This Week in Denver January 5 – 11, 2018

This Week in Denver January 5 - 11, 2018

What’s worth knowing this week in Denver January 5 – 11, 2018? Meow Wolf is coming to Denver, and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen. Plus, everything you need to know about the Stock Show and a few more things…

New year, new Denver…well, sort of. Here are 7 things that will make Denver more fun this year, and what local food experts expect from the Denver food scene in 2018. And 18 New Year’s resolutions for Denverites. (Yes, that means you.)

Oskar Blues Grill & Brew is now open downtown, and Illegal Pete’s recently opened in the old Lou’s Food Bar location in Sunnyside. Platform T’s Baker and Cherry Creek locations closed. If you appreciate atmosphere as much as good food, you’ll want to check out this list of Denver’s most beautiful restaurants. Here are RiNo’s best happy hours and Denver’s finest fried chicken. Are you embracing a Dry January? Try these local mocktails.

Post Oak Hall will teach you how to have the best Super Bowl party with a 4-part series featuring experts in smoked brisket, soul food and frito pie. Because what’s a Super Bowl party without frito pie?

Everyone’s talking about Meow Wolf, (see also here, here and here), the fantastical immersive Santa Fe art collective that is launching a massive location right here in Denver.

You can start catching the Winter Park Express from Union Station as of today. Service will run every Saturday and Sunday through early March plus a couple of Fridays.

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month in Colorado…here’s 21 deals for beginning skiers and boarders.

There are days when you just need someone else to direct your kids for a while, and that’s when you’ll want to visit one of Denver’s family-friendly arts and craft spots. (I don’t know what my 2-year-old and I would do without Lalu and The Craftsman & Apprentice these days!)

It starts this weekend…here’s everything you need to know about the National Western Stock Show. (Plus see this dog from America’s Got Talent perform in person.)

What are you up to this weekend? A few other fun options…First Friday Art Walks on Santa Fe Art DistrictTennyson Street, and in RiNo Art District50 First Jokes Denver at The Bug Theatre, and Penny Saturday at MCA Denver. Plus, a few things to do with the kiddos and more January fun.

Enjoy the weekend!

What else do you need to know in Denver this month? Check out Things to do in Denver in January.

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  • Reply The Denver100 Team January 8, 2018 at 2:10 pm

    Looking forward to the art walks! Great reminder about January, this is a wonderful opportunity for people to take advantage of.

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