WASH PARK – Wine and beer dinners have become quite prolific, but a whiskey-paired dinner is still a thing of novelty. Blackbird Public House is hosting a Jameson whiskey dinner tonight from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For $45 per person, diners will enjoy five Irish-inspired, whiskey-paired courses over the span of three hours. In addition to the whiskey dinner, Blackbird will be running Denver Restaurant Week specials throughout the week. Tickets are available here.
BOULDER – There is a golden and rare opportunity afoot at Mateo Restaurant Provencal in Boulder on Thursday, February 25. Etienne de Montille, owner and winemaker of Burgundy estate Domaine de Montille, will join diners for a coursed meal, paired with rare vintages and newer releases from her estate. Cost for the unique wine dinner is $265 per person for five courses of delicate French cuisine and fine wine pairings. Seating will begin at five and reservations will be required. The event is detailed on the restaurant's website.
BALLPARK – Ignite Burgers & Bar will be hosting an Avery Brewing beer dinner this Thursday, February 25 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Executive chef Ryan Kelley has concocted a special meal to pair harmoniously with Avery's award-winning beers. Highlights include rattlesnake, rabbit and Avery's quadrupel - The Reverend. Tickets are available online.
PARK HILL – A delectable exhibit has just touched down at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Chocolate: The Exhibit is now open to the public and free with admission. Guests will be taken on a cultural and historical journey of chocolate throughout the ages. For more information on the exhibit, see online.