What’s worth knowing this week in Denver September 8 – 14, 2017? Local Harvey relief fundraisers and benefit concerts, and what to do if you spot a coyote in Denver. Plus, a few more things to know…
Uptown will soon be getting a doughnut and gelato shop , as well as Stoney’s Uptown Joint, sister restaurant to Capitol Hill’s Stoney Bar and Grill. Whit’s Frozen Custard recently joined Tennyson Street (we popped in twice over Labor Day weekend and discovered custard is delicious). Food truck Ohana Grille will soon be parking permanently in Sloan’s Lake. Bar Helix is set to debut in RiNo this month. And a little bit of Wisconsin will be landing in LoDo…cheese curds, butter burgers and all.
Denver’s favorite comfort food spot, Steuben’s, will be featured on the Travel Channel’s Food Paradise this Sunday (September 10).
Find your way around Denver via the light rail with this mapped guide.
These three Denver-area benefit concerts will raise funds for Harvey relief and these local restaurants are hosting month-long fundraisers. And, these Denver musicians are throwing a benefit for undocumented immigrants on September 10.
What are you up to this weekend? Heading to the annual 6-day Denver Food + Wine Festival this week? Here’s everything you need to know. More fun options include Sunnyside Music Fest, Denver HaHo Market, Ridgefest, Golden Sidewalk Sale, Tennyson Street Shop Crawl, and Park Hill Home Tour and Street Fair. Plus, here are more things to do with your kids this weekend and September happenings all month long.
Enjoy the weekend!
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