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Cima Gets New Chef, ChoLon Celebrates 2nd Anniversary

BOULDERCured, the food lover's paradise cheese and specialty store in Boulder, will be hosting a beer and cheese event on Sunday, September 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. Limited to 20 individuals, this event will include a tour of Crystal Springs Brewing and an educational tasting and Q &A with the brewer, Tom, who will guide the guests through his full line of beers. Carefully paired cheeses from Cured will complement the brews. The cost is $45 per person.

LODOChoLon will celebrate its 2nd anniversary on Wednesday, September 26 with a special four-course dinner giving party attendees a taste of the restaurant's fall menu. The dinner starts at 7 p.m. and costs $70 per person or $98 paired with wine. Reservations are recommended. [EaterWire]

AVONRichard Sandoval's mountain venture Cima, a contemporary Latin restaurant, announced that that Joel Harrington is now serving as its Executive Chef. Chef Harrington created a bold new menu that embodies Chef Sandoval's "Old Ways, New Hands" philosophy, says the Sandoval team. [EaterWire]

DENVEROktoberfest is upon us. The annual LoDo popular celebration will take place on September 21-23 and September 28-30 right at 20th and Larimer in Denver. Expect great food, beer and music, as well as a variety of competitions. Tickets are not necessary as this is a free event. [EDen]

BOULDERThe Kitchen [Upstairs] is introducing a monthly "Community Chef Night." The first one will take place this Sunday, September 16th from 4:30 to close. For one night only, Pizzeria Basta Chef & Owner Kelly Whitaker will share a selection of his menu favorites w/ Wine, Beer and Cocktail recommendations from The Kitchen [Upstairs]. No reservations required. [EaterWire]

BOULDER—On October 10, OAK at Fourteenth will host its second annual pork and beer dinner, with a 4 course tasting menu that features Berkshire Pork and Golden Road Brewing beers! $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations required. [EaterWire]

FILM WIRE—For a week, starting on Friday September 21, Landmark Theaters will be showing Step Up to the Plate, a food-centric film by Paul Lacoste. The film is a documentary about tradition, creativity, and chef Michel Bras handing over the reigns of Bras, the three Michelin star restaurant (one of only 106 in the world) in the Laguiole, France to his son, Sebastien. [EaterWire]

OAK at Fourteenth [Photo: Adam Larkey]

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1400 Pearl Street, , CO 80302 (303) 444-3622 Visit Website

ChoLon

1555 Blake Street, , CO 80202 (303) 353-5223 Visit Website

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