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LIFESTYLE LETTER

APRIL 2018 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | Amanz@LifestylePubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

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Say Aloe To My Friends I HAVE A TOTAL OF TWENTY-SIX PLANTS THAT LIVE WITH ME. Including a money tree, philodendron, different species of succulents, a huge and slowly growing cactus, air plants, spider plants, a nerve plant, aloe, and a mysterious tree I adopted. Each of these living creatures has different needs and demands. They have different watering schedules, sun requests, and even plants that are the same species need individual care. Overall, living with plants is one way to get in touch with nature. I feel a connection with my plants and a strong sense of responsibility to keep them healthy and happy. 

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Michael Rainero | Michael.Rainero@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Kara Deyoung, Benjamin Wiese, Kelli Ruhl, Riley Cowing, Jessi Hackett, Brianna Blair CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Shouldn't the same logic be applied to all of Mother Nature? Hey, I'm not a saint when it comes to conservation, sustainability, and being green, but it's the small collective actions that make a huge impact. Take Jax Fish House for example. Our feature story is about sustainable seafood, a buzz word in the news these days. Despite Colorado being landlocked, Executive Chef Shiela Lucero and a small team traveled to D.C. in 2017 to lobby for sustainability. Jax was also the first restaurant in Colorado to partner with the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch, a program that helps consumers choose seafood that is fished or farmed to support a healthy ocean. They also partner with James Beard’s First Catch, The Blue Ocean Institute, and Sea to Table, among others. We Don't Waste is another eco nonprofit we got an in-depth look at this issue. Food waste is not as typical of a concern, but it should be. The nonprofit saved nearly 4,000

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tons of food in 2017, which resulted in nearly 10 million meals served. There's always room to grow when it comes to living an eco-friendly life. If there's one bit of advice I've discovered after putting together this issue—it's to start small. Maybe even just by adding a little green to your game. (Don’t miss the eco-friendly plant guide!) 

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INSIDE THE ISSUE APRIL 2018

FEATURES 30 Backcountry Quest From one of Colorado’s best backpacking loops to a hideaway car camping spot, we’ve got you covered.

36 Small-Scale Seafood Jax Fish House is supporting sustainability, all the way to the East Coast.

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42 Room to Grow Add some green to your game with Lifestyle’s eco-friendly plant guide.

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Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

20 Around Town 22 Giving Back 26 Now Open 30 Water & Woods 42 DIY 46 Hot Spot 50 Driver’s Notebook 52 Hops & Vine 55 Realty Report 56 Lifestyle Calendar 58 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Signet Jewelry Grand Opening Grand Opening Event for Signet Jewelry, Cherry Creek North’s most anticipated new boutique. Food was prepared by Guard and Grace, cocktails made by the Cocktail Caravan. This locally owned and operated boutique features unique, imaginative jewelry and life-

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style objects from local and worldwide artists. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MICHAEL RAINERO.

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1. Kate Murphy, Carly Ries, Carol Ferguson | 2. Chef Michael Mayo, Chef Brent Turnipseede | 3. Manos Phoudoulakis​, Aleksis Baltmanis | 4. Guests enjoying the event | 5. Andy Manz, Gary & Lucinda White, Mark Hadley, Joe Keun | 6. Kevin Mancini, Kir Boedecker, Todd Reed

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AROUND TOWN in which it is housed. The property was built in 1911 as the Denver Tramway Building, with an original design that incorporates a modern steel skeleton and traditional Renaissance Revival-style edifice. In 1997, architects began restoring the Denver Tramway Building, transforming it into the exquisite building that stands as Hotel Teatro, which opened in 1999. The first floor of the property underwent a large-scale renovation in 2014 that included the addition of The Nickel and The Study. The new guest rooms are designed to reflect the look of the property ’s first floor. HotelTeatro.com

