Friday, March 6
Doomtree Listening Party @ Declaration Brewing
Declaration Brewing, 2030 S. Cherokee St.
The folks over at Declaration Brewing in Overland (Denver) love Doomtree, a rap and hip hop group that will be performing tonight at the Gothic Theatre. They love them so much that they are throwing a pre-show listening party in their taproom for it (it also helps that the Gothic is approximately 1.9 miles away from Declaration).
First Friday Dayglo Machismo Art Show w/TRVE’s own Reed Wolf
TRVE Brewing, 227 Broadway #101
TRVE’s very own Reed Wolf will be showing a collection of prints for their first ever art show from a staffer. Come drink with the Wolf and get some killer pieces of art from one of the best dudes in the local music scene! A collection of screen prints, woodcuts, and more from Reed. All sold for $40 and less. All proceeds go to his lawyer and the District Attorney of Denver.
The Wilds @ Black Shirt
Black Shirt Brewing Co, 3719 Walnut St.
Join the party at Black Shirt for this First Friday’s pop-up art show featuring works from Daniel Luke Holton, Melanie Steinway, Daniel Evan Garza and Brandon Finamore. There will be live music from Nick Hinckley and Gritz Gaskan. Fun starts at 7 p.m.!
Saturday, March 7
Large Formate “PDC” Dinner
Colt & Grey, 1553 Platte St. #120
From 7-10 p.m., Executive Chef Nelson Perkins of Colt & Gray will host an epic four-course dinner paired with the wines of Antica Napa Valley. The culinary experience begins with a welcome reception of reserve Prosciutto di Parma followed by a seated dinner of family-farm raised, antibiotic-free, Creekstone Farms Duroc Pork side-by-side with Creekstone Farm Black Angus Beef. The ticket price includes all courses, wine pairings, gratuities and tax.
Sunday, March 8
COCHON555 Tour: 5 Chefs, 5 Pigs, 5 Winemakers
The Ritz-Carlton, 1881 Curtis St.
Cochon 555 is the country’s most talked about culinary competition. Together with notable winemakers, brewers, distillers, and craft food makers, Cochon 555 delivers the most authentic culinary experience filled with hyper-local chefs cooking locally raised heritage pigs. The kickoff event features five chefs cooking five pigs in a friendly competition for a cause. This year’s competing chefs include Kelly Whitaker of Basta, Matt Vawter of Mercantile Dining & Provision, John Little of Harman’s Eat & Drink, Christopher Thompson of The Nickel and Rich Byers of the Corner Office. The five chefs, champions to whole hog utilization, will prepare a maximum of six dishes with hopes to win votes from a crowd of hungry gourmands and celebrated judges. Get your tickets now!
March Bluegrass Brunch
Station 26, 7045 E. 38th Ave.
It doesn’t look like it’s going to be snowing this weekend, so get out to Station 26 this Sunday for some Bluegrass Brunch! Burn It Blue will be performing and Glazed & Confused and Rolling Smoke will be providing the brunch! It all starts at 11 a.m.!
Dreaming of Spring!
Denver Bicycle Cafe, 1308 E. 17th Ave.
The folks from Fort Collins Brewery will be offering up pints of their Hefeweizen and the DBC folks will get you a coupon for a bike tune up for just $33!
- March 13 – Steak and Spirits (Tickets)
- March 12 – Around the World in 180 Minutes @ Tivoli (Tickets)
- March 14 – The Slow Sessions (Tickets)
- March 18 – Epic Beer Dinner @ Lucky Pie Louisville (Reservation Info)
- March 21 – Collaboration Fest 2015 (Tickets)
- March 21 – River North FarmHouse Release (Info)
- March 26 – New Kids on the Block (Tickets)
- March 28 – Hops + Handrails (Tickets)
- April 11 – Cottonwood Institute’s Annual Base Camp Bash (Info)
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