What do you need to know this week in Denver April 21-27, 2017? Alamo Drafthouse in Sloan’s Lake opens soon, the Film on the Rocks summer line-up was announced, where to buy that 40-ounce bottle of rosé locally, and Earth Day and Record Store Day happenings. Plus, a few more things to know…
Get your tickets now for the upcoming Favorite Things Brunch on Larimer Square. The May 13 event will include a fashion show, clean beauty product pop-up shop, puppy-cuddling (yes, seriously), bouquet-making, Chaos and Cream ice cream, a Bloody Mary bar and bottomless mimosas. Tickets are $55/person.
Owlbear Barbecue is set to open a bricks and mortar location in RiNo. The neighborhood will also be welcoming Austin export Lustre Pearl soon. And, Stapleton favorite Four Friends Kitchen is planning a second location in the University neighborhood.
Füdmill, the new wholesale Denver artisan pastry company led by local chefs Alex Seidel and Matt Vawter (Mercantile Dining & Provision, Fruition) and Keegan Gerhard and Lisa Bailey (D Bar), introduced the public to their pastries through Denver-area Whole Foods as of this week.
You might not want to admit it, but you know you’ve been curious about that 40-ounce bottle of rosé that’s been trending online. You can now find it in Denver only at these two liquor stores. If you’re not a fan of the pink stuff, you might want to check out the newest additions to Colorado spirits…Ancho Reyes Verde, Nooku Bourbon Cream, or AD Laws Secale Straight Rye Bottled in Bond. (As an aside, Denver is the third most popular destination in the U.S. for craft spirits tourism. Yes, that’s right…planning your vacation destination around getting your drink on.)
Colorado has a lot of claims to fame, but most recently it’s this 13-year-old from Longmont who just happens to be the world’s best pinball player.
DIA will soon have new options for heading to Central America, South America and the Caribbean when Copa Airline joins the airport this December.
The Denver Deluxe burger and beer summer music festival in RiNo just announced its music line-up and tickets are on sale now.
The new Denver Alamo Drafthouse in Sloan’s Lake is finally slated to open on May 15! Film on the Rocks also just announced their 2017 movie line-up. And, here’s everything you need to know about the soon-to-be-open Levitt Pavilion in South Denver‘s Ruby Hill Park. ((It’s 2.5 times bigger than Red Rocks!)
Are we possibly close to finding a solution to the nightmarish traffic of I-70? Three of the 11 finalists in this global challenge are Colorado proposals aiming to do just that.
Tomorrow is Earth Day and Denver has a whole slew of (free) events to celebrate. On Earth Day and year-round, you’ll want to support these Colorado-based, eco-friendly companies. There’s also a Denver March for Science planned for Earth Day and here’s why.
Saturday is also Record Store Day and Denver’s Twist and Shout will have exclusive releases by The Lumineers, Jack White and others. But, get there early!
What else are you up to this weekend? A few more fun options…Mile High Burlesque Festival, Hops for Homes Craft Beer Festival, and Taste of Pearl in Boulder. Plus things to do with your kids in and around Denver, more fun events this weekend, and everything else you need to know to plan the rest of your April.
Enjoy the weekend!
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