HOTEL TEATRO COMPLETES  MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR GUEST ROOM RENOVATION Hotel Teatro,  Denver’s original boutique hotel, announces the completion of a $2.5 million property-wide guest room renovation. Since the project’s start in late 2017, all 110 guest rooms have undergone significant updates and now feature custom-built hardwood furniture alongside stylish and comfortable décor. Guest rooms now offer guests custom-stained white oak cabinetry; a subtle grey fleece wall treatment; new 50-inch flat-screen televisions; new furniture, including a custom chaise lounge, lounge chair, nightstands, and coffee table; updated, design-forward soft goods; new lighting; creative touches such as terrariums and

Oasis was one of the original Colorado brew-

contemporary artwork; and more. Designed by

pubs and was located in Boulder, Colorado. The

internationally recognized interior design and

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architecture firm Parker-Torres Design Inc., and

original Founder and President, George Hanna

influenced by the thriving city of Denver and its

along with an ownership group consisting of

Rocky Mountain backdrop, the updated rooms

friends and family. The new Oasis Brewery and

blend tailored elements with natural materials to

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achieve an updated residential aesthetic.

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to the new guest rooms and find a sense of home As Denver ’s original boutique hotel, Hotel

KIRKLAND MUSEUM OF FINE & DECORATIVE ART OPENS NEW LOCATION

Teatro provides guests with a modern expe-

Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art

rience juxtaposed with the historic setting of

opened its highly anticipated new building at

the 20th century Renaissance Revival building

1201 Bannock Street to the public on Saturday,

blended with a uniquely ‘Denver’ aesthetic.”

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March 10, 2018, at 11 a.m. Kirkland Museum’s new building, clad in wonderful shades of golden terra cotta and glass tiles in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District, is only steps away from the Denver Art Museum and Clyfford Still Museum. “Our new location offers far greater visibility for the museum’s three collections—international decorative art, Colorado and regional art, and the work of Vance Kirkland—which will complement the collections of the museums nearby and make it even more convenient for art lovers to experience all the internationally important artwork Denver offers in the Golden Triangle,” says Hugh Grant, Kirkland Museum’s Founding Director and Curator. All three collections are displayed chronologically in salon style, allowing visitors to time travel as they walk through the new building. The museum has acquired a number of stunning new pieces in each of the three collection areas that were unveiled today.  Kirkland Museum features an inaugural exhibition of 19th  and 20th-century

American

prints, Prints

Near

and Far: Contrasting Regional and National Prints from the Kirkland and Mayer Collections, in the new exhibition space through  June 17, 2018.  KirklandMuseum.org

We are always accepting submissions for announcements you’d like to see included in our Around Town section. Submissions are accepted via the Contact Us tab at CherryCreekLifestyle.com. April 2018 | Cherry Creek Lifestyle

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GIVING BACK

American Wasteland ARTICLE BEN WIESE

RECLAIMING FOOD AND LIVES WITH DENVER'S WE DON'T WASTE.

AFTER MONTHS OF THINKING, TINKERING WITH AND PLANNING A WAY TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT DENVER'S FOOD WASTE, ARLAN PREBLUD DECIDED TO FILL HIS CAR UP WITH FOOD THAT WAS ABOUT TO GO INTO THE TRASH AND FIND SOMEONE THAT WANTED TO EAT IT. Just like that, in an instant, his nonprofit was born. Preblud’s organization is now known as We Don’t Waste, a Denver-based nonprofit that gathers quality food headed for trash cans and redistributes it to organizations, shelters, agencies, and kitchens that will make it into a meal for families and individuals in need. Founded in 2009 out of the back of Preblud’s car, the nonprofit saved nearly 4,000 tons of food in 2017, which resulted in nearly 10 million meals served. “I was a sole practitioner, and it was difficult to compete with the bigger firms. I had enough of the practice of law, and I thought there might be an opportunity [to switch to nonprofit work],” says Preblud. “I spent about six months doing research, putting together a business plan, and figuring out how I might do it. One day my kids said, ‘Dad, just do it. Quit trying to build a better mousetrap and just do it.’" So he did just that. “I had a Volvo Station Wagon, so I bought a tarp, folded the seats down, and started knocking on the doors of caterers. They universally said, ‘well, where have you been?’ and that was the start of it.” In the state of Colorado, one in six children are reportedly food insecure, and as a country, 40 percent of all produced food is reportedly tossed into the trash. We Don’t Waste does not solve these crises, but it does put a dent in the problem, and it should do a considerable amount more in the future with the addition of the Food Rescue and Distribution Center this year.

