What’s worth knowing this week in Denver May 19-25, 2017? The Denver Poke Bowl craze, how to crowdfund a ribeye, and trying out for Shark Tank. Plus, a few more things to know…
Lately it seems that Denver’s foodie scene is being taken over by poke bowls, which may be a little unexpected for our landlocked state. Here are the best places to check out the poke bowl craze. (Denver’s next food hall, RiNo’s Zeppelin Station (slated to open late 2017) even just announced its first vendor is a poke bowl restaurant.)
More openings to add to your must-try list…Rocket Ice Cream is opening in Lowry, Rosenberg’s Bagels is opening a second location in The Stanley, White Pie opened in Uptown, Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project opens tomorrow in the Santa Fe Art District, and Alamo Drafthouse is now open in Sloan’s Lake,
Despite the May snowstorm, it’s time to start making those summer plans. Here are a few tips to get you started… 14 ways to celebrate Memorial Day, the Complete Guide to Farmer’s Markets in Denver, 35 restaurants opening in Denver this summer, and 8 Denver patios where you can catch live music this summer.
One mobile app swears this gas station is your best bet for a road trip bathroom break in Colorado.
If you’re a cash-strapped entrepreneur, Shark Tank is holding an open call in Denver on May 24.
If you’re a lover of fried chicken or chicken wings, you’ll want to head over to RiNo next week when area restaurants compete in Chicken Fight! Festival.
What are you up to this weekend? A few fun options…Five Points Jazz Festival, Whiskey Throwdown & Doughnut Showdown, and Boulder’s Firefly Handmade Market. Plus, what to do with your kids this weekend and more May events.
Enjoy the weekend!
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