In Denver This Week February 3-9, 2017

In Denver this week February 3-9, 2017

What’s worth knowing in Denver this week February 3-9, 2017? Planning for Super Bowl Sunday, best locally made Valentine gifts, and Denver’s top neighborhoods. 

In Denver February means it’s time to show your love for your local favorites. Vote for your favorite local businesses now for Westword’s Best of Denver 2017 Readers’ Poll, Denver A-List Best of 2017, or  Colorado Parent Family Favorites 2017.

Your Valentine gifts may no longer be homemade, but they can still be homegrown. Pick up some Colorado chocolates, order up a little irreverence from one of these Denver greeting card makers, or uncork one of these 50 Shades of Colorado Wine. Plus, here are 9 Tasty Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Denver.

Don’t forget your littlest Valentines! These 5 kid-friendly Valentine’s Day dates will show them how much you love spending time with them.

It just wouldn’t be Denver without cool restaurant openings…a new Olive and Finch opened this week in Cherry Creek and Broken Rice opens “fast-casual Asian” on Colorado Boulevard. Plus 27 Denver restaurants opening this spring.

For a slightly different culinary experience, check out these 10 Booze and Food Events to Attend in February.

Popular Denver restaurateur Kimbal Musk recently announced he is planning to take his popular Next Door Kitchen eatery concept to the Midwest and beyond…with 50 new Next Doors by 2020.

5280 Magazine released their (second) annual best places to live in Denver. Did your ‘hood make the cut?

It doesn’t get more Colorado than picking out locally hand-crafted skis made from Colorado trees while drinking a Colorado beer.

New music venue Your Mom’s House opened inside the former Pearl’s.

I want to check out every single one of these 19 Colorado spa experiences…you know, just for the sake of research.

Children of the nineties…you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch The Princess Bride with the Dread Pirate Roberts himself. Paramount Theater is hosting a special screening with Cary Elwes this April, including a post-film Q and A.

Which Colorado food makers scored big at the Good Food Awards? See which Colorado-made charcuterie, cider, chocolate, condiments and spirits you’ll want to score for your Super Bowl party this weekend. Alternatively Eater gives you The Ultimate Guide to Takeout for Super Bowl Sunday. We’ll be making these Colorado bloody marys too.

Is your big screen TV not quite big enough? Westword offers you 10 Denver Super Bowl Options Beyond the Sports Bar.

What else are you up to this weekend? First Friday Art Walks are tonight on Santa Fe Art District, Tennyson Street Culture Walk, and in RiNo Art District, where the new free shuttle debuts. A few other fun options this weekend…Off the Clock: Cajun Carnival at Denver Botanic Gardens, A Chocolate Affair in Olde Town Arvada, and Denver Art Museum Free Day.

Enjoy the weekend!

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