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In the past, should Preblud and his staff receive a call about food to be picked up, it was essential that they found a home for it before the end of the day. With the new 11,570-square foot Food Rescue and Distribution Center, (including a state-of-the-art walk-in 1,000-foot cooler), We Don’t Waste is no longer pressed to find suitable donation stations by the end of the day. A day inside the We Don’t Waste trucks consists of several stops through the city and running into bakeries, kitchens, and distribution centers, wheeling food in and out of trucks, and making quick decisions throughout the day to determine where food will go, when, and how much of it. In an unpredictable sector of nonprofit work, the only constants are hungry people and food on the verge of waste. Thankfully, Preblud and his team have found a niche in the nonprofit sector that comes with little restriction. Because they do not charge donators for pickup, nor do they pay to donate, We Don’t Waste can take in and deliver food that food banks or other nonprofits cannot.  Despite being comprised of less than a dozen staffers and a trusty handful of volunteers, We Don’t Waste is an essential part of delivering meals to people in need. Impacting food waste doesn’t require a team, food storage and distribution center, a walk-in cooler, or even a genius law practitioner: it just takes knocking on some doors, a tarp, and some folded down seats inside something like a Volvo Station Wagon. 

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THE NEW

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SIGNET ARTICLE KELLI RUHL | PHOTOGRAPHY DANIELLE WEBSTER Featured wearing unique collections from Signet, Ashley Colburn is the founder of Denver-based, Smash Beauty Bar. SmashBeautyBar.com  | @smash_beauty_bar 3275 West 14th Avenue #101 Denver

HOW KEVIN MANCINI AND CAROL FERGUSON’S NEW BOUTIQUE SIGNET JEWELRY IS BRINGING A STUNNINGLY UNIQUE SELECTION TO CHERRY CREEK. FOR KEVIN MANCINI AND CAROL FERGUSON, NAMING THEIR STORE WAS NOT A TASK THEY TOOK LIGHTLY. They wanted a moniker that would encompass their purpose: to provide profoundly unique style statements for men and women alike. As they sifted through options, they were struck by the notion of the signet ring: historically, signet rings were used as personal signatures; they denoted nobility and status and made their mark on some of the most important documents of the ages. Today, they act as a kind of Todd Reed (Boulder)

personal brand, representing an individual’s fraternity, family or personal style. Now, the aptly named Signet Jewelry is putting down roots in Cherry Creek, and Mancini and Ferguson could not be more thrilled.

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The two owners are both life-partners and business partners, parlaying their successful wholesale jewelry business into their first official store. For years they have worked with stores across the country, paying close attention to those they admired and using them as inspiration. Ferguson is a jewelry designer, and her 18 years in the industry have earned her a keen eye for especially remarkable pieces. Through Signet, Mancini and Ferguson have sought to create a distinct customer experience. The boutique is modern, featuring warm decor and mindful customer amenities, such as a chic customer area to host events and consultations. In their view, looking at jewelry should be a fun, relaxed endeavor, leaving behind the sterile, imposing environments that often pervade the industry. Signet boasts a carefully curated collection of fashion, artisan and fine jewelry at a range of price points, wanting to be known for having “something for everyone.” The boutique’s imaginative offering includes artists like Boulder's Todd Reed, whose artisanal luxury collections offer a unique alternative to traditional jewelry with “alternative bridal" collections, one-of-a-kind pieces, men’s jewelry, and accessories. Aside from jewelry, Signet also features complimentary lifestyle objects, such as handblown glass from Italy, and botanic cubes crafted in Asia. Above all, Mancini explains, Signet’s selection is entirely unique to Denver. They have fostered exclusive relationships with numerous artists, with 4-5 local artists featured at any given time. The two owners are very particular about who they work with, as they are committed to supporting sustainable sourcing and environmentally-conscious practices. Mancini and Ferguson feel their ultimate goal is to connect with the community. They have already made strides in this regard, partnering with local chefs and restaurateurs like Troy Guard, who they worked with for their March 7th Grand Opening. They're also hosting public events, like their upcoming “Mixology and Metals,” where people can come enjoy fun mixology recipes while learning about sustainable sourcing of metals and stones. Signet Jewelry is already making its mark on Denver, providing a new, fresh take on jewelry. Their distinctive boutique is a welcome addition to the Cherry Creek community.

