Eater Denver’s Events Roundup provides a curated weekly overview of the area’s most interesting and interesting local food and drink festivals, classes, workshops, dinners, and more.
Each week, Eater Denver editors scour tips, emails, and lists to bring you top food-related events. Bar food or drink, or the involvement of an exceptional chef or restaurant.
The focus is on events happening in the next few days, as well as more distant matters that you might want to reserve or buy tickets for stat (before they sell out). Food and drinks are listed in chronological order.
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When: Friday September 20th to Sunday September 22nd and Friday September 27th to Sunday September 29th
Where: 2100 block of Larimer Street
What: One of the most popular Oktoberfest parties in the country offers beer mugs, keg bowling, polka, Bavarian brunch and lots of beer and bratwurst.
additional information: Admission to the event is free, but various ticket options are available that allow you to reserve food and beer, mugs, and VIP experiences. Check out these ticket options here.
When: Saturday 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: 2100 block of Larimer Street
What: This challenge crowns the champion who can eat the most brats in five minutes.
Additional information: The competition is free to watch.
When: 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, September 21
Where: Bierstadt warehouse
What: RiNo breweries and wineries gather to present their autumn favorites at the annual festival of German beers and food.
additional information: Each $ 20 ticket contains a half-liter mug and a full liter of beer.
When: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 21
Where: The Ranch Events Complex, Loveland
What: The cutest chocolate experience near the Rocky Mountains, the Chocolate Festival is the perfect family-friendly outing for the chocolate lover. Guests can explore the festival at their own pace with tasting tickets or purchase VIP tickets to skip the line and head straight to pampering.
additional information: Entry is $ 10, including 12 tasting tickets, and children under 12 are free; VIP tickets start at $ 50.
When: 4 pm-10pm Saturday
Where: Dos Luces Brewery
What: Dos Luces celebrates the independence days of Brazil, Mexico, Chile and other Latin and South American nations in September with a culinary pop-up in the evening with “Mexican” food by local cook Raquela “Rocky” Serber, which mixes Mexican traditions on the peninsula Yucatan with Israeli and Middle Eastern cuisine. The brewery will also be releasing their new Moctezuma III with Prickly Pear beer.
More information: Free participation; Visit the Dos Luces website.
Vegan autumn dinner in autumn
When: 6 p.m. Monday, September 23
Where: St. Julien Hotel & Spa in Boulder
What: St. Julien celebrates the fall equinox with a vegan harvest dinner with menu items that highlight vegetables and herbs grown on hotel grounds. From 6 p.m., guests can enjoy a cocktail reception in the St. Julien Garden while they get an insider’s view of the garden. This is followed by an intimate, fixed-price dinner on the spa terrace while the sun sets behind Boulder’s iconic Flatirons.
More information: Tickets are $ 49.99; Call 720-406-7399 for reservations.
When: Thursday, September 26th
Where: Beast + bottle
What: The restaurant’s popular musical dinner-dinner series is back with an ode to Sir Elton John. Four courses will highlight the musician’s legacy, including the “Rocket Man” spaghetti and the “Mona Lisa and Mad Hatters” rose water semolina cake.
Additional information: Reservations start at $ 50 per person with the option of additional wine pairings for $ 30 more. Call the restaurant to make a reservation.
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