This Week in Denver November 3 – 9, 2017

This Week in Denver November 3 - 9, 2017 The Real Dill

The Real Dill will be donating 5% of all online November sales to area nonprofit The Growhaus. Image courtesy of The Real Dill.

What’s worth knowing this week in Denver November 3 –  9, 2017? Eating pickles and Puerto Rican food, though not at the same time, for good causes. And a few more things to know… 

The newly opened Bindery brings a European-style marketplace to LoHi. And European-style distillery Archetype opens in Baker‘s former Kitty’s building. Tavernetta will re-open in Union Station after a temporary closure due to fire. And Dio Mio and Uncle collaborate for a 1-night only pop-up ramen event on November 7 (5-7pm only).

The Real Dill will donate 5% of all online November sales to local nonprofit, The Growhaus. Order up a jar of their artisan pickles (I recommend habanero horseradish dills) and Bloody Mary mix (my all-time favorite) to elevate your brunch game. Makes a great hostess gift, too! (Here are a few more Colorado Bloody Mary essentials.)

Ladies, have you heard of Thinx, the period-proof underwear that’s been featured all over the internet? The Thinx Truck will be rolling into Denver as part of a 3-city tour if you want to get an up-close-and-very-personal peek. The Thinx Truck open Novembers 9 to 11, and includes appointments with “period specialists,” a couple of happy hours at Bar Fausto, and some women empowerment talk with area female movers and change-makers.

Cider never tastes better than it does in the fall…these local ciders are not the flavors you’re used to but you may love them anyway.

Dos Abuelas, the popular Denver food truck that sells Puerto Rican comfort food, is currently holding a donation drive for Puerto Rican victims as well as a November 12 fundraiser.

Everything you need to know about Colorado’s ski resorts. (And, here are the opening days for 16 ski areas.)

Feeling crafty this holiday season? You can DIY all of your gifts at Ink Lounge’s Wednesday Craft Shops

The 5280 guide to Denver’s best pizza. (Do you agree?)

The 10 must-see movies at this year’s Denver Film Festival, which opened Wednesday.

How many of Denver’s iconic “cheap eats” have you been to? (I got 10 out of 13. I’m not sure if that’s a good or bad thing.)

What are you up to this weekend? The first of the holiday markets start to pop up. Here are a few more fun options…Denver Film FestivalDenver Arts Week, Denver Zoo Free Day, and Five Points Stomp. Plus, more things to do all November long

Enjoy the weekend!

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