Here is the things that are going on in the next month
Restaurant Events October 11- November 8
Beatrice and Woodsley: Denver http://www.beatriceandwoodsley.com/
We have created an evening to celebrate the enchantment of the night... Things may go "bump", things may cause fright. Rest assured that everything will be as perfect as can be made by candle light. Expect an evening of uncommon cuisine and peculiar service. Lanterns will flicker fleeting shadows of the unnatural as you dine with your friends closely entwined in the cellar that is home to our immortal wine... Menu
6:30 p.m. October 28, 2010
Intimate community seating in the wine cellar
$48 prix fixe provisions alone;
$72 prix fixe provisions and selected potations
Seating is limited; Reservations Required... 303-777-3505
Chimney Park: Windsor www.chimneypark.com CHEESE and WINE TASTING - LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Join us for this fun and educating event! We pick a region of the world, 4 wines, 4 cheeses and you come enjoy! "Head Cheese" Chef Jason Shaeffer shares his "cheesy" knowledge and the rest of the staff "whines" about wines! The cost is $25 per person; you receive a glass and start sampling! We ask that you arrive between 5:30 and 6:30 PM...there is not an "ending time". Call for more information 970-686-1477.
Ian Kleinman: www.food102.blogspot.com As the seasons are changing, our plan for the cart will continue into the winter at the Colorado Convention Center. We will be setting up for our first convention on October 18, 19, and 20th.
Kelly Liken: Vail http://www.kellyliken.com/ Extreme Dining" - A tasting Event By Reservation Only
"Taste of forbidden love" - Romantic Dinners, Celebrated wine and spirits of the past
10.04.10 - 10.09.10
"Kids Corner" Dinner and Dessert Creation Station
"Taste of forbidden love, Night Out" - Romantic Dinners, celebrated wine and spirits of the past.
For more details on any of these events visit http://www.kellyliken.com/events
Mizuna: Denver http://mizunadenver.com/ Various cooking classes
Sugar beet: Longmont http://www.sugarbeetrestaurant.com/ None listed as of 9/28
Terroir Longmont www.terroir-restaurant.com/
Thursday, October 14 at 6:30 p.m.: Hard Apple Cider Dinner - Please join us as we welcome local cider apple afficionado, Dick Dunn, of Talisman Farms and enjoy five courses of autumn themed cuisine paired with four hard apple ciders from around the world. Mr. Dunn will provide us with a tasting of the cider apples he grows at his farm in Hygiene, as well as share his wealth of knowledge on this topic. Tickets for this event are $45 per person excluding tax and gratuity. Seating is community style and is limited to 15 guests. To make a reservation, please call Melissa at 303.651.0630.
Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 p.m.: Please join us as we welcome Upslope Brewing Company of Boulder, Colorado. We will be featuring their Pale Ale and IPA, and also their soon-to-be-canned Brown Ale. Tickets for this Community Beer Social are $25 excluding tax and gratuity. To make a reservation, please call Melissa at 303.651.0630.
Sunday, October 31 at 5 p.m.: Celebrate Halloween at Terroir! Enjoy a five course Pumpkin themed wine dinner...reservations can be made by calling 303.651.0630.
November 12-20: Join us for First Bite Boulder! Enjoy three courses from a special, limited menu for $26 excluding tax and gratuity.
Cooking classes are offered at Terroir each Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until noon. Classes are taught by Executive Chef Tim Payne and are limited to four students, thereby providing a hands-on experience for all. Classes cost $65 including all supplies, lunch, and a $10 gift certificate to Terroir. For a complete listing of scheduled classes, please call Melissa at 303.651.0630
Food events/ festivals
October 19th from 5-8pm.Twisted pine Brewery is hosting Streat Chefs for a very unique beer dinner on Tuesday,October 19th from 5-8pm. Streat Chefs will be cooking up a variety of dishes using Twisted Pine Beer. They've got 18 draft beers to choose from so we should get some really interesting dishes.
About Streat Chefs:
The Streat Chefs menu is inspired by street food found across the globe, from alleyways in Bangkok to sand pits on the beaches of Mexico. What makes this kind of food special is the passion, flavor and uniqueness that can only be found on the street, where real life happens.
Streat Chefs founder, Hosea Rosenberg, winner of Top Chef Season 5 is constantly researching new food trends as well as local flavors in order to bring them to the street!
9HealthFair and EatDenver have partnered to present the second annual "A Saucey Affair" held Thursday, Oct. 21 from 6-9pm at Infinity Park Event Center in Glendale. Chefs compete for "Boss of the Sauce" in the People's and Judge's Choice award categories and offer tastings of their accompanying dishes. Participating restaurants include Black Pearl, Elway's, Encore on Colfax, Jonesy's Eat Bar, Locanda Del Borgo, Opus Restaurant, Root Down, Snooze, Steuben's Table 6, Tarbell's SouthGlenn, The Avenue Grill, The Crushery, Vesta Dipping Grill and Wynkoop Brewing Company.
