white house with brown trim.

The Hottest New Place to Eat (and Stay) in Breckenridge

The Carlin, a new “restaurant with rooms” in Breckenridge, houses a seafood-forward eatery, a tavern, and four luxury suites under one roof.

Apples in bucket

6 of the Best Colorado Apple Varieties, According to Local Growers and Chefs

We asked local experts about their favorite Colorado apples and how best to prepare them in the kitchen.

Mark DeRespinis over an Esoterra garden.

Meet the Man Growing Specialty Veggies for Some of Denver’s Hottest Restaurants

Mark DeRespinis launched Esoterra Culinary Garden in 2018 and now grows produce for upscale restaurants all over the city.

The Denver BBQ Festival. Photo courtesy of the Denver BBQ Festival

12 Denver-Area Food and Drink Festivals to Help You Make the Most of Summer

You don’t have to go far to sip and sample the best flavors of the Centennial State.

Host of Stoned Appetit Kip Wilson's shot of Little Arthur's Hoagies' buffalo chicken cheesesteak cut in half, dripping.

The Best Sandwiches in Denver, According to Colorado’s Favorite Stoner Foodie

Kip Wilson, the host of the Stoned Appétit podcast, dishes on the dankest spots to grab a sub.

The Definitive Guide to Brunching in Denver and Beyond

Give your Saturday or Sunday funday the delicious start it deserves.

A photo of Banff Sunshine resort. Photo courtesy of Reuben Krabbe, SkiBig3

Want a Change of Scenery? Here’s Why Banff Is the Perfect Winter Getaway for Coloradans

Easy access from Denver and three resorts on the Ikon Pass make Banff a travel-worthy ski destination.

Forget Me Not's green machine cocktail. Photo courtesy of Forget Me Not

5280’s Guide to Dry January

Starting the year off sober? Follow 5280’s guide for staying on the wagon all month long with local free spirited bars, cocktails, and home recipes.

Five cans of various non-alcoholic beer brands against a colorful backdrop

5 Nonalcoholic Beers to Sip During Dry January

This month and beyond, quench your thirst with these tasty lagers, ales, IPAs, and other N/A beeresque beverages.

3 Dude Ranches With Amazing Culinary Programs to Visit This Winter

At these all-inclusive properties, comforting and refined cuisine is on the menu.

5 Squashes to Buy This Fall and Winter

We asked Colorado farmers and one chef about their favorite varieties of the late-season heroes and how to prepare them.

Dining at Noisette Is Like Visiting Your Chic French Grandmother’s House

The stunning new restaurant opened in LoHi in August, with an adjoining bakery to follow soon.

Beer Students at MSU Denver Are Getting a $1 Million Equipment Upgrade

The new Charlie Papazian Brewing Education Lab, set to open in 2023, is named for the ‘godfather’ of homebrewing and one of the driving forces behind the craft beer movement.

16 of the Best Northern Colorado Breweries

From Greeley to Fort Collins to Loveland, venture up north to sip some of Colorado’s best craft beers.

15 of Colorado’s Best Hotel Bars

Whether you’re planning a getaway or just want to explore your own neighborhood, here are our favorite spots to grab a drink inside Centennial State hotels.

Members of the Women's Bean Project filling orders. Photo courtesy of the Women's Bean Project

How the Women’s Bean Project Helps Denver Women Find—and Keep—Jobs

The nonprofit’s move into a new facility this summer will allow it to hire and empower more chronically unemployed women.

Inflation Is Hurting Colorado Food Banks and Pantries. Here’s How to Help

The need for food and community services is increasing at a time when donations are decreasing at many Centennial State nonprofits.

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