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Amali (New York)

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Carol Ferguson (Colorado Springs)


WATER & WOODS FROM ONE OF COLORADO’S BEST BACKPACKING LOOPS TO A HIDE-AWAY CAR CAMPING SPOT, WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED.

ARTICLE JESSI HACKETT

BACK COUNTRY QUEST

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WHEN THE SUMMER MONTHS HIT, THE COLLECTIVE RUSH TO FLEE THE FRONT RANGE IN SEARCH OF THE HEALING POWERS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS CAN BE ANXIETY-INDUCING. Bearded, flannel wearing men and women donning Chacos race to fill the trunks of the Subarus by the thousands. Finding locations to escape for the weekend can feel impossible and wildly competitive. Worry no more, whether you’re gearing up for backpacking or a simple night of car camping accompanied by a hike, here are two less-traveled getaways to put on your radar. Located in central Colorado in Jefferson County just a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Denver via U.S. Route 285, sits nearly 120,000 acres of Lost Creek Wilderness, situated within Pike National Forest. Offering a collection of out-and-back hikes with campsites peppered along the way and one of the best backpacking loops on the Front Range, the Lost Creek Wilderness Loop. Consisting of around 28 miles of more difficult trail and nearly 3,500 in vertical gain, this loop provides everything from stream crossings (prepare for mud in the early season), to aspen groves, to views of Pikes Peak, and traveling past granite rock features on Bison Peak. (Reminiscent of what you might imagine Mars to look like.)  Starting from Lost Park or Goose Creek trailheads, folks can choose to complete the full loop in two to three days. Plan to set up camp at least 100 feet from the tail and any water source and enjoy the fantastic Marslike rock gardens atop Bison Peak. For an easier, single night trip with developed campsites, there’s the option to camp at Goose Creek Campground within Lost Creek Wilderness. From Goose Creek Trailhead, there is access to trails along Goose Creek and Hankins Pass Trails. CONTINUED >

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Lost Creek Wilderness does allow dogs (on a leash) and permits are self-serve in the parking lot. “Hiking trails may be accessible in April and expect wildflowers to bloom in May,” says a spokesperson for the Forest Service from the Pike and San Isabel Nation Forests. “Goose Creek Campground opens on Memorial Day, has ten first-come-first-serve sites, and group sizes should never exceed 15 people.” Car camping more your speed? Head up to Horseshoe Campground next to Williams Fork River southwest of Fraser or an hour north of Silverthorne over Ute Pass Rd. Located in Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest, these are first-come-first-serve sites that open for camping starting June 1.

WHAT TO BRING

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HIKE TO LAKE EVELYN A 30-minute drive from the car camping at Horseshoe Campground near Williams Fork, the hike to Lake Evelyn is a mellow, 4.9-mile round trip hike to an alpine lake resting amongst the pines. (It’s also dog-friendly!)

DISTANCE: 4.9-MILE OUT & BACK

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JAX FISH HOUSE IS SUPPORTING SUSTAINABILITY, ALL THE WAY TO THE EAST COAST HOW DO YOUR OYSTERS GET HERE? It’s a good question for any seafood diner to ask—especially one in Denver, smack dab in the middle of a landlocked state a thousand miles from either coast. It’s also a very common question, according to Sheila Lucero, executive chef of Jax Fish House. The short answer? Quickly. At Jax, oysters are flown in daily, so fresh that they are still alive until they are shucked and placed on your plate.

