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BITS & PIECES

What’s Happening in the West

Photo: Lucy Beaugard

By Joy Lawrance

Where the Chefs Eat Linda Hampsten Fox Chef/owner, The Bindery

Photo: Tim Romano

1817 Central St., Denver CO 80211, 303-993-2364 thebinderydenver.com

Hotel Boulderado Debuts New Year’s Eve Wedding Package

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THE ICONIC HOTEL BOULDERADO’S long history of hosting nuptials and New Year’s Eve galas is legendary. To celebrate the more than 100 years of these events, the hotel is offering an exceptional New Year’s Eve wedding entertainment package. Those who book a New Year’s Eve 2019 wedding will qualify for a complimentary package including professional wedding DJ, photo booth with custom logo, presidential suite on the night

of the wedding, plus a champagne amenity. Become a part of history as you live your wedding dreams in this historic Victorian hotel. With 10,000 square feet of meeting and celebration space, 160 guest rooms, a carriage house that sleeps 15 and three restaurants and bars, the Hotel Boulderado offers charm and convenience. Book by Nov. 1. boulderado.com/eventplanning/#weddings

CHEROKEE RANCH DESIGNER SHOWCASE In honor of Tweet Kimball, the Cherokee Ranch’s owner from the mid-1950s until the property was protected through a conservation easement in the 1990s, each room of the Cherokee Castle in Sedalia will be decorated for the holidays in Victorian style. The property is now owned by the Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation and hosts educational and public events throughout the year. From Nov. 14 through Jan. 6, 2020 the ranch will offer English-style teas, docent-led tours, brunches and cultural performances. Make reservations at cherokeeranch.org, or call 303-688-5555.

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Kohnami Sushi: My husband works in the Colorado Springs hospitals and when I have a day free, I head to Monument, we ride our mountain bikes on Mount Herman and we always go to Kohnami Sushi. It’s super small, but incredibly delicious. Ashkara: Daniel Asher has put his heart into this restaurant and it’s here in LoHi. Daniel is hard-working and just a great human being and he always brings so much enthusiasm to everything he does. Amu: I lived in Boulder off and on for many years and this tiny Japanese restaurant is so delicious and unique. My mouth waters thinking about it. Fish N Beer: Nothing reminds me of my father more than beer and fish. When we were little, he would go deep-sea fishing (which involved drinking beer) and bring home those giant bluefish and tilefish. I love seafood and this dear little informal restaurant serves up everything from oysters to blowfish tails. Union Station Farmer’s Market: Tacos, hand pies, lemonade, elephant ears—I love the variety of flavors and bites. It reminds me of shopping the markets in Italy except there weren’t any tacos!

Profile for Colorado Expression magazine

Colorado Expression magazine - October-November 2019  

Featuring our annual Holiday Gift Guide, holiday trends, travel, fashion, philanthropic giving and more.

Colorado Expression magazine - October-November 2019  

Featuring our annual Holiday Gift Guide, holiday trends, travel, fashion, philanthropic giving and more.