What’s worth knowing this week in Denver October 27 – November 2, 2017? Inventing Room is back, yoga at the airport, and Dazzle has a record shop. Plus, a few more things to know…
The Bindery opens its market/bakery/eatery today in LoHi. Denver’s own Willy Wonka-esque Inventing Room re-opens this weekend in West Highlands. Barbes Bistro chef/owner is bringing old-school Italian to Park Hill with Red Sauce, slated to open early November. Denver chefs compete in a ramen showdown on November 13. Oskar Blues will be opening its LoDo location in late November. The Way Back is planning its re-opening for early 2018 on Tennyson. And Broken Rice on Colorado closed its doors.
Here’s the secret to being the next hostess with the mostess…the recently launched Denver company Cloth + Gold is an online one-stop shop for dinner parties…from menu and table settings to play list and clean-up.
Flight delayed at DIA? Soon you’ll be able to able to ommm out at this airport yoga studio while you wait to board.
Winter is finally coming…and I’m not talking about the snow showers last night. These Colorado ski areas have set their opening days.
Did you miss this week’s post on the 53 local women’s boutiques in Denver? Pop in now to be all set for the holiday party season.
Heading to the Granby area for the holidays? You can buy a freshly baked drive-thru pie from this woman’s houseboat. (And, yes, she lives there.)
And here are the Day of the Dead celebrations in and around Denver.
What are you up to this weekend? We’re heading up to Boulder for a daytime Buffs game with the kiddos. Unfortunately we’ll be missing a lot of trick-or-treat streets here in town. Plus, there’s the Great Pumpkin Haul, Trick or Treat Train, a ton of spooky/boozy events, and it’s your last chance for October fun.
Enjoy the weekend!
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