“I always remind people, how fast could I get to the coast if I took a plane? Two, three hours? Our oysters can fly here just as quickly, and they do,” says Lucero. She chuckles and adds, “Actually, they fly Southwest.” As for the long answer? Well, you’d have to go back about 20 years. In the early 2000s, a pair of cousins in Virginia inherited their grandfather’s Chesapeake Bay oyster farm. At the time, the Bay was declining in health from overfishing, and the oyster population was at an all-time low. Despite these obstacles, the cousins fought to reintroduce native oyster farming to their community. Relying on the know-how of local enthusiasts and a variety of cutting-edge techniques, in just a few short years they were ready to begin selling their first oysters. The cousins then set out on a cross-country tour, visiting restaurants and doing their best to put Chesapeake Bay oysters back on the culinary map.  “I remember these guys pulling up in a van and asking if I wanted to try some of their oysters,” laughs Lucero. “I was like, 'Not out of the back of your van, I don’t!'”  Despite the amusing introduction, Lucero was impressed. Jax began carrying Rappahannock Oysters shortly after and has been serving them ever since.  “Oysters are actually a keystone species,” notes Lucero. “Without them, the food chain would not exist like it does today—it would be devastating.” 

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Executive Chef of Jax Fish House, Sheila Lucero

Massive filterers of water, oysters can filter up to 50 gallons a day, naturally making marine environments more hospitable for other species. Thanks to the work of sustainable farmers like the Rappahannock Oyster Company, today Virginia is bringing in record harvests and now leads the East Coast in oyster production. I sample a few of their Eastern oysters, which are briny and slightly sweet—Lucero recommends adding a squeeze of lemon juice for a bright, tangy bite. “If you’ve never tried oysters before, these are a great place to start. You’ll be hooked,” she promises.  And Jax’s work with businesses like the Rappahannock Oyster Company is just the tip of the iceberg. Jax was the first restaurant in Colorado to partner with the Monterey Bay Seafood Watch, a program that helps consumers choose seafood that is fished or farmed to support a healthy ocean. They also partner with James Beard’s First Catch, The Blue Ocean Institute, and Sea to Table, among others.

In 2017, Lucero and a team from Jax were able to travel to Washington, DC to meet with members of Congress and lobby for sustainability.

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A FRESH START (CON TI N U ED)

“I think it surprised a lot of people that we were there from Denver,” Lucero says. “It meant a lot that we cared, even though we aren't located anywhere near the ocean.” And although Jax’s motto is “Bringing the Coast to the Coastless,” the reverse is also true—Jax is bringing the care and support of landlocked Coloradans to our nation’s coasts, creating healthy oceans for this generation and the next.  Don’t miss the 6th Annual High West Oyster Fest on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at the EXDO Event Center in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood.

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DIY

ARTICLE NICOLETTE MARTIN

ROOM TO

GROW ADD SOME GREEN TO YOUR GAME WITH LIFESTYLE’S ECO-FRIENDLY PLANT GUIDE

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WHAT HOUSEPLANT SHOULD YOU GET? WOULD PEOPLE DESCRIBE YOU AS HAVING A GREEN THUMB? N

Y

ARE YOU OFTEN AWAY FOR

BUT DO YOU REMEMBER

LONG PERIODS OF TIME?

TO WATER YOUR PLANTS?

Y

N

Y

DO YOU HAVE

ARE YOU LOW

MANY WINDOWS?

ON O2?

N

Y

Y

N

N

DO YOU HAVE ANY PETS? Y

IS IT HARD FOR YOU TO

N

COMMIT TO ONE THING? Y

N

CACTI + SUCCULENTS

LEMON BUTTON FERN

SNAKE PLANT

PHILODENDRON

When you’re looking for

Safe for both cats and dogs

Labeled as both a “for-

The split-leaf philodendron

variety without the hassle,

according to the ASPCA,

giving houseplant” and

does not require a lot of

cacti and succulents are

lemon button ferns—also

healthy houseplant by

light or moisture, but will

the way to go. Since they

known as southern sword

HGTV, the snake plant

grow much larger if given

are able to store water in

ferns—are drought-tolerant

tolerates low light and long

both and ample space to

their leaves, they’re more

and thrive in shady rooms.

stretches without water

climb. Be careful, though,

forgiving when your mind

They’re low-maintenance if

while also adding oxygen

it is highly toxic to animals,

is elsewhere.

you keep their soil moist.

to the room at night.

according to the ASPCA.

