Eater Denver’s Events Roundup provides a curated rundown of the most interesting local food and drink parties, pop-ups, festivals, specials, dinners, and more. Published every week, this is your stop for all events worth your time in Denver, Boulder, and beyond.
Each week, Eater Denver reporters go through tips, emails, and lists to bring you top food-related events – each event listed here is a personal recommendation from an Eater employee who, with their fascinating menu, is sure to be theirs Food or. Hand selected drink or highly rated chef / restaurant participation.
The focus is on events happening over the next three months, as well as upcoming events that you want to reserve or buy tickets for before they sell out. Food and drinks are listed in chronological order.
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Friday 5th January
All you can eat oysters
What: Celebrate the first Friday of the month at Jax LoDo with endless east coast oysters for $ 35. The first 100 guests receive free tastings and first pints from the post office.
details: 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday 6th January
Fourtrack Porter publication
What: Visit RiNo to try Black Shirt Brewing’s Fourtrack Porter in time for the winter season. Get a six-pack of 12-ounce cans for $ 10 or get a pour for $ 6. Local band The Ham Bone Thieves will be there in the evening from 7pm to 11pm to celebrate the release.
details: 11 a.m. to midnight
Monday January 8th
Wine dinner on Monday evening: La Carafe Wines
What: Carlton McCoy and “Chubby” Oveges from Aspens Little Nell visit Frasca Food & Wine to share their La Carafe wine label with the restaurant. Try three wines from La Carafe together with a 4-course menu at a fixed price in the evening. All proceeds from the wine label go to local charities, The Buddy Program, Shining Stars Foundation, and Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club.
details: USD 55 per person plus an additional fee for wine pairs. Reserve online.
Tuesday January 9th
“Winemaker for a day” custom blending session
What: Bigsby’s Folly event attendees can mix their own California red wine and take home the fruits of their label after creating a custom label. Custom blend sleeves are also available to order.
details: $ 75 per person; includes one bottle of wine per customer. Additional bottles for $ 45 each. More information on the Internet.
Post Big Beers Tap Takeover
What: Didn’t get tickets for the Big Beers, Belgians & Barleywine Festival? Head to BarFly Denver instead and let the Alamo Drafthouse and PorchDrinking.com fill you up with some of the festival’s best heavy-hitters. The offer includes the Bourbon-aged Dark Star from Fremont Brewing and the Insect Warfare: Good Bugs beer from TRVE Brewing. Find a list of brewers online.
details: 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday January 10th
Gluten-free dinner at the Element Kitchen
What: Holidaily Brewing partners with the Broadway Bar for a completely gluten-free four-course beer dinner. Expect pulled pork braised in cider with a double IPA, chicken and waffles with a red ale, and an oatmeal cream sandwich with stout.
details: Tickets are $ 49.99 (+ tax); 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday January 11th
Keep the glass of Odd13 Brewery
What: Stop by the Denver Bicycle Cafe, order an Odd13 brew, and keep the pint glass. The stock is limited.
details: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.