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Change your meal-time scenery (which you’re surely sick of) by noshing on these Colorado-made goods in one of Denver’s many public parks.
Build a charcuterie board with Il Posto chef Andrea Frizzi’s new to-go cheeses, including mozzarella, Gorgonzola, and made-in-house Burrata.
Give One Year of 5280 for just $16.
As of April, you can find Boulder-based Wilde’s Chicken Chips—the breast-meat crisps come in flavors like jalapeño and chicken and waffles—in single-serving packages at Whole Foods Market.
Farmhouse loaves are made fresh daily at Moxie Bread Co., which opened a granary in North Boulder two months ago.
Order Front Range Cannery’s biscotti and vegetable zucchini antipasti, which owner Pauline Summers makes using a recipe from her mother and grandmother, who grew up in Calabria, Italy.
Because booze is banned in Mile High City parks until July 23, pack a few cans of Grüvi’s Denver-made, nonalcoholic Weisse or IPA.