Plant care information gathered from HGTV.com

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DIY

(CON TI N UED)

SUCCULENT GUIDE Perfect for those who don’t necessarily consider themselves “gardening-inclined,” but also like to keep live decorations in various parts of the home, succulent plants are generally low-maintenance and come in an array of shapes, sizes, colors and textures. Grow them in unique containers—from coffee tins to books and pianos— for eco-themed decor you actually have to put in some effort to kill.

common succulents ZEBRA PLANT

ECHEVERIA ‘LOLA’

WHITE CHENILLE PLANT

Stemless clustering perennial

Up to 6 inches tall, it forms a

Small, shrubby succulent plant up

succulent up to 6 inches tall. Needs

sculpted rosette up to 6 inches in

to 12 inches tall. Small rosettes hold

plenty of sun or bright light. Use a

diameter. Good for containers and

thick green leaves densely covered

well-draining cactus potting mix.

rock gardens.

in silvery white hairs.

For more succulent information, visit WorldOfSucculents.com

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Currently, in 2018, Snooze diverts about 90% of their waste from landfills through municipal compost and recycling programs.

KNOWN FOR ITS LONG LINES AND RETRO-THEMED

The reusable, orange cups used by many guests while

INTERIOR, SNOOZE AN A.M. EATERY IS A POPULAR

they wait for a table has helped Snooze avoid the use of 1.25

BRUNCH SPOT FOR MANY PANCAKE HUNGRY

million disposable cups annually across their 25 locations.

PEOPLE DURING EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK. BUT

Snooze believes that it only takes a moment to make a

WHAT MAY BE UNKNOWN TO MOST IS THE RESTAU-

difference. To this restaurant, sustainability means doing the

RANT’S OUTSTANDING SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS.

right thing and making sure that our planet is just as great,

Director of Sustainability for Snooze, Megan Jorgensen,

if not better than it is today for generations to come. Snooze

is proud of the restaurant’s achievements and has been

sources ingredients from a variety of responsible vendor

a part of the Snooze family since she started as a server

partners and vets them through their Snooze Approved pro-

nine years ago when there was only one Snooze location.  

gram before bringing them on board. This program includes

“I fell in love with Snooze’s infectious culture right away,” says Jorgensen. “A restaurant that recycles? That was a first for me and I immediately became involved in our sustainability program.” 

standards such as no “artificial ingredients or preservatives,” “no antibiotics,” and humane animal welfare practices. Snooze’s Huevos Rancheros is one of their original dishes and is a prime example highlighting their

People. Planet. Profit. Pancakes. These four things

responsibly sourced ingredients. The corn tortillas are

are considered Snooze’s quadruple bottom line and

from Raquelitas Tortillas, Denver, CO, cage-free eggs

each item are taken into account in every decision

from Eggland’s Best Eggs out of Platteville, CO, and

made in the Snooze world.

Polidori Sausage, Denver, CO, produced and made

“Essentially, it’s a question of how do our business operations impact the world on a social, environmental,

with responsibly raised Tender Belly pork. It’s a meal you can feel good about.

and economic scale,” says Jorgensen. “These thoughtful

“With sustainability in restaurants, you must

decisions are considered in everything we do—which

always take a moment to pause, reevaluate, and

syrup to source, which bacon to serve, which retail shirts

push forward. We would love to see big sustainability

to sell, what kind of napkins and to-go material to use,

wins such as on-site renewable energy, the complete

and even which toilets or hand dryers to use.”

removal of one-time-use disposables, or achieving a

Currently, in 2018, Snooze diverts about 90% of

carbon neutral status,” says Jorgensen. “We’ll have

their waste from landfills through municipal compost

to see where the future takes us, but it looks pretty

and recycling programs.

green and bright.” April 2018 | Cherry Creek Lifestyle

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DRIVER’S NOTEBOOK

Hit the White

ARTICLE RILEY COWING PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORDE

A SPECIAL RIDE IN PRESTIGE IMPORT'S 911 TURBO.

