What’s worth knowing this week in Denver February 9 – 15, 2018? How to celebrate love in Denver (and where to go to avoid it). Plus, a few more things to know…
Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and there’s all kinds of suggestions for how to spend it in Denver. There’s 14 Tasty Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day and 10 Romantic Dinner Destinations and Denver Date Nights (2 Ways) in Time for Valentine’s Day and Denver-area Valentine’s Day Restaurant Deals. Oh, and the country’s biggest Valentine’s Day celebration is just a short drive from Denver. (Check back here on Denver Dweller early next week for favorite Valentine’s dates with your kids, too.)
On the other end of the spectrum, there’s Where to Avoid a Prix-Fixe, Couples-Only Valentine’s Day and where to drink when you want to sidestep V-Day altogether.
Here’s a few more relevant links for this week…
Hot Pot spot Chubby Cattle opened on S. Broadway and adds a technological twist to the traditional. Get in the Olympic spirit by eating at Denver’s best Korean restaurants. Bremen’s Wine and Tap in LoHi is closing already. And a peek inside Berkeley’s newest bar, Tartarian.
This sommelier and Park Hill native invented a canned wine spritz, and it’s getting a lot of buzz.
These inspirational billboards posted around town by Denver youth fill will give you all the feels.* As will these photos of teens who learned to dance for a pre-Valentine’s date with seniors with dementia.*
And, this one’s for Denverites who would voluntarily swim with sharks.
Planning the rest of your February? Pop over to Things to Do in Denver in February for more inspiration.
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