It seems as if this weeks biggest news was the semi-epic snowfall we witnessed Tuesday into Wednesday afternoon, and by semi-epic I mean the first fall to stick. Thankfully that’s not all that’s been happening in the Mile High, Edge Restaurant announced they will hide gift cards downtown, Bread Bar expanded its hours into the weekend and more to know this week.
Edge Restaurant Announces the Great Gift Card Hunt
On Monday, December 12 Edge Restaurant will hide three gifts cards in downtown Denver. Everyday they will continue to reveal one clue until the gift cards are found. The lucky winners will receive a dinner for two at Edge. Clues can be found on the Four Seasons Hotel Denver and Edge Steakhouse Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts. Follow along in the conversation #GreatGiftCardHunt
ViewHouse Teamed Up with the Boys and Girls Club
The ViewHouse Centennial and Ballpark have teamed up with the Boys and Girls of America to provide a drop off location for the Care 4 Colorado Toy Drive. Each guest who drops off an unwrapped toy donation will receive free ViewHouse peppermint Godiva chocolate martini. They will also donate $1 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of metro Denver for each purchased peppermint Godiva chocolate martini through December 16.
The Bread Bar Expands Hours into Sunday
Ski season is upon us and with it comes the onslaught of traffic. A great option in “sitting one out” is a stop at the Bread Bar in Silver Plume who recently expanded their weekend availability. Starting this weekend Bread Bar will be open Sundays from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. in addition to Friday 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.. To celebrate their new hours, the Long I Pie Shop will host a special pop-up all day Saturday and Rubyfruit will play a live hour long set starting at 6:30 p.m.