WHEN FIRST THINKING OF SPORTS CARS, THE FIRST FEW WORDS THAT CAME TO MIND WERE: COMPACT, CRAMPED AND OF COURSE, FAST. Driving the 911 Turbo from Porsche proved that while sports cars are fast and typically small in stature, those elements do not have to compromise comfort and confidence. Prestige Imports is the oldest Porsche and Audi dealership in the Rocky Mountain region. Their enthusiasm for the Porsche brand was evident as soon as I walked through the dealership doors. Porsche Sales Manager at Prestige Imports Gregg Sunfield’s understanding of the Turbo 911 and passion for Porsche served as a testament to why Porsche repeatedly ranks high in customer reviews for customer satisfaction and reliability.  Now to the test drive. While the option to speed up was certainly present, I never felt out of control. Transitioning from lower speeds on neighborhood roads to the highway, I felt a sense of trust between my foot on the accelerator and the car’s response to my adjustments. While talking with Sunfield, he explained that in this car a sense of control for the driver remains intact the faster you go.  Once I slid into the driver’s seat, I immediately felt a sense of comfort. Not only because the leather seats themselves were smooth and soft to the touch, but I was able to slide seats and mirrors to the precise angle that I felt most supported. This ease in adjustment made the short drive feel as natural as a drive in my own car. The car has over 200 options to customize to your preference, down to selecting the color of stitching that runs along the dashboard.  Living in Colorado, a car’s drivability in snowy conditions is a common concern. Since the 911 Turbo has all-wheel drive, all that’s required are proper snow tires and it is winter ready. Sunfield also mentioned that one could drive 911 Turbo to the Tetons for a weekend or on a long road trip to Las Vegas without feeling a need to take a break to stretch your legs every couple hours.  This car reacted smoothly and quickly to whatever situation I was in, no matter how fast or slow, highway or city street. The 911 Turbo proves that where there is speed, there can also be comfort and trust while in the driver’s seat.  Take a test drive at Prestige Imports, 9201 W Colfax Ave, Denver.

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HOPS & VINE

The Choke Hold

A SPRINGY COCKTAIL RECIPE COURTESY OF BLUE ISLAND OYSTER BAR IN CHERRY CREEK.

ARTICLE DANA LAPINEL PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS

ROSEMARY IS AN EXCELLENT PLANT TO KEEP AROUND THE HOUSE. Unlike most herbs, if rosemary is placed in a well-drained, sunny spot, it can grow for years to come. It also comes in handy when mixing up a cocktail. Here's a rosemary gin drink from Blue Island Oyster Bar (where our favorite happy hour patio is located) for those days you can't make it into their nautical restaurant.   THE GOODS  + 1  oz Gin + ½  oz Lime Juice + ½ oz Grapefruit Juice + ½  oz Simple Syrup + ½ oz Cynar Liquor + 1 spray Saline + Rosemary Sprig Garnish (heated with lighter) THE HOW  1. Combine all ingredients  in a shaker and give it a twirl. 2. Shaken not stirred. 3. Pour in a highball glass and garnish with a fresh rosemary sprig. Take a match and light the tip of the spring for a smoke effect.   Enjoy. BlueIslandOysterBar.com  @BlueIslandOysterBar 52

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REALTY REPORT REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

