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DOWNTOWNFlame, the restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort and Spa in Vail and its executive chef Jason Harrison recently nabbed the Cochon 555 title. Now chef Harrison joins Four Seasons veteran executive chef Simon Purvis of EDGE Restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Denver for a special "Dueling Chefs" dinner. The dinner, which costs $75 per person, will take place at EDGE Restaurant on Thursday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. Call 303.389.3050 for reservations. [Eaterwire]

CAPITOL HILL— Calling all AcidHounds: on June 1 from 12 to 3 p.m., Bones will host the Summer of Riesling. Guests will sample 20 Rieslings on the Bones patio and be the first to experience the new summer menu. Tickets are $50, which includes wine and heavy appetizers. Call 303.860.2929 to reserve tickets. Space is limited. [Eaterwire]

UPTOWN— Chef Brandon Biederman and his team at Ace rolled out a new spring menu, featuring 15 new or revised dishes. There are a few lighter, warm-weather friendly options, including the seasoned tofu bao with a vegetable slaw, seared tuna salad with a yuzu vinaigrette, and the Vietnamese noodle bowl. Pair those with a fresh made Carrot, Apple, Ginger juice, house-made Bitter Lemon Soda, or the unexpected springtime cocktail hit, The Drunken Sailor, made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Noval Black Port, oolong syrup, lemon, and Angostura Bitters, and you have a great warm-weather meal. [Eaterwire]

NORTHWEST —There aren't many amusement parks featuring local craft beer, but Elitch Gardens is one of them. The park partnered up with Wynkoop Brewing Company and two custom beers -- the Elitch Gardens Orchard Wheat and Elitch Gardens Fire Roasted Amber -- are back on tap at the famed Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park in Denver. The custom Wynkoop beers are being served in a number of locations at the park, including the Blue Moon Beer Garden, J.M. Mulvihill's Bar & Grill, Rustler's Food Court, Draught Works, Fresh Cut Fries and Island Breeze. [Eaterwire]

FORT COLLINSNew Belgium Brewing, maker of Fat Tire Amber Ale and a wide variety of award-winning beers, announced it became a Certified B Corporation. The designation is reserved for companies that are committed to meeting high standards of social and environmental performance and accountability. Just months ago, New Belgium transitioned to a 100 percent employee-owned model. [Eaterwire]

· Chef Mark Fischer Opens Town in Carbondale [EDen]
· Spuntino Closed for a Remodel, Reopening May 18 [EDen]

EDGE Restaurant & Bar

1111 14th Street, , CO 80202 (303) 389-3050 Visit Website

Wynkoop Brewing Co.

1634 18th Street, Denver, CO 80202 303 297 2700 Visit Website

Bones

701 Grant Street, , CO 80203 (303) 860-2929 Visit Website

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