Lola Memorial Day Picnic

Photo by Lindsey Bartlett

Photo by Lindsey Bartlett

When: Monday, May 30. Noon-10 p.m.

Where: Lola Mexican Fish House. 1575 Boulder St., Denver

Lola is opening its doors a few hours early today for a Memorial Day Picnic. Expect happy hour-priced drinks all day, tacos, oysters, ceviche, chips and dips, and more. If you’re heading down to the LoHi fish house with a larger group, opt for one of the picnic platters with braised pork ribs, pollo asada, pork carnitas, and a half dozen smoked chicken wings.

 

Denver Pale Ale Launch Party

Bad Daddy Burger Bar. Photo by Lindsey Bartlett.

Bad Daddy Burger Bar. Photo by Lindsey Bartlett.

When: Wednesday, June 1. 7 p.m.

Where: Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar. 100 E. 120th Ave., Northglenn

Get your taste of Great Divide Brewing Company’s classic Denver Pale Ale at Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar in Northglenn. The launch party kicks off at 7 p.m., with all attendees receiving a free 16-ounce pour of the beloved brew. Stick around for your chance to win Great Divide prizes and swag.

 

Bike2Brunch at Tamayo

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Tamayo. Photo by Camille Breslin.

When: Saturday, June 4. 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Where: Tamayo. 1400 Larimer St., Denver

Tamayo launches its Bike2Brunch program this weekend, giving its guests another reason to ride their way downtown. Diners who pedal to Tamayo will not only earn their brunch calories, but they’ll receive complimentary guacamole for the table. Dig in on the $39 Bottomless Margarita Brunch with unlimited small plates and free-flowing brunch cocktails. With bike racks just north of the restaurant and Cherry Creek trail nearby, free guacamole couldn’t be easier. The Bike2Brunch deal runs through Labor Day.

 

Hot Wing Eating Contest in Boulder

Photo courtesy of the Ghost BBQ & Spirits' Facebook page.

Photo courtesy of the Ghost BBQ & Spirits’ Facebook page.

When: Saturday, June 4. 1-3 p.m.

Where: Boulder Theater. 2023 14th St., Boulder

Fans of fiery foods have the chance to show off their endurance for heat this weekend. Ghost BBQ & Spirits owner Bob Sargent set up a hot wing eating competition to test the taste buds of 10 contestants. The wings get hotter with each round, with the last man or woman standing being crowned the Ghost’s 2016 Wing-Eating Champion. Anyone brave enough to sign up for the competition can complete a registration form at the restaurant. There are only ten available slots and entries are first come, first served.

 

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