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The Denver Milk Market in the Dairy Block

July 1st, 2018

It’s my first look at Milk Market, a huge food hall with seating for 350 or more.  I can hear the alluring buzz even before the modernized liquor-friendly school yard comes into view. It’s a weeknight around 7pm and the place has a good buzz.  I am alone, without a friend, and it’s a bit like a school yard without a friend…but I quickly become enamored with the attractive and stimulating sights and tastes. What is the Denver Milk Market? The Denver Milk Market is a food hall by Denver Chef Frank Bonnano featuring 16 restaurants and bars.  It is part of the Dairy Block…a micro-district... Read More

Sober Sally

September 17th, 2016

Last night I went out to the bars sober. It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but have you ever actually been around drunk people for hours on end while being stone cold sober? It’s a lot harder than it sounds. A couple days ago I decided it would be a good idea to go on a ten day cleanse. I am currently on my 7th day. Up to day 4 it was a struggle, but now that I’ve broken through the wall, these next three days are going to be a breeze. I went out with two of my best friends on Thursday night thinking that it would be totally fine if I wasn’t drunk because I’ve been sober around them... Read More

Boulder Bars: Where to Go & What to Get

July 31st, 2016

The bars in this city are about as diverse as the people that live here, so you have plenty of options when launching into a night out. Aside from well drinks and beers on tap at the usual places, here are a few of the main stops down along Pearl Street that you should be sure to hit: Where: Bohemian Biergarten What to get: the Boot It’s two liters of any beer on tap served in a huge glass shaped like a boot. What could be better? Swing by for a boot on Tuesdays and they’re only $8, or come by on Wednesdays to fuel up before karaoke. The Czech-style bar is authentic, rowdy, and full of men... Read More

New Denver Hangout: Black Eye Coffee  

November 4th, 2015

The floor level of a new residential complex, on a relatively quiet corner in Denver, is an atypical spot for a stylish specialty café. The unassuming location is just one part of the overall big charm at Black Eye Coffee’s second outpost, which opened last month in Cap Hill (the original one is located in LoHi). Situated below Moto Apartments on Sherman and 8th Ave., the ultra cool, dark-but-welcoming, and art-deco inspired coffee shop/ bar features delicious drinks, a variety of eats, and solid service from 6 in the morning till 2am. With its surprising menu selection, gorgeously sleek design,... Read More

Weekday Specials and Events at Your Favorite Bars in Boulder

October 24th, 2014

Weekend, smeekend, you should treat yourself everyday of the week! Here are some weekday specials and events at your favorite bars in Boulder. Monday Brighten up your Monday with a trip to Press Play for Panic Hour. For one random hour, Press Play will be giving out free drinks AND free skee ball all for the sake of making the beginning of the week a little easier. If you’re looking for some good ol’ fashion fun, head over to The Walrus Saloon for their Weekly Rock and Roll Bingo starting at 10:30 p.m. Maybe you’re looking for some enigma in your life, and if so, the Sundown Saloon is the... Read More

Valentine’s Day in Boulder

February 12th, 2014

              Love is in the air here in Boulder, as Valentine’s Day swiftly approaches. Now is the time when Boulderites quit burning their incense, and start lighting their scented candles.  Flowers, wine, chocolates, and (hopefully) condoms are flying off the shelves as the whole city begins to celebrate the international day of love. Some will be doting on their significant others with lavish gifts and romantic gestures, while others will be in a mad dash to rustle up a new significant other before the buzzer. (Really, how significant do they have to be?... Read More

Boulder Gets Set for the Super Bowl

February 1st, 2014

After a bye week that’s felt more like a bye month, the big game is now only a day away. Waiting for this game has been like waiting for Christmas all over again, only this time instead of watching our relatives stuff themselves with food, we’ll get to watch burly men tackle the stuffing out of each other. Here in Boulder, the energy and excitement is palpable; orange and blue flags have been unfurled in homes and storefronts all over town, folks are proudly sporting their Broncos jerseys (under their winter coats, of course) and talk of Sunday’s game can be heard everywhere. Even Governor... Read More