BOULDER — John Paine pours selections from the Neal Rosenthal collection at Frasca Food & Wine's weekly Monday Night Wine Dinner on August 8. A Ligurian white and two Piemontese reds will be featured. Reservations to the dinner range from $40 to $50 with optional wine pairings. To reserve your spot, call the restaurant at 303.442.6966.
FIVE POINTS — Travesty Tuesdays Mooovie Night is back on the Fort Greene patio for an outdoor screening of Female Trouble, a 1974 dark comedy featuring Divine, on August 9. The show starts at 9 p.m. and will be accompanied by coordinated and themed drinks. Come early to snag a seat.
LITTLETON — Break out the leashes this Wednesday at Living the Dream Brewing Co. for Yappy Hour, a pet-friendly happy hour in support of the Dumb Friends League's Wag 'N Trail event. Expect prizes, giveaways, and free beer.
PARK HILL — Bistro Barbès and The Vineyard Wine Shop collaborate to prepare a five-course paired wine dinner at the restaurant on Wednesday, August 10. A specially crafted menu will be paired with distinct wine varieties. The dinner is $75 per person (not including tax and gratuity) and begins at 6:30 p.m.. Call Bistro Barbès at 720.398.8085 to reserve your spot.
BROOMFIELD — The Peachopotamus special summer brew returns to 4 Noses Brewing Co. this Thursday for its seasonal visit. The brewery will open early at 2 p.m. and live bluegrass starting at 6 p.m. while Basic Kneads Pizza will take care of the grub in the front.
HIGHLAND — Join Highland Tap & Burger to welcome the BamaDenver crew and kick off the 2016 Alabama football season on Thursday, August 11 at Roll Out Happy Hour. Enjoy drinks specials and early access to BamaDenver merchandise.
RINO — Sake takes over Finn's Manor on Thursday for an educational experience enhanced by cocktails and sake flights. The tasting starts at 5 p.m. and runs until 12 a.m.
RINO — On Thursday, August 11, get a taste of the summer life past the Pacific side of the states with Backyard on Blake at a Polynesian picnic and Culture Haus, a leader in Denver's art scene, for a celebration of food and culture. Break out the coconuts for an evening of tiki drinks, surf-inspired jams, and bites from A Taste of the Philippines. Tickets to the event are $35 and can be purchased online.
AVON — Chef Richard Sandoval, whose Denver restaurants include Tamayo, Zengo, and La Biblioteca, hosts an evening in the mountains at Maya on Saturday, August 13. A five-course menu will feature Mexican flavors paired with particular Herradura tequilas. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. and is $75 per person. Each attending diner will receive a signed copy of Sandoval's cookbook New Latin Flavors. Call the restaurant at 970.790.5500 to reserve your seat.
RINO — Rosenberg's fans, fear not: despite being compounded by construction delays, the delicatessen will operate out of the Slow Food Farmers Market at The Source on Sundays until October. Guests will have options between the deli's signature sandwiches along with cocktails from the adjacent RiNo Yacht Club.