This Week in Denver March 10th-16th, 2017

This Week in Denver March 10th-16th, 2017 Denver Bcycle

It feels like spring has sprung in Denver. Well, this week anyway, so hop on a B-Cycle and tool around town while you can.

What to know this week in Denver March 10th-16th, 2017? The most anticipated Denver openings this spring, 21 places to take Colorado kids, blue trees are coming to downtown, and why I’m blushing. 

We don’t call Denver a foodie town for nothing. The next couple of months alone will give us 26 of the most anticipated restaurant (and brewery) openings.

Heck, even our airport food is good! DIA was recently named the airport with the best dining in the nation in no small part thanks to local favorite Root Down. (You’ll find the husband and me arriving early before every flight just to spend time with one of their Bloody Marys and the world’s best breakfast sandwich.)

Need a little more scoop on Denver’s ever-evolving dining scene? Here’s an in-depth look at the opening of Morning Collective, the former Snooze executive chef’s breakfast eatery that’s coming to SoBro. Also, a peek into The Kitchen’s more casual sister restaurant, Hedge Row, opening this summer. This James Beard winner will be opening a modern Japanese eatery in Curtis Park. Zuni Street Brewing Company opened last week. RiNo’s Black Shirt Brewing will soon be serving food. And, the opening I’ve been long awaiting…Low Country in LoHi.

(And, if you just want a little not-so-good-for-you something that makes you feel like a kid again, here’s where to get the best tater tots in Denver.)

Finally Denverite explores what makes food authentic, and where you might find it in Denver.

You might want to avoid this year’s most accident-prone Denver intersections.

Come April downtown Denver trees will be turning blue…here’s why.

In honor of International Women’s Day this past Wednesday, here are 90+ local, women-owned food and beverage businesses to support. The Denver Film Society timed their unveiling of the 7th Annual Women + Film Festival line-up. And, I’m blushing a bit but I have to share anyway…I’m so honored to be included in The Denver Ear’s list of Denver Women Bloggers to Follow. (But, seriously blushing.)

A friend of mine recently received recognition for her fantastic article on the 21 Places to Take Kids in Colorado (before they grow up). You’ll want to bookmark this one!

Denver’s own 5280 Magazine is a finalist in 13 categories for the City and Regional Magazine Association awards.

Lots of zoo news lately…first the surprise debut of Dobby the baby giraffe and the now much buzzed about The Edge tiger exhibit opens next week.

So much to see during the Month of Photography but Westword says these are the shows you don’t want to miss.

This Denver-based film company wants to tell the story of whiskey and is asking for your help. Their Indiegogo campaign launches March 15.

Colorado Craft Week starts March 18 but you can strategically plan your drinking now with this handy guide. In fact, why not just plan your next couple months now with Thrillist’s round-up of Everything You Must Do in Denver This Spring?

What are you up to this weekend? The Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is downtown tomorrow. More worthwhile options…Runnin’ of the Green Race at Union Station, Music Train Family Concert’s Beatles Tribute, and Siren Song: A Pirate’s Odyssey at Buntport Theatre. Plus, a few more things to do with your kids and more March happenings here.

Enjoy the weekend!

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