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EVENT DATE:
April 13, 2011

Join us in celebrating the installation of the EatGreenerDenver bike racks around the city.  The bike racks are a great way to showcase the restaurants that have put so much effort into reducing their environmental impact in the past year.  We will be doing a small bike tour of 5 member restaurants on April 13, starting at 3pm at Snooze Ballpark, 2262 larimer Street.  A tentative schedule of each stop is so you can join us wherever you can along the way as we enjoy local food and drinks at each Greener location!

4:00 Stoney’s Bar and Grill, 1111 Lincoln Street
5:00 Steuben’s, 523 East 17th Avenue
6:00 Avenue Grill, 630 East 17th Avenue
7:00 Olivéa, 719 E 17th Avenue

Please contact info@eatdenver.com with any questions about the event or the EatGreenerDenver organization.

Hello fellow pancake enthusiasts,

As you’re well aware, International Pancake Day is on March 8th (always taking place on another coveted holiday, Fat Tuesday)!  By now you’ve dusted off your pancake suit,  hung blueberry lights wall to wall and are ready to make the big day plans.  Snooze is here to help.

On March 8th, Snooze once again hosts International Pancake Day.  All day (6:30a til 2:30p) and at every Snooze, arrive and feel the magic as you receive a list of over one dozen pancakes opportunities.  Take that compilation and let the world be your pancake.  Choose one, choose 30, each crafted in a flight size portion to further your taste buds search for Nirvana.  Pineapple Upside Down, Elvis, Peppermint Patties, sweet, savory, avant garde… enlightenment?

And as they say, every time a pancakes enjoyed, a garden gets its seed.  Know that with every pancake you feast upon, proceeds for the day go towards building, expanding and supporting Denver Urban Gardens and Harvest Farms in Ft Collins.

As you’ve always believed, eating pancakes can make a difference!  We, the pancake pushers, eagerly await this day and look forward, as always, to serving you.

Cheers,

Your friends at Snooze

Chef Chuck James, using the freshest organic ingredients available, rings in the new year with the distinctive flavors of the season.

Denver, Colorado December 08, 2010 — 1515 is delighted to present a special menu for New Year’s Eve.

Chef Chuck James created the three-course meal before 7pm and the four-course meal after 7pm to ring in the New Year with the distinctive flavors of the season. The three course tasting meal includes an Amuse-Bouche of Seared Albacore Tuna with Ponzu Gelée, Wakame, and Micro Shiso.  The first course includes a choice of Winter Field Greens, our (Good Luck) Lentil Soup with Brioche, Roasted Foie Gras or London Fog Duck, followed with a choice of entrees of Wagyu Steak or Chilean Sea Bass.  The dessert choices will be Tomato Sorbet or Chocolate Mousse.

For the four-course meal Chef James features Seared Scallop with Bacon Foam or London Fog Duck  or Beef Carpaccio for the first course followed by Winter Field Greens  (Frisée, Mache, Charged Champagne Vinaigrette, Pine Nuts, Brie Powder, 18 Year Balsamic Pipette, Grape Gelée) or Lentil Soup.  Top off the evening Chef James will be serving choice of Chilean Sea Bass with Red Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Grilled Corn, Popcorn Sauce or Wagyu Steak with Roasted Gold Potatoes, Braised Chicory, Huitlacoche Sauce.  For desert enjoy Liquid Nitrogen Tomato Sorbet (Olive Oil Powder and Toast, Micro Basil) or Chocolate Mousse (Caramelized Bananas, Liquid Nitrogen Mascarpone Ice Cream, and Graham Cracker Dust). Ring in the New Year with the music with our DJ.  Reservations are required.

Chef James says “I am looking forward to preparing this meal as a celebration of the season and to start off another great year here at 1515.”

As always, Chuck will bring his impeccable training and creativity and experience as a James Beard House invitee to the restaurant, which serves fine eclectic American cuisine in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood.

Restaurant owner Gene Tang adds “Please join us for this unforgettable holiday meal!”

About 1515 Restaurant:
1515 Restaurant features eclectic American cuisine, an extensive wine list, and extraordinary service in a relaxed atmosphere, bringing you the very best of sophisticated dining in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood. We have won Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence for the past ten years. Complimentary parking is always available for dinner guests at 16th Market Square.

Contact:
Gene Tang, owner
1515 Restaurant
1515 Market Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
(303) 571-0011

Whatever the reason, if you don’t want to cook for Thanksgiving or can’t cook for Thanksgiving – we’ve got you covered.

The following restaurants are open for Thanksgiving!

The Fort

It’s Thanksgiving Time, so let us do the cookin’! This is Holly from The Fort restaurant inviting you for dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Gates open at 11am, and I suggest you make your reservations NOW , as this is one of The Fort’s most popular holidays! We’re servin’ a traditional turkey dinner with all the fixins, including  roasted shallot mashed potatoes, maple roasted yams, sausage and apple stuffing, giblet gravy, cranberry relish and Indian Hills Brandied pumpkin pie. If you prefer a juicy beef or buffalo steak or grilled quail or salmon, we also are serving a limited version of our menu. The Fort also has a special menu for your little trappers and traders, so bring the family to The Fort! Located in Red Rocks country. Call 303-697-4771 to book your table or go online to thefort.com to reserve your table today! Huzzah!

Parallel 17 is open from 12-8PM.

El Diablo and Sketch. Open on thanksgiving eve: El Diablo (our “get lit” party, where we light up all of the Christmas lights), Sketch, Rockbar (La Rumba closed).

1515 Restaurant invites you and your family to gather around our Thanksgiving table for a traditional turkey dinner on November 25, 2010. Chef Chuck James will be preparing a festive menu filled with traditional favorites as well as some new surprises.

