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Nosh & Posh Returns at Civic Center, Taco Tuesday Specials

Plus a new beer release from New Belgium and an evening of food and drink pairings at Second Home & Kitchen.

Second Home & Kitchen
Second Home & Kitchen

RINO AND LONGMONT — Every Tuesday, at its two locations Comida Cantina is welcoming guests to enjoy Taco Tuesday. Diners can get a choice of three tacos and a margarita for $15 dollars, any time from open until close.

DOWNTOWN — Thursday, February 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., head to the Civic Center's Nosh & Posh for several of your favorite food trucks together with local fashion trucks. Among the trucks that will attend, Chuey FU's, CFTDenver - Comfortable Food Truck, Crock Spot, Jessie's Smokin' NOLA, Maine Street Barbeque Co., and Quiero Arepas.

CHERRY CREEK — On Friday, February 19 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Second Home & Kitchen will host MMMing, an intimate culinary evening centered around food, beer, and cocktail pairings. Guests will be offered a selection of small plates created by resident chef David Anderson. Call to Arms Brewing Company will present specifically paired craft beers alongside a delicious assortment of hand-crafted pairing cocktails from Golden Moon Distillery & Speakeasy.

FORT COLLINS — Two years after its initial release, New Belgium Brewing’s RyePA is coming back with a nod to the brewer’s dual hometowns in Colorado and North Carolina. Originally brewed with Carolina RyeTM, heirloom rye grown in North Carolina and floor malted by Riverbend Malt House in Asheville, RyePA revival also incorporates rye from Colorado Malting, a fourth-generation family farm in Alamosa, CO. The hoppy Rye IPA is available in New Belgium Folly Packs nationwide through May.

Second Home Kitchen + Bar

150 Clayton Lane, , CO 80206 (303) 253-3000 Visit Website

Comida

3350 Brighton Blvd, Denver, CO 80216 303-296-2747 Visit Website

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