There’s no rest for the hungry in Denver, and this week is no different. Right now, you can check out one of Denver’s favorite delis in a new setting. Plus find out where the culinary tour, Hoofin’ It, is exploring next or how you can get your booze delivered right to your door, and more.
Where: 5285 Joliet Street in Denver
When: Coming in November 2014
The Low Down: Denver distillery Leopold Bros is a Colorado favorite, and now they are set to open a tasting room in their newer, bigger distillery. Tours will also be available, so if you love Leopold’s small batch whiskeys or any of their other craft spirits, plan on checking out the latest addition to Denver’s drinking scene in November.
Where: Available on the Club Level at the Pepsi Center
When: Serving now.
The Low Down: In a new partnership with Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, Masterpiece Deli and its executive chef/owner Justin Brunson (also of Old Major and Denver Bacon Company) will now be offer a “Sandwich of the Event” at the Pepsi center along with in-suite catering and in-seat sandwich box orders. So head to your next Pepsi Center event hungry and try options like the cubano, or their BBQ smoked turkey made with Denver Bacon Company bacon.
Where: Now available in
- Downtown Denver
- East Highlands
- Five Points
- City Park
- Congress Park
- Cherry Creek
- Washington Park
- South Park Hill
- Capitol Hill
- Lincoln Park.
- University Park
- University Hills
- University of Denver
- Platt Park
- South Pearl
- Cherry Hills Village
- Hampden/S. Hampden
The Low Down: Drizly knows that there are plenty of reasons why you might need your booze delivered, and Denver seems to agree. After a successful launch this summer, this alcohol delivery service has recently expanded its service area to include neighborhoods south of downtown. Plus, they’re offering Denver residents a discount on their next delivery to celebrate. Use the promo code DENVEREXPANDS on your next order for free delivery (normally $5).
Where: Mariott Denver Tech Center, 4900 S Syracuse Street in Denver
When: Friday, October 17th 4-10pm, and Saturday, October 18th 10am-9pm
Cost: Admission: $5, children under 5 are free. Ride the lightrail or a bike and get half off admission. Taste tickets: 12 for $10, 25 for $20.
The Low Down: Are you a chocolate lover? Then head to the Tech Center this weekend for Choctoberfest, a showcase of the best chocolate indulgences from Colorado and New Mexico. Click HERE for a complete schedule of events. Highlights include a kid’s costume contest, chocolate culinary demos, and a pre-zombie crawl free for all.
Where: Starts at Park & Co.,439 E. 17th Ave in Denver, with stops at The B-Side and Ace Eat Serve.
When: Thursday, October 23rd with tours starting at 5:30pm, 6:30pm, and 7:30pm. 303 Magazine will specifically sponsor the 7:30 PM portion, so buy your tickets now!
Cost: $40/person (includes food and drink pairings at each stop)
The Low Down: This culinary event from Heroes Like Us, Mile High Business Alliance and Imbibe Events celebrates, “the sustainable practices between responsible ranchers and the kitchens of Denver’s most progressive restaurants,” said Jensen Cummings of Heroes Like Us. During this special one-night edition, you’ll get to sample eats like the Confit Callicrate Beef Tongue “Cubano” from the B-Side while spending time with the ranchers who provide the meat to these restaurants along the way.