Denver November Food Festivals

There are some upcoming food festivals in November we thought you might want to know about.  Get your tickets and reservations early, as they go fast!

Barolo Grill

November 4-8: Barolo Grill Truffle Celebration Week

If you love truffles, this celebration event is for you.  Barolo Grill’s executive chef Darrel Truett is putting a menu together every night for dinner November 4-8 that highlights the magic of truffles. The exact menu is still being determined for this year, so check Barolo Grill’s website soon for more details.  Dates and reservations fill quickly for this event; so schedule in advance.  Call Barolo Grill for more information and to make reservations 303-393-1040.

November 16: Denver Beer and Bacon Festival, 2:30-5pm at the Curtis

This is the third year for Denver Beer and Bacon Festival put on by Eat Boston and Denver Off the Wagon.  Buying a ticket to the event gets you samples of bacon dishes and beer, and proceeds from this event are going to Denver’s Metro CareRing and Project Angel Heart.  The line up for this event includes:

Course 1: John Little from Harman’s Eat & Drink with Crooked Stave
Course 2: Drew Watson from Hops & Pie with Copper Kettle Brewing Company
Course 3: Vincent Vigil from Panzano with Renegade Brewing Company
Course 4: Brandon Muncy from The Lobby with TRVE Brewing Co.
Course 5: Samm Sherman from Linger and Root Down with Great Divide Brewing Company

Get your tickets soon before the event gets sold out!

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Where to Drink This Week: Interstate Kitchen & Bar

Located in the Santa Fe Art District, Interstate Kitchen & Bar has a traditional diner feel to it with elevated American comfort food and libations.  The food and drinks are homemade, full of flavor and delicious.  Interstate has over 100 whiskeys available as well as a large selection of hand crafted cocktails and craft beers.Continue Reading

Where to Drink This Weekend: Bike Jim’s

Where in town can you get a reindeer, elk, wild boar, rattlesnake or pheasant sausage?  Biker Jim’s of course.  Not only are these dogs unique, they are amazingly delicious.  It’s no coincidence Biker Jim’s is one of Denver Yelp’s #1 restaurants. Biker Jim’s started when Jim Pittenger (Biker Jim) stopped working on cars and startedContinue Reading

Where to Eat This Weekend: Dorchester Social Eatery

This weekend enjoy Denver’s beautiful fall weather at Dorchester Social Eatery with globally inspired cuisine and a roof top deck that will take you back in time to ancient Rome.  Dorchester Social Eatery recently opened in August 2014, and the spacious roof top patio and beautiful decor are refreshing scenery for dining on delicious food.Continue Reading

Where to Drink This Week: The Lobby

The Lobby has been serving up playful eats and serious drinks to Denver for over 14 years.  The Lobby is located in the Ballpark neighborhood in the beautiful Victorian Paris Hotel building that was originally built in 1891.  If the food and drinks at The Lobby aren’t enough, the old fashioned, beautiful decoration and amenitiesContinue Reading

Where to Eat This Weekend: Pasty Republic

Pasty Republic offers a fresh spins on traditional pasties with options that everyone will love.  What is a pasty?  It’s a folded pastry shell filled with savory meat and vegetables.  The pasty has a long history and is associated with English cuisine.  The pasty served as an easy, hand held meal for miners who couldContinue Reading

Where to Drink This Week: Jagged Mountain Brewery

This week stop Jagged Mountain Brewery, the closest tap room to the Great American Beer Festival. Jagged Mountain Brewery prides itself on making adventurous, delicious beer. Randy, RJ and Wayne, the founders of Jagged Mountain Brewery, have known each other for more than a decade and have had adventures together including mountaineering, ice climbing, backContinue Reading

 

 

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