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Where to Dine for AAPI Heritage Month

Peyton Garcia
Peyton Garcia
Posted on May 18   |   Updated on June 6
a bowl of delicious looking chicken wings sit on a table

Ace Eat Serve brings back its Wings & Whiskey fundraiser this weekend. (Mariha-kitchen / Getty Images)

This Week On Denver’s Dining Scene:

After a four-year pandemic hiatus, Ace Eat Serve’s Wings & Whiskey fundraiser festival is finally back this Sunday, May 21, at 4 p.m. Tickets are $65. [Westword]

Local restaurateur Juan Padro — founder of fan-favorites including Señor Bear, Mister Oso, and Bar Dough — has set aside $7 million for concept expansions across Denver and all the way to New Orleans. [BusinessDen 🔒]

Up against more than 10,000 beers from some 2,300 breweries from across the country, Colorado brewers brought home a total of 24 medals from the 2023 World Beer Cup last week. [BusinessDen 🔒]

It’s still Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and I’d like to know your favorite AAPI restaurants in the city! Meanwhile, enjoy this roundup from our friends at Westword.

More than 60 local vendors will gather in Northglenn this weekend for one of the largest food truck festivals in the state. Admission is free! [Westword]

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