Opened in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood on the fifth floor, El Five is the fifth restaurant from Edible Beats featuring ‘tapas de Gibraltar’ with food from Greece to Israel to Lebanon.
FishSki Provisions out of Boulder provides non-GMO mac and cheese with real cheese and Hatch Chile in a portable, easy to pack into the backcountry packaging.
Putting the LOW in LoHi, Steamboat’s infamous LOW Country Kitchen brings Southern food and hospitality to Denver with their February opening. Go now for their fried chicken.
The Art of Cheese in Longmont, CO owned by award-winning cheesemaking and dairy goat farmer, Kate Johnson, hosts cheesemaking classes and also has launched a series of online cheesemaking courses so you can participate in cheesemaking wherever your kitchen may be! Giveaway included in post.
Blume Honey Water, a hydrating artisanal water crafted with bee-friendly honey and natural flavors, launches in Colorado.
Wild Standard hits their stride two years in with a concept update and a deep focus on sustainable fish.