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Tonight: Jordan Vineyard & Winery at EDGE; Skyline Market Tomorrow; Bagel Balls; and More

skylinedinner.jpgSkyline Park Market [Photo: LSE Consulting]

DOWNTOWN— Tonight, Thursday, July 25 from 6 to 9 p.m., EDGE Restaurant is hosting a special tasting of favorite vintages from Jordan Vineyard & Winery. A chardonnay to start, 5 different vintages of Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon topped off with bubbles for dessert, all combine with a four-course tasting menu from EDGE. The dinner with pairings included costs $95 per person. Call 303.389.3050 NOW to save your seat. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWN Skyline Market, an event offering food, vendors and entertainment, takes place weekly on Fridays at Skyline Park along the 16th Street Mall at Arapahoe Street. As part of the weekly market, “Park to Table Dinner” provides a weekly three-course meal prepared by a Denver chef with chef Jeff Parr of LSE Consulting returning to his culinary roots for one night only tomorrow, Friday July 26. [Eaterwire]

PARK HILL The Garden Restaurant is hosting a farm-to-table series in celebration of seasonal, local, plant-based foods. Each event will include a garden and chicken coop tour, a cooking demo, a four-course meal and live music. The next event is on July 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Slow Food DenverTickets can be purchased online.

GOLDEN TRIANGLE— Josh Pollack of Rosenberg Bagels & Delicatessen introduced his newest Bagel Ball creation. Pollack created a savory “munchkin” out of the bagel. There is bacon infused scallion cream cheese stuffed inside the fluffy, chewy, seeded specimens of bagel delight, that Gather calls Bagel Balls. They are a must-try. Look out for a variety of flavors as he experiments with many different combinations to come.

BEAVER CREEK— Summer is now on the menu at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek‘s signature restaurant, 8100 Mountainside Bar & Grill where a new menu was just introdued. Executive chef Christian Apetz and the culinary team were inspired by the season’s harvest and the resort’s new bountiful herb garden thanks to the Brush Creek Elementary School. The resort purchased the herbs from the school’s greenhouse, which is grown and maintained by Brush Creek students. All proceeds from the purchased herbs benefit Brush Creek Elementary, supporting the children’s healthy eating habits. [Eaterwire]


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