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Fun Food Tours!

fft logoYou know that moment when you wake up in the middle of the night and have an epiphany? You even write it down.  That’s what happened to me one night when I came up with the concept for a food and beer tour app.

I’d like to introduce you to Fun Food Tours. Not only is it Denver’s only food and beer tour app it’s the only one in the country.  Matter of fact, if you know of a food tour app in the country, please email me at becky @ culinaryconnectors (dot) com and I will buy you a drink! As of March 16, 2015 we’re still in development but, don’t let that discourage you.  Sign up for our newsletter and we will send you information when it’s ready.

Matter of fact, we’re looking for beta testers, so, if you’re interested in taking a FREE (we did say free) tour, sign up and when we are ready we’ll email you the instructions on how to download the app.  Don’t be selfish, share it with your friends, we want to get at least 50 surveys completed so we can make sure we work out all of those pesky kinks before we launch to the rest of the world…I mean Denver.

Thanks to all of you who have supported our chef and beer geek led tours, we haven’t completely gone away, we just offer those on a private basis now.

Yours in food and beer!

Becky Creighton

President

Where to Drink This Week: Centennial Tavern

Shangri-La recently changed their name to Maci Cafe, and now another well known Denver dining establishment is changing their name this week.  Jonsey’s EatBar is officially changing their name to Centennial Tavern this week.  Monday December 1st they celebrated the grand opening with the new name with free drinks and happy hour all night long.Continue Reading

Where to Eat This Week: Homegrown Tap & Dough

Homegrown Tap & Dough is a family-friendly place with wood-fired, thin-crusted classic and modern pizzas, pastas, antipasto, salads, and a great beer program started by Jean-Philippe Failyau who owns Park Burger and Park and Co.  Homegrown Tap & Dough occupies the space on old South Gaylord that used to be Il Vicino.  The restaurant spaceContinue Reading

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! 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 everyContinue Reading

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 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: Denver Harvest Week

Tuesday September 23- Saturday September 28 Denver Harvest Week is highlighting some of the best independent restaurants and local farmers in the Denver area. Each night a group of 5+ chefs/restaurants will come together to create pop-up parties at the GrowHaus. The event is also a fundraiser for GrowHaus, an urban garden. Tuesday- Duel inContinue Reading

 

 

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