TRVE Brewing will close production facility, move operation to New Image

TRVE Brewing, which opened in Denver in 2012 with a tiny three-barrel brewing system and a big personality, said Wednesday that it will stop making beer at the large off-site production facility it added in 2015 — a non-public-facing building known as the Acid Temple — and shift all of its Colorado production to New … Read more

Melrose Inspirational Garden pays tribute to a legendary Colorado storyteller

Editor’s note: This is part of The Know’s series, Staff Favorites. Each week, we offer our opinions on the best that Colorado has to offer for dining, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities and more. (We’ll also let you in on some hidden gems). When writer’s block hangs over my head like a thunderous cloud, I inevitably … Read more

Vote in our annual food bracket challenge

Do you like it when things get steamy? Then you’re not alone. We got an overwhelming response after asking readers to nominate their favorite ramen spots in the metro area. In the end, we picked 32 contestants for our annual March food bracket competition, based partly on those suggestions and partly on our own love … Read more

Sushi-Rama closing locations in DTC, Aurora, Lone Tree, Broomfield

After chef and restaurateur Jeff Osaka opened Sushi-Rama’s first restaurant in RiNo in 2015, “we grew pretty quickly,” he said, “maybe with less experience than what was required.” Osaka opened four more Sushi-Ramas in the Denver Tech Center and Lone Tree in 2018, Aurora in 2019 and Broomfield in 2022. On Valentine’s Day, Osaka closed … Read more

THC-infused seltzers available in Colorado liquor stores

A new THC-infused seltzer is now available in Colorado and, in a departure from cannabis norms, locals don’t need to go to a dispensary to purchase it. That’s because Cann seltzers are made with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) extracted from hemp rather than from marijuana. In Colorado, marijuana can only be sold by heavily … Read more

Bodega, popular brunch spot, opening 2nd location in RiNo

Two years after watching Bodega bloom with a loyal following in the Sunnyside neighborhood, Cliff Blauvelt says he “knew we had something special, and I wanted to keep growing this.” His wife and co-owner, Cara, was apprehensive at first about a second location, but as he tells the story, “I said, ‘Do you want to … Read more

The best Glenwood hot springs for couples, families

The remedial qualities of the warm waters rich in iron, sulfate, chloride, sodium and calcium high in the Rockies were discovered and enjoyed by members of the Ute Tribe a thousand or more years ago. They also were a major draw more than 100 years ago to those visiting Glenwood Hot Springs Resort, established in … Read more

New Saigon Restaurant closing in Denver after 42 years

New Saigon Restaurant, one of Denver’s best and longstanding Vietnamese restaurants, is closing its doors for good on Sunