This Week in Denver July 14-20, 2017

This Week in Denver July 14-20, 2017 The Source

How to eat local and eat slow around Denver this weekend. (Photo image courtesy of The Source.)

What’s worth knowing this week in Denver July 14-20, 2017? Where to celebrate Bastille Day, food hall happenings, and the worst places to park. Plus, the street food festival you don’t want to miss and a few more things to know…

Today is Bastille Day…a good excuse to check out Denver’s best French restaurants. Perhaps pop into Frank Bonnano’s newest place, French 75? Or drop by Denver’s Bastille Day celebration.

Stapleton Tap House closed its doors and Zephyr Brewing is leaving RiNo.

Denver’s organic, small batch beauty line Fig +Yarrow will pop up at The Source this weekend. (Read why I love their sugar scrub here.) And, Chicago’s The Budlong Nashville Hot Chicken will pop up at The Source’s RiNo Yacht Club (11am-5pm) on Saturday, July 22.

RiNo’s Zeppelin Station, the soon-to-be new addition to the Denver food hall scene, announced Vinh Xuong Bakery is joining its line-up. And, here’s what will soon be opening its doors on The Dairy Block in LoDo.

My favorite little “modern homekeeping” boutique, EcoMountain in Sunnyside, is celebrating their 1-year anniversary on Saturday with 15% off all purchases. (Read why it’s my must-stop spot for housewarming gifts.)

CRUSH, the street art festival, will be returning to RiNo this fall.

Do you own one of the 10 most likely to be stolen vehicles in Colorado? Maybe next time just take an Uber especially when heading to one of the 10 worst places to park in Denver.

Do you recognize the Colorado musician in Judd Apatow’s newest film?

And, this week Colorado joins the growing number of states (and cities) who are signing on to meet greenhouse gas reductions as laid out in the Paris climate treaty.

What are you up to this weekend? Slow Food Nations, the sustainable street food festival, comes to Denver…here’s everything you need to know. Plus, 10 local spots that exemplify the Slow Food Movement. A few more fun options…Denver Design Week, LoHi Music Festival, Beyond Type 1’s Bike Beyond Pop-Up Afternoon Picnic,  and Wanderlust 108. Here’s a full list of fun stuff in July.  Plus, cool things to do with the kiddos.

Enjoy the weekend!

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