Ready for some warm weather?  The timing could not be more perfect! Forget the traffic jams and slippery asphalt, and start dreaming of the warmer days to come at the first Red Rocks show of the season (or with a stroll through Golden as it kicks off its Winter Lights, Winter Nights festival). There’s also a beer and cookie pairing, a pasta-making class (a valuable skill you can use when the next snowstorm rolls in), and even a bottomless taco and mac & cheese bar for the Super Bowl. What more could you ask for?  Get out and enjoy this amazing city!

Bundle up for Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks 

Friday, February 1
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre
Can’t wait for summer concert season? Head to Red Rock’s only winter concert this weekend for a jump start on your 2019 music experiences. The headliners for this event include Atmosphere, De La Soul, Living Legends, Watsky, deM atlas, The Lioness, DJ Keezy and DJ Cassidy.
Cost: Tickets start at $49.95

Pregame for Winter on the Rocks with drink specials and a free trolley to the show 

Friday, February 1
Nomad Taqueria & Beer Garden
If you’ve got your Winter on the Rocks tickets secured, head up early to pre-game at this Oskar Blues sponsored party where they’ll be pouring up two-for-one Pale Ales and serving a special “God Loves Fugli” taco. You’ll also get to taste the limited edition IPA brewed specially for Winter on the Rocks, then you can catch a ride on the Oskar Blues’ trolley to the show.
Cost: Free to attend

Explore Golden’s culinary scene during Winter Lights, Winter Nights 

Friday, February 1-Monday, February 10
Various locations
During this 10-day-long event, Golden will get an extra glow every night at 5pm as light displays are illuminated along Clear Creek. Walk the path and stop in at some of the town’s breweries and distilleries along the way before making you way to one of the restaurants offering special deals on food and drinks like a free dessert with purchase at Bridgewater Grill or a dinner for two including a duo of entrees and a bottle of wine for $59.95 at Old Capitol Grill & Smokehouse.
Cost: Restaurant specials vary

Eat and drink your way through a beer and cookie pairing 

Saturday-Sunday, February 2-3
Denver Beer Company’s Platte Street and Arvada taprooms
Got a sweet tooth? Then this event is for you. For one price, you’ll get to sample four different cookies from Victory, Love & Cookies each paired with a 4 ounce pour of a Denver Beer Co. brew.
Cost: $20/person pre-sale, $25 day-of

Don your lederhosen for a German-themed party at Prost 

Saturday, February 2
Prost Brewing Company
This brewery specializes in German-style brews, so it’s about time they host their first ever German night. They’ve teamed up with Polka Folka for an evening of live music. A German-style food truck will be on hand serving up plenty of eats, and festive attire is encouraged.
Cost: Free to attend

Be among the first to see the new Denver Fashion Week exhibit 

Saturday, February 2
McNichols Building
Over the past 10 years, Denver’s fashion scene has evolved and grown. This new exhibit takes a looks back at the past decade of Denver Fashion Weekend (now Week!) events and will give you a behind-the-scenes glimpse of runway shows and the work of local designers.
Cost: Free to attend

Eat meat-free at a one day only vegan pop-up 

Saturday, February 2
Choice Market
This spot is always a great choice for a quick meal or snack on the go but this weekend the chefs here are whipping up a special all-vegan menu for a pop-up lunch. Try options like the Beyond Meat meatball sandwich, a barbecue jackfruit bowl with green chile mac and cheese and mustard slaw, and a tofu bibimbap with vegan fried kimchi brown rice.
Cost: $5 for a ticket to secure your spot, the rest depends on what you order

Learn how to make pasta from the pros 

Saturday, February 2
Dio Mio
Get excited to go to Sunday school. Dio Mio is one of the best in town at dishing up seriously craveable pasta and now you learn some of those skills for your own homemade pasta adventures. This intro to pasta making class includes a lesson on the basics, vino for sipping during class, lunch, and a stash of fresh pasta for you to take home.
Cost: $75/person

Feast at a bottomless taco and mac & cheese bar for the big game 

Sunday, February 3
Yes, that says bottomless tacos and mac & cheese. And as if you needed any more motivation to make this your new Super Bowl Sunday priority, FNG will also be offering specials on sliders, sandwiches, and salads along with deals on local brews from Oasis and 10 Barrel Brewing Co.
Cost: The taco and mac & cheese bar is $25

Indulge in a four-course, guest chef dinner 

Sunday, February 3

Frasca Food and Wine

The team at this lauded Boulder restaurant is welcoming special guests for a one-night only meal highlighting the food and wine from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of northeast Italy. The Sirk family, who are behind Italy's La Subida, are longtime friends of the Frasca family and the collaboration promises to be a memorable one.

Cost: $180/person includes the full tasting menu and wine pairings

With the better weather.....   Thoughts turn to new homes.... how about checking out one of these open homes this weekend?  

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Have a great weekend!

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