Caroline Glover loves to give dinner parties. It’s not uncommon for her to have 10 close friends over to her house, with people gathered in the kitchen, talking to her as she prepares the meal.
Lorena Cantarovici is introducing a taste of Latin America to the metro area one empanada at a time. Her third Maria Empanada store, located at the Stanley Marketplace, opened this past August.
With outdoor seating featuring a firepit, a rotating selection of 24 American craft beers, and hormone- and antibiotic-free hot dogs, sausages and burgers, the new Dog Haus restaurant brings a German biergarten-inspired eating/gathering place to The Shops at Northfield.
Denver School of the Arts. Montview and Quebec. Tickets/complete listings: www.dsapresents.org, www.dsa.dpsk12.org/performances
The air traffic controllers guiding planes in and out of the old Stapleton Airport couldn’t have imagined this new life for the building at the base of the control tower. And for years, despite committee meetings and brainstorming sessions, the committee searching for a reuse of the tower couldn’t imagine it either.
When Denver’s sunset arrives at 4:35pm on Dec. 1, sun-loving Coloradans may find themselves bemoaning the dark and cold that befalls them for 14 and a half hours a day as winter officially approaches. They might want to adopt the Scandinavian concept of hygge.
With a passion for farming, beekeeping and cooking, Jeff Rogoff has turned what he loves into his life’s work. His second metro area Sazza Restaurant is now open at the Stanley Marketplace.
In the building where air traffic controllers once coordinated landings and takeoffs for the old Stapleton Airport, Punch Bowl Social will open on Nov. 18 at 7pm with an open-to-the-public ticketed event to support the local charity We Don’t Waste (WeDontWaste.org). Get tickets online at PunchBowlSocial.com. At 9pm doors will open to non-ticketed guests.
When new restaurants arrived in the Eastbridge Town Center and Stanley Marketplace, along with them came almost instant recognition in the local foodie world.
Natural foods grocer Lucky’s Market will break ground in 2018 in Lowry, with anticipated completion in early 2019.