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BOULDER - On Tuesday nights, Cafe Aion is offering specials on drinks and tapas all night long. As part of this night-long happy hour, find a great glass of wine or cocktail to pair with tapas such as the 3-step wings, Tortilla Española, or pork sliders. Enjoy this great food either at the patio, the bar, or around a big table with friends. For more information, call Cafe Aion at 303.9938131. [Eaterwire]

LYONS - Join Blackbelly Catering and chef Hosea Rosenberg — winner of Bravo's Top Chef Season Five — on September 17 for a dinner as part of the Summer Farm Dinner Series. This particular event will take place at Lyons Farmette. Guests will enjoy a special farm tour and a multi-course farm-to-table menu that showcases the fresh produce from the Lyons Farmette, as well as special meats from the Blackbelly Farm. Wine will be available for purchase at the event. Tickets and more information available here. [Eaterwire]

LOHI - Central Bistro & Bar will host a Peach and Bourbon dinner on September 18. Guests will enjoy a five-course meal paired with wine or craft bourbon cocktails made with Garrison Brothers Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Joining the festivities, special guest Charlie Garrison, co-founder of Garrison Brothers Distillery, will educate guests on whiskey tasting, the art of distilling, the history or whiskey and the story of Garrison Brothers. The dinner costs $75 per person and reservations can be made by calling 303.477.4582. [Eaterwire]

BALLPARK - Embrace your love of bacon with a September 17 class from Cook Street titled, "Everybody Loves Bacon." Not only will you learn how to cure, smoke, and braise pork belly, you'll also learn where to purchase it and how to store it. After learning about a variety of cures, students will also cure their own portion of pork belly. This class, which runs from 6 to 9:30 p.m., is hands on with a strong demonstration focus. Dinner will be served with beer, wine, and dessert. The cost is $99 per person; find out more information here. [Eaterwire]

DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS – The fourth-annual Sustainable Food Film Series — presented by Chipotle Mexican Grill and Denver Botanic Gardens — continues on Tuesday, September 23 with a screening of GMO OMG, a documentary about how GMOs and the modern food system affects the youth. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the movie starts at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $5 for attendees, and the fee also covers a meal from Chipotle before the film, plus a BOGO card from Chipotle to be used on future visits. Many films do sell out and fill reserved spots, so advance registration is recommended. Click here for complete information. [Eaterwire]

ASPEN - The Inaugural Crooked Stave Viceroy Snowmass Weekend is set to take place September 26 through September 28 at Viceroy Snowmass. The experimental beer tasting weekend includes luxury accommodations, a 10-course beer pairing dinner, and tasting events. Throughout the weekend, guests will also gain unprecedented access to Crooked Stave's Owner/Founder Chad Yakobson. Late September is a beautiful time in Aspen, so expect the surroundings to be as spectacular as the beer. The price of the weekend is $436 per night ($872 for the full weekend at double occupancy). The price includes accommodations, access for two to the beer reception on Friday, as well as the 10-course dinner on Saturday at Eight K. For a full rundown of the weekend-long event and booking information, click here. [Eaterwire]

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Cafe Aion

1235 Pennsylvania Avenue, , CO 80302 (303) 993-8131 Visit Website

Crooked Stave Barrel Cellar

1441 West 46th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211 720-508-3292 Visit Website

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