CHERRY CREEK

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

2901 E Cedar Ave, Polo Club

$3,600,000

$3,200,000

89%

33

6

8

867 S Columbine St, Bonnie Brae

$2,500,000

$2,500,000

100%

14

6

6

360 Adams St, Cherry Creek

$2,475,000

$1,900,000

77%

146

4

4

1576 Cherryville Rd, Greenwood Village

$1,855,000

$1,855,000

100%

1

5

5

105 Fillmore St #208, Cherry Creek

$1,950,000

$1,850,000

95%

27

3

4

375 S York St, Washington Park

$1,750,000

$1,675,000

96%

23

4

5

45 Ash St, Hilltop

$1,950,000

$1,530,000

78%

142

5

5

277 S Dexter St, Hilltop

$1,499,000

$1,383,000

92%

43

4

4

1049 S Race St, Washington Park

$1,289,000

$1,375,000

107%

2

4

4

655 S Clarkson St, Washington Park

$1,250,000

$1,300,000

104%

3

4

5

22 Crestmoor Dr, Crestmoor

$1,290,000

$1,289,278

100%

1

5

4

444 S Williams St, Washington Park

$1,245,000

$1,245,000

100%

1

4

3

301 Harrison St #103, Cherry Creek North

$1,500,000

$1,200,000

80%

68

3

5

301 Garfield St #1E, Cherry Creek

$1,285,000

$1,185,000

92%

62

2

3

777 S Downing St, Washington Park

$1,159,000

$1,159,000

100%

5

5

3

351 Jackson St, Cherry Creek North

$1,150,000

$1,155,000

100%

7

3

4

3060 Ohm Way, Bonnie Brae

$995,000

$1,110,000

112%

7

3

3

540 Madison St, Cherry Creek

$1,095,000

$1,020,000

93%

5

3

4

This data is a sampling of sold properties from February, 2018.

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APRIL

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR up to four hours of craft beer tast-

1 - 19

13

WASHINGTON PARK HOME TOUR

40TH ANNUAL SPRING BRASS RING LUNCHEON

1157 S Williams Street,

ings featuring over 100 craft beers, including some of the best local favorites. Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco & Music Festival, headlined by The

Hilton Denver City Center

Offspring is a day filled with craft

The 20th anniversary of the Wash

This Spring, the Children’s Diabetes

beer, tasty gourmet tacos, Lucha Li-

Park Home Tour will feature five fab-

Foundation will host their 40th An-

bre style wrestling and live music!

ulous homes representing a range of

nual Spring Brass Ring Luncheon

SabrosoTacoFest.com

styles and eras. Stop by the Street

and Fashion Show benefiting pro-

Fair for food, drink, games and prizes!

grams of the Guild of the Children’s

SteelePta.org

Diabetes

Denver, CO 80210

1 EASTER BRUNCH AT BLUE ISLAND OYSTER BAR Blue Island Oyster Bar

Join Blue Island Oyster Bar for Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 1st

Foundation.

The

event

will be held on Friday, April 13th,

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2018 at the Hilton Denver City Cen-

BELGIAN BREW FEST

ter located at 1701 California street

The Garden @ Bruz Beers

(formerly

The 2nd annual Belgian Brew Fest

Marriott

City

Center).

childrensdiabetesfoundation.org

started as a celebration of Belgian-style beer and the Denver brew-

14 & 15

eries bringing it to life. Come enjoy the first outdoor festival of the season with your favorite friends, fam-

from 11am and make reservations

SPRING FLEA

now for either Brunch or Dinner!

TBD

over 10 breweries including guest

BlueIslandOysterBar.com

Spring break, spring cleaning and...a

brewery Ommegang this year. Kom-

Spring Flea! That's right fav FLEAks,

bucha vendor for designated driver.

we return April 14-15 at an undis-

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6 FIRST FRIDAYS AT INFINITE MONKEY THEOREM

ily, and Flemish Reds! Live bands,

closed location, because what would be the fun in spilling those beans now? So get ready for that #newnew—new season, new vendors, new

Infinite Monkey Theorem

location—and save the date today!

Every First Friday of the month The

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Winery will be open to the public (410pm) - come on down! We'll have great food, amazing art, live music, and of course ridiculously good wine! TheInfiniteMonkeyTheorem.com

21 DENVER SPRING WINE FESTIVAL Lil Devils

7 APRÈS YOGA

Wine is waiting for you this spring. Time to enjoy the taste and friendly faces. Educate yourself while sipping and socialize the best way in a great venue with a

Ratio Beerworks

cup in your hand, sun may be shining,

Join Après Yoga for the next edition

but delight in the specials. Denver.org

of Breathe, Bend & Brew at Ratio Beerworks in Denver. We will practice

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We are always accepting submissions

taproom after class, or Après Yoga!

SABROSO TACO FEST

in our Calendar section. Submissions

Our Ratio event occurs on the 1st Sat-

Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

are accepted via the Contact Us tab

urday of each month! Denver.org

This Sabroso festival date will feature

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