LOHI — On Saturday, September 19, Stir Cooking School is inviting those interested in learning to cook to A Night in Local Hawaii, a hands on class focused on the cuisine of the islands. The class, which starts at 6:30 p.m. and costs $75, features a menu that includes lau lau (pork wrapped in taro leaf), locomoco (hamburger over rice with a sunny side egg and caramelized onion), and spam musubi, among others. Call 720.287.4823 for reservations.
AURORA — Between now and Saturday, September 19 purchase Dry Dock Vanilla Porter on draft or in bombers at Canoe Room at North Dock (2801 Tower Road) and receive raffle tickets to win two Saturday night (September 26) tickets to the sold-out Great American Beer Festival. Guests can also get raffle tickets by purchasing merchandise or Dry Dock fire pits. All purchases must be made at North Dock and the winner must be present on September 19 at 6 p.m. to win tickets.
LODO — The Capital Grille brought back its annual Wagyu & Wine event, which runs now through November 22 in restaurant's lounge. For $25, guests can choose from two different styles of Wagyu burgers, accompanied by their choice of a glass of two exceptional wines typically reserved for bottle purchases only - Justin Isosceles Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles, 2012 and Landmark Overlook Pinot Noir, California, 2013.
BOULDER — On Monday, Frasca Food and Wine welcomes Cantina Caldaro with Paola Antonaci, export manager for the Alto-Adige producer. Cantina Caldaro produces deliciously fragrant Alpine whites and spicy, black fruited reds that will be poured at the Boulder restaurant. The Monday Night Wine Dinners cost $50 per person for four courses (not including the optional wine pairings, which range from $45-$50 per person). Reservations can be made by calling 303.442.6966.