Tickets are $65 and entertainment will be provided by Hazel Miller. Proceeds from the event support 9HealthFair's volunteer-run free and low-cost health screening and educational programs.
For more info, please see attached or visit www.9HealthFair.org.
We're also doing a four-course vegetarian beer dinner on Saturday October 23rd at 6:30pm at the Gindi Cafe in Boulder. Here is a look at the menu:
First Course - Spanakopita Pinwheels
Sauteed spinach and onions, layered with Phyllo dough and Feta cheese, rolled and baked until golden brown. Served with a side of yogurt and sliced cucumbers.
Paired with Billy’s Chilies, a light brew infused with a variety of peppers.
Second Course - Spring Mix Salad
Organic spring mix with shredded carrots, cucumbers, sesame seeds, and our house balsamic vinaigrette.
Paired with Hoppy Boy, an India Pale Ale balanced with a malty sweetness.
Third Course - Oven Roasted Squash
Butternut squash stuffed with orange-ginger brown rice and pine nuts, roasted until tender. Served with a side of caramelized oranges sprinkled with nutmeg.
Paired with Pearl St. Porter, a Baltic porter celebrating Boulder’s 150 years.
Dessert Course - Chocolate Duo
Chocolate Mousse - our hand rolled tart shells filled with fresh chocolate mousse.
Chocolate Truffle - a traditional chocolate truffle dusted with Ghirardelli cocoa.
Paired with Espresso Stout, a smooth stout balanced with an earthy espresso.
Wine In The Pines 2010: Event October 22nd & 23rd. Keystone Colorado
Wine In The Pines 2010: Event October 22nd & 23rd. Keystone Colorado
This year the Wine In The Pines celebrates the wine and work and wines of Francis Ford Coppola. The theme of this two day event is based on one of Coppola's most popular films Godfather. The event draws guests for coast to coast.
Click Here To Visit The Francis Ford Coppola Winery.
The event opens Friday October 22nd evening at the Keystone Ranch Restaurant with the legendary Winemaker's Dinner with a menu designed by Head Chef Jason Kassib, that is sure to be a show stopper.
On Saturday October 23rd the Keystone Conference Center will swing into action when the ballroom doors open at 6pm until nobody is left standing! The International Wine and Gourmet Food Tasting this evening will host more than 500 international wines, gourmet food from seven of Keystone's top restaurant, live music featuring; The Jerseys.
Guest are welcome to wear "Godfather attire (but leave the Tommy gun at home), black tie as always is a safe way to go.
It's advised to purchase tickets in advance to ensure your spot for this historic event.
Click Here For Ticket Information
Prices range from $100.00 to $350.00 depending on the package you prefer.
The Board of Trustees and Friends of the Colorado Music Festival & Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts cordially invite you and your friends to attend
FEAST FOR THE SENSES 2010 - FESTA ITALIANA
to benefit the Colorado Music Festival &
Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts
Saturday, October 23, 2010, 6:00 p.m.
At Laudisio Ristorante Italiano
1710 29th Street, Boulder
• Fine wines & passed hors d'oeuvres followed by a gourmet family style Festa Italiana
• Silent & Outloud auctions with wonderfully new and unusual items including unique vacations,
rare wines, luxury services, outdoor adventure activities and more • Gary Corbett, auctioneer
• Musical entertainment • Semi-formal dress
Again this year, Antonio Laudisio will delight our palates with his handcrafted food, paired with fine wines. The voices of Ashraf Sewailam and Sarah Barber will welcome guests and entertain between courses. Taking into consideration the layout of this wonderful restaurant, the auctions have been redesigned for more fun AND more elbow room!
Space is limited and we expect it to sell out quickly. Please RSVP by October 11th to receive the early registration price of $175/person - $200/person after October 11th.
Reservations can be made online at www.COmusic.org/goto/FFS or by calling the CMF office at 303.449.1397.
The Omni Interlocken Resort, Broomfield, CO
THE TASTE OF ELEGANCE" CHEF'S FOOD & WINE COMPETITION & WINE AUCTION
Thursday November 4, 2010, 6 to 9pm,
The Mile High Station, Denver, CO
Ticket Cost: $100 per person
This amazing event is limited to 400 tickets.
The "Taste of Elegance" Competition pairs Gold Medal wines from The Denver International Wine Competition, with some of America's most creative chefs. While the event is sometimes referred to as "Iron Chef meets wine", participating chefs have no secret ingredient. They are assigned two gold medal wines (white & red) one week before the competition. Chef's are provided with sample bottles to taste and develop their custom paired dishes.
On event day, the participating chefs will create custom paired dishes, served in appetizer portions. Representatives from the assigned gold medal winery will pour wine samples alongside the chef's food table.
A panel of notable food and wine critics/experts will taste each culinary creation with its assigned wine.
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