The Truffle Cheese Shop: Cheese in Cherry Creek

This specialty cheese shop has a wide array of artisanal items beyond cheese, including charcuterie, olive oils, balsamics, seasonings, spreads, and of course, truffles.

Their selection regularly changes to offer the freshest fromage, many of which comes from Europe. The Truffle Cheese Shop also partners with Colorado dairies to offer many local cheeses. Knowledgeable staff are happy to help with your decision and will let you sample before you buy.

Aspiring connoisseurs might also consider taking a cheese-making workshop or attending a cheese tasting. Visit The Truffle Cheese Shop's website to see a schedul of upcoming classes and events!

The Truffle Cheese Shop
2906 E. 6th Avenue
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 322-7363

Denver 4th of July Events!

Denver is the perfect place to celebrate the Fourth this year with tons of events going on all over the city and surrounding areas! From the Cherry Creek Arts Festival to "Frozen" at Skyline Park, from a Red Rocks show to fireworks at a Colorado Rockies game, there's sure to be something for everyone!

Click here for a complete list of all the great things going on this Fourth of July!

An Aurora Classic: Carmine’s Italian Deli

A family tradition of fresh sausage and Italian specialties is alive at Carmine’s Italian Deli. After Carmine Sr. founded Carmine's in Lakewood, Carmine Jr. followed in his father's footsteps to debut Carmine's second location at a shopping center on Smokey Hill Road in Aurora.

Go for the popular Italian sausage sandwich, or opt for a pizza, calzone, or stromboli. The pizzas are all made with fresh dough, house-made sauce and sausage, and other fresh toppings. Carmine's Aurora location is open every day except Sunday.

Carmine’s Italian Deli
15380 E. Smoky Hill Road
Aurora, CO 80015
(303) 699-4532

Denver Chalk Art Festival

Head downtown to Larimer Square on May 31st and June 1st for The Denver Chalk Art Festival! It is a FREE two-day street-painting festival, where more than 200 artists spend hours that weekend turning the streets of Larimer Square into a museum of chalk art.

For more information about this awesome event, visit!

Baseball Season Is Upon Us!

Our very own Colorado Rockies kicked of their MLB season last month, but there's still plenty of games to last you the rest of the summer!

Whether it's a weekday evening under the lights or a Sunday afternoon in the warm sunshine, a game a Coors Field is a great way to spend time with family and friends!

Click here to see the upcoming games.


Your Handy Guide to Coors Field’s Bites and Brews

Not every Major League ballpark has a brewery in-house or a mobile Chinese restaurant, but Denver's Coors Field does! Its array of dining options numbers more than 100, and the options cover everything from a quick hot dog to a sit-down meal with a cold beer.

One of the newest additions to the ballpark is Wok in the Park, a food cart that delivers egg rolls and chicken and vegetarian noodle bowls throughout section 150. It's a far cry from the traditional game-day fare of years' past!

Here are a few of Coors Field's dining highlights:

  • For a beer and a bite, head to Blue Moon Brewing Co. The nationally known Blue Moon name backs this in-house brewery, which brews many seasonal and limited-release batches in addition to the company's classic suds. It's the only place you can score a Rockies 20th Anniversary Ale, so take full advantage on game day.
  • Go Italian on game day at Wazee Market. From handcrafted, wood-baked pizzas to chicken parmesan pizzas, Wazee Market offers fresh, flavorful Italian fare right in Coors Field.
  • Grab a burger at Rockies-approved Helton Burger Shack. Helton offers classic ballpark grub: burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes.
  • Reserve a table in the fresh air at Mountain Ranch Club. Diners can enjoy the game from the two-tiered patio at Mountain Ranch Club if they make a single or season-long reservation ahead of time. Each table is outfitted with a personal TV.

Interested in watching a game and grabbing a bite? Check out the Coors Field website for this season's schedule and more information about concessions.

Character and Charm in Historic Larimer Square

Located on one of Denver’s most historic blocks, Larimer Square is a downtown shopping district that has character and a small-town feel. Regular visitors appreciate the upscale restaurants, boutique shops, and seasonal events like art shows, Oktoberfest, and Denver Restaurant Week.

The numerous shops make it easy to find upscale clothing, accessories, and jewelry. Several nightclubs and bars create a vibrant nightlife, and strands of lights hang across the street give the district its night-time charm. Valet parking is a convenient touch, making it easy to stop by to shop, dine, or dance.

If you'd like to dine, Larimer Square also hosts a number of great restaurants. You can enjoy steak at The Capital Grille or Ted's Montana Grill, find seafood at Ocean's Prime, grab coffee at Stabucks, or enjoy another of the nearby eateries.

Visit Larimer Square's website to find out more information!

Historic Larimer Square
1430 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 534-2367

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Denver Microbrew Tour!

Are you a fan of craft beer? Do you enjoy learning the interesting history of Denver? If you said yes to either of these questions then the Denver Microbrew Tour is for you!

This guided walking tour of Denver's finest craft breweries is fun for everyone who wants to learn more about beer, the industry, and our great city!

Visit for tickets and more information!

Find Your Inner IRISH at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade – Today!

Join your fellow Coloradans in downtown Denver today for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade! The fun starts at 9:30am in the LoDo District.

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Clyfford Still Museum: Honoring An Important Artist

Clyfford Still brought the art of abstract expressionism to the West Coast, and his best works are housed at a Denver museum bearing his name. In his will, Still stated that his entire estate should be given to an American city for a museum that would focus entirely on his work. Denver was lucky enough to get that estate, which includes the works from the estate of Still’s widow.

The collection includes over 800 paintings from all eras of Still’s career, including his student and Depression-era works. His first move into abstraction are also included in the collection, moving into his works of “high” abstract expressionism. A rotating exhibit will further educate visitors on the abstract expressionist movement.

The Clyfford Still Museum is open Tuesdays through Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Fridays until 8 p.m.

Clyfford Still Museum
1250 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204
(720) 354-4880

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