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Where Do Denver's Best Chefs Eat When They're Not in the Kitchen?

Peyton Garcia
Peyton Garcia
Posted on July 13
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Calling all beer-lovers …  (RJ Sangosti / The Denver Post / Getty Images)

This week on Denver’s dining scene: calling all beer-lovers, T-Swift fans, and Pizzeria Locale mourners. Plus, some dining scene drama and a few foodies events for your weekend!

🍺 Popular local brewery, Denver Beer Co., is opening its fifth taproom in Littleton (2409 Main Street). This new location will be its first with a full kitchen. [Denver Post 🔒]

🧑‍🍳 Where do Denver’s best chefs like to eat when they’re not in the kitchen? Our friends at The Denver Post asked them! Here are seven eateries you’ll want to add to your must-visit list. [Denver Post 🔒]

👀 Root Down, a longtime fan-favorite from local culinary group Edible Beats, is taking legal action against a new neighboring eatery called Rooted. Edible Beats claims Rooted “intentionally and blatantly copied Root Down” in name and concept. [BusinessDen 🔒]

🍻 Tickets to the 2023 Great American Beer Festival are officially on sale as of yesterday! The annual event is scheduled for Sept. 21-23; general admission tickets are $95.

🎶 It’s Taylor Week here in Denver. Here are some themed food and drink specials for all my fellow Swifties out there. [Westword]

🍕 As I mentioned last week, Pizzeria Locale is closing for good, and these Westword readers had some hot takes on the topic.

🗓️ Mark your calendars for this weekend’s food events: RiNo Beer Fest, Joyride Brewing’s 9-year anniversary party, and Sophie’s Ice Cream Social fundraiser.

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