What do you need to know this week in Denver April 7-13, 2017? Everything you could ever wonder about Rockies Opening Day, local restaurant news and more.
Happy Opening Day! Here in Denver Rockies home opener is practically a holiday. Here’s everything you need to know…Westword shares the 10 best ways to pre-game. 5280 gives you a guide to eating and drinking around Coors Field. Eater tells you where to find the best Opening Day specials. And Denver Post tells you everything else you need to know from the time of the first pitch to the best way to get there.
Denver’s newest breakfast joint, Morning Collective, opened on S. Broadway. Old Major’s chef Justin Brunson is planning to open a local charcuterie. Perhaps surprisingly, you can find traditional Japanese fare at Stowaway Coffee + Kitchen every Friday. RiNo’s Comal is now hosting Syrian refugees preparing food from their homeland every Friday. LoHi’s ProsperOats will open a new location in Broomfield. Masterpiece Kitchen in Lowry is temporarily shuttered due to a kitchen fire this week. Govinda’s Garden Vegan Cafe will close at the end of April for good. And, a number of local restaurants are offering up classes on everything from cocktail-making to oyster-shucking.
Residential street sweeping started this week so be sure to move those parked cars.
The Big Wonderful returns in May with a new home in Globeville and a new format.
Learn why Denver B-Cycle is rolling out Cirque du Soleil-themed bikes and dropping membership rates to $2 in June.
Choice, a new type of convenience store where you will actually want to eat the food, is opening their first store on Broadway this summer.
What are you up to this weekend? After the Rockies game, maybe you want to check out one of the First Friday Art Walks in RiNo, on Santa Fe, or on Tennyson? A few more fun options…Women + Film Festival, Off the Clock: Palms and Pineapples, and DAM Uncorked. Plus, things to do with your kids this weekend and more fun in April.
Enjoy the weekend!
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