Click for more information on 1515’s Thanksgiving menu.

Reserve your table now in our casual yet elegant second floor dining room.  Reservations can be made by calling 303-571-0011 or e-mailing our restaurant at events@1515restaurant.com.

Dinner will be served from 11am to 6pm at 1515 Market Street in Lodo.

Opus Restaurant is serving the meal between 2-7pm and cost is $45 per person for three courses and $22 per child for 2 courses.  Visit the Opus website to view their Thanksgiving menu.

The Corner Office will be open. Details below:

Second Home will be offering:

FAMILY STYLE DINING – 11am-6pm

Deviled eggs, smoked paprika caviar
Waldorf salad, Granny Smith apples, toasted walnuts, dried cranberries
Ambrosia salad, whipped cream, mandarin oranges, maraschino cherries, mini marshmellows
Marinated olives, cinnamon, anise, and lemon
Roasted Porchetta with pork jus
Roasted pork loin, pork belly, lemon, garlic, and rosemary
Roasted Turkey with Pan gravy
Pepper crusted roast beef,horseradish sauce, au jus
Green beans, cream of mushroom, and crispy onion strings
Sweet potato casserole, pecan streusel
Parmesan risotto, white wine, parmigiano reggiano
Classic stuffing, cornbread,dried fruit
House made cranberry sauce
Pumpkin pie, cinnamon chantilly
Pecan pie, warm Stranahan’s whiskey caramel

THANKSGIVING TO GO – Orders must be received by Monday, 11/22 by 5pm. 303.253.3000

Visit the EatDenver website for more information on the local restaurants serving you for Thanksgiving.

Are you looking for a place to hang out and work on your laptop? Would you like to have a meal while you surf? Sometimes you just need to change the scenery!  Here’s a  list of EatDenver restaurants that offer free Wi-Fi in their restaurants. Keep in mind that not all of these places are the right atmosphere to break out your laptop and file folders, but if you need to connect with your smart phone or iPad – these places have taken the measures to allow you to connect.

Dixon’s

Racine’s

Second Home

Snooze

Table 6

Mizuna

Parallel 17

Wynkoop Brewery

The Crushery

The Lobby

1515 Restaurant

Jonesy’s Eat Bar

Vesta Dipping Grill

Steuben’s

Duo

Olivea

Please join us for the Annual HOPE BALL benefiting the Cunningham Foundation on
Saturday, June 5, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.
at the Denver Design Center
595 South Broadway
Denver, Colorado

6:00 p.m. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres with silent auction
7:30 p.m. A five course meal prepared by a lovely blend of caring restaurants:
240 Union, d Bar Desserts, Jing, Steubens, Strings, and Vesta Dripping Grill
for an evening of culinary greatness.

Auction items: Judith Ripka Jewelry, Solutionz Salon, Concert & Event Tickets, Chrysalis Alchemy, A Cook & A Chef, Colorado Ballet, and Accommodations Vail & Beaver Creek.

Auction Artwork by: Laurie Maves, Marcella Nordbeck, Naomi Haverland, Jennifer Mosquera, Brianna Martray, Nemo, Audrey McNamara, Mala Wolfe, Eric Matelski, DUNN, and Pamela Mougin

Dinner, Dancing, Live Music from LA Jazz & Acoustic Entertainers
Brenna Whitaker with Band and Max Dean.

Experience an evening of authentic Ethiopian culture.

DRESS: SILVER TIE
(Cocktail Attire)

Emcees:
Stacey Donaldson, Meteorologist
Murphy Huston, KOSI 101

Visit us online to purchase tickets

Ladies ~ join us earlier in the day to let the real glamour begin with professional make-up and hair salon artisans where a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Cunningham Foundation. Please call Tiffany McCray at 720-447-621.

The Cunningham Foundation was founded in 2003 with the mission of helping the courageous people of the impoverished areas of Ethiopia to help themselves. The Foundation is the vision of Noel and Tammy Cunningham, who were struck by both the poverty and amazing resilience they witnessed in a visit to Project Mercy in Yetebon, Ethiopia over ten years ago.

This post is designed to help you when it comes time to deciding on a place to eat out that is kid friendly. Take a look at all of the options and let us know if you have any favorites!

Kid Friendly Restaurants:

Steuben’s (cool kids meals served on kid friendly trays, toys for toddlers, milk flights, crayons. You can see the menu here.)

Duo and Olivéa (kids menus, changing tables,  and coloring packets/games)

Steve’s Snappin Dogs (the  place where kids love to come and bring thier parents. Kids can go to our kids page and browse and play games and download pictures to color. When they bring in their picture or puzzle they get a prize. We also have a very affordable kids menu, kids can drop ketchup on the floor and also get thier picture on the wall. We also make balloon animals and have kid birthday parties. Join the birthday club, here.)

Snooze (kids portions, chairs, coloring mats, chalk art for the sidewalks)

The Fort’s (special coloring menu, and fun thing to see on the grounds such as a teepee in the courtyard)

The Crushery

Locanda Del Borgo

Racine’s and Dixon’s (kids Menu and crayons, good seating for families. Check out Racine’s kid’s menu here and Dixon’s here.)

Jonesy’s Eat bar

Great Northern (Crayons and coloring pages. Very kid friendly food such as mini hamburgers, spaghettio’s, ice cream floats, and individual Oreo cookie packets with each kids meal. Check out their kid’s menu here)

Elway’s Cherry Creek

Mizuna

Avenue Grill (Check out the kids menu here)

Sketch / Tambien

The Lobby

Vesta Dipping Grill (3-course fun treat for any kids that come in . The first course is choice of apples and yogurt, edamame or carrots and ranch. Second choice is an entree selection, and then 3rd course is ice cream sandwich with hot fudge. toys, crayons and all that good stuff )

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