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New Eats and Drinks in Denver!

We’re not even three months into 2018 yet, and already there are plenty of new restaurants and bars adding to Denver’s thriving culinary scene. Need a new date spot that goes beyond your regular fare? Looking for a great location for a birthday dinner or work event? Try one of the new places featured below—before everyone else in the city catches on.



3258 Larimer St. –

You’ll come for the awesome patio and stay for the delicious Southern-inspired food. Located right off of Larimer Street in bustling RiNo, it’s easy to see why Julep’s popular. Owners (and husband and wife) Kyle and Katy Foster offer a full lunch and dinner menu inspired by their childhoods in the South. There’s also a full bar, because nothing tops off the Juniper & Rosemary Rubbed Lamb like an Old Fashioned.


Zephyr Brewing Company

1609 E 58th Ave. Unit G –

Open only four days of the week, Zephyr is proving to be one of the most exclusive places to drink in Denver—with none of the attitude. As laid-back as they are knowledgeable, the staff at Zephyr are truly beer connoisseurs. Their new location in North Denver is sure to be just as big of a hit as the previous one in RiNo. The taproom has foosball and other games, the perfect accompaniment for the Blood Orange Pale Ale or Kiltin’ Me Softly Scottish Ale.


Zeppelin Station

3501 Wazee St. –

Where else can you find bibimbap, indian street food, poke, and homemade gelato all under one roof? That would be at Zeppelin Station, a brand-new food hall right off the light rail station at 38th & Blake, that serves up these and many other cuisines. Also home to live music and two bars, there’s something for everyone here. Don’t miss a banh mi sandwich at Vinh Xuong Bakery with the Voodoo donut gelato sandwich at Gelato Boy for dessert.


Haykin Family Cider

12001 E 33rd Ave. Unit D –

Serving up sweet bubbles made from Colorado apples, Haykin Family Cider is a treat for locals and visitors alike. All of their ciders are made small-batch and are free of additives and processed sugars. Haykin is open only on Thursday and Saturday evenings, so get there early! Be sure to try the Winter Banana or Rome Beauty, and stay for a chat with co-owners Daniel and Talia Haykin.


The Way Back

3963 Tennyson St. –

Recently relocated to lively Tennyson Street in the Berkeley area, The Way Back is back in business—good news for the devoted followers who have been eagerly anticipating its reopening. The eclectic American menu changes weekly and focuses on sustainably sourced local ingredients. For something different, check out the Squid Ink Fettucine or Charred Bison Heart, and end the evening on the patio with a Elyx Moscow Mule.




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The Ultimate Effortless Resort Guide

The weather’s starting to warm up, but there’s still plenty of time for a magnificent mountain getaway. We’ve gathered up the top events and restaurants in some of the best winter resorts in the country. Whether you’re looking for great nightlife after a day on the slopes or a tranquil retreat away from the noise of the city, your stay in one of our favorite mountain houses is certain to be unforgettable.



March in Breck means the annual Spring Fever Festival, full of live music, ski competitions, beer, and the famous Breck Plunge—the perfect way to end the season. Breckenridge is known for having some of the best runs in Colorado, spread over five peaks and connected by the highest chairlift in the country. Year-round, the cozy mountain town offers a thriving arts scene and great food, with delicious spots like Relish and Briar Rose Chophouse & Saloon.

Luxe Home in the Heart of Downtown

Guests: 13
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4


Copper Mountain Getaway

Guests: 20
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4.5


Stunning Home on Main Street

Guests: 12
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5


Gorgeous Mountain Getaway

Guests: 10
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3




Vail hosts almost two million visitors each year, and after a few hours here, you’ll see why. With incredible powder, a renowned Ski School for both kids and adults, and upscale Vail Village bursting with shops and restaurants, it’s no wonder that Vail tops the resort list. Check out the Jazz Winter Series through April and dine at Bistro Fourteen or Game Creek for a tasty dinner with a side of stunning mountain views.

Modern Vail Home

Guests: 12
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4


Vail Racquet Club Getaway

Guests: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Beaver Creek

Where else can you expect free freshly-baked cookies handed out at 3:00 every afternoon? Cookie Time and is just one of the traditions that make Beaver Creek one of the friendliest resorts in Colorado, an ideal destination for families. And its flawless corduroy brings skiers and snowboarders back year after year. For the unique flavor of Beaver Creek, visit Allie’s Cabin or Black Diamond Bistro.

Ski-In, Ski-Out Condo

Guests: 8
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Luxury Condo- Walk to Gondola!

Guests: 7
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2




With quick access to Aspen, Sunlight Mountain, and Spring Gulch, Carbondale’s location offers skiers and snowboarders plenty of options. Carbondale is also known for its rafting and kayaking, featuring swirling rapids and natural hot springs along the majestic Colorado River. After your outdoor adventure, grab a bite at Newell House or Quatro’s Deep Pan Pizza.

Mountain Chalet with Views of Sopris

Guests: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Lake Tahoe

It’s impossible to be bored in Tahoe—summertime swimming and hiking leads to amazing skiing in the winter for year-round entertainment. Lake Tahoe is also home to the Spring Loaded Festival, packed with live music, happy hour specials, and snow races. For the best food on the Lake, stop in to Café Fiore or Base Camp Pizza Co.

Brand New Tahoe Donner Home in Truckee

Guests: 16
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 6


Indian Hills

Close to Mt. Falcon, Mt. Lindo, Lone Peak, and Bear Mountain, Indian Hills is the premier destination for your peaceful mountain vacation. Keep an eye out for deer, bears, and elk on your trip, and don’t miss a walk through Mirada Fine Art Gallery or a bite at Twin Forks Tavern in neighboring Morrison.

Indian Hills Estate with Panoramic Views

Guests: 24
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 9


Entertainment Events

Denver Concert Calendar—March ’18

There’s so much going on in the Mile High City, it can be difficult to narrow down your options. So we’ve done it for you! Whatever you’re seeking for your next outing, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of March.


Mar. 1: Mura Masa – Ogden Theatre

Mar. 3: Betty Who – The Gothic Theatre

Mar. 3: Mat Kearney – Fillmore Auditorium

Mar. 5: Lorde – Pepsi Center

Mar. 6: Awolnation – Fillmore Auditorium

Mar. 6: G-Eazy – 1stBank Center

Mar. 8: Justin Moore – 1stBank Center

Mar. 9: Phillip Phillips – Ogden Theatre

Mar. 10: Datsik – 1stBank Center

Mar. 10: Red Rocks Local Set – Red Rocks

Mar. 10: The Expendables – Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom

Mar. 14: Bon Jovi – Pepsi Center

Mar. 14: Wyclef Jean – Summit Music Hall

Mar. 16: Anderson East – The Gothic Theatre

Mar. 17: COIN – The Gothic Theatre

Mar. 18: Lil Skies – The Gothic Theatre

Mar. 23: John Denver: A Rocky Mountain High Concert Celebration – Boettcher Concert Hall

Mar. 23: Lane 8 – Ogden Theatre

Mar. 24: Andy Grammer – The Gothic Theatre

Mar. 27: Romeo Santos – Pepsi Center

Mar. 28: A$AP Ferg – Ogden Theatre

Mar. 28: Marc E. Bassy – The Bluebird Theater

Mar. 29: Matt and Kim – Ogden Theatre

Mar. 31: Klingande – The Gothic Theatre

Entertainment Events

Denver Culture Calendar—March ’18

There’s so much going on in the Mile High City, it can be difficult to narrow down your options. So we’ve done it for you! Whatever you’re seeking for your next outing, Denver has it. Scroll through the gallery below to get a taste of March.



Mar. 1-3: Brian Posehn – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Mar. 3: Trevor Noah – Bellco Theatre

Mar. 8-10: Big Jay Oakerson – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Mar. 8-10: Ian Bagg – Comedy Works (South)

Mar. 9: Jim Jefferies – Bellco Theatre

Mar. 14-17: Drew Michael – Comedy Works (South)

Mar. 15-17: Corinne Fisher & Krystyna Hutchinson – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Mar. 22-24: Bobby Slayton – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Mar. 29-31: Rory Albanese – Comedy Works (Downtown)

Mar. 30-31: Bob Saget – Comedy Works (South)



Mar. 1-17: The Book Handlers – Buntport Theater

Mar. 1-Apr. 1: Hamilton – Buell Theatre

Mar. 2-May 3: All My Sons – Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities

Mar. 8-24: The River Bride – Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center

Mar. 11: Carnival of the Animals – Boettcher Concert Hall

Mar. 20: The Magic of Adam Trent – Ellie Caulkins Opera House

Mar. 22 & 24: Star Wars: A New Hope (with the Colorado Symphony) – 1stBank Center

Mar. 22-Apr. 15: This Is Modern Art – Jones Theatre

Mar. 23 & 31: The Buddha’s Wife – Johnson-McFarlane Hall

Museum Exhibits

Mar. 1-Apr. 1: Linking Asia: Art, Trade, and Devotion – Denver Art Museum

Mar. 1-June 10: Creatures of Light – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Mar. 1-Oct. 28: Ganesha: The Playful Protector – Denver Art Museum

Mar. 1-Dec. 31: America’s Musical Journey – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Mar. 1-Dec. 31: Stampede: Animals in Art – Denver Art Museum

Mar. 10: Move Closer: Looking at Chinese Painting – Denver Art Museum

Mar. 23-24: Annual Denver March Powwow – Historic Denver Coliseum