Food and Drink
It's Tuesday, and that means it's taco time.
Details: Today we're featuring El Camino Community Tavern, a frill-free, open and airy spot in West Highland.
As the saying goes, everything old is new again.
Driving the news: After sealing its doors for four months and offering curbside-only service for more than another year, Devil's Food Cookery at Myrtle Hill quietly invited its South Gaylord friends and neighbors back inside its pastel-hued, wood-framed dining room a few weeks ago.
Brothers and business partners, Siri Tan and Za Awg, spent their September suddenly popping up around town.
Driving the news: Colorado's first Burmese eatery has taken to the streets with the launch of its new trailer, from which hungry folks on the go can snag the spiced and savory Southeast Asian dishes.
Coffee shops have become a remote-work destination amid the rise of "third workplaces," and patios present prime real estate to socially distance.
We're sharing Denver's top coffee shop patios to soak up the final drops of summer and sip some warming beverages before winter hits.
The craft beer community reunited in Denver this weekend for the first time since before the pandemic to confront its demons.
What they're saying: In the opening address, Bob Pease, CEO of the Boulder-based Brewers Association, the industry's leading trade group, called for an "awakening."
Colorado breweries claimed 21 medals in the much-hyped Great American Beer Festival competition, far fewer than normal.
By the numbers: The awards, announced Friday at the Craft Brewers Conference, included seven gold medals for best-in-category brews.
The Great American Beer Festival is canceled again. And other Denver beer events followed suit.
The good news: The nation's top craft brewers are still coming to Colorado this week — and bringing beer just in time for Denver Beer Week.
Eight of the 10 largest craft breweries in Colorado posted lower production numbers in 2020, according to a report from the Boulder-based Brewers Association.
Why it matters: The latest numbers, published in the industry journal New Brewer, are the most comprehensive look at how the state's $3 billion craft beer sector fared in 2020 amid the pandemic's shutdown and the pivot to take-away sales.
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