LOHI - Chef Richard Sandoval of La Biblioteca, Tamayo and Zengo will release his new cookbook, New Latin Flavors, this month, with a party on November 18 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sandoval will be present at the party to meet and discuss recipes with guests. The $75 price of admission includes a signed copy of the cookbook, drinks and unlimited appetizers, and a $25 gift card to visit one of Sandoval's prized restaurants. For more information, call La Biblioteca at 720.904.0965.
BOULDER - OAK at Fourteenth will collaborate with Avery Brewing to feature a 6-course beer dinner paired with beers from the cellar of Adam Avery himself. The dinner, featuring grilled swordfish and smoked shortrib, will take place on November 19, with Beer Hour at 6 p.m. followed by the dinner at 6:30. The $95 per-person tickets include tax and gratuity and can be purchased by calling OAK at 303.444.3622 or stopping in to 1400 Pearl Street.
HIGHLAND - Chef Daniel Asher has created a thoughtful four-course paleo menu which will be featured at Root Down on November 19. The dinner, including bison NY strip, will be featured all night, with reservations costing $65 per person and beginning at 6 p.m. An optional $20 drink pairing can be purchased for each diner, if desired. To make your reservation, call Root Down at 303.993.4200.
DOWNTOWN - As seasons change, so too do cocktail menus around the city. EDGE Restaurant is no exception to this change, bringing on three new cocktails as a tribute to a twist on old classics. The most notable example of this is the Autumn Mule, made with Grey Goose Le Melon vodka, Fever Tree ginger beer, St. Germain elderflower liqueur and a hint of cantaloupe. For more information, call EDGE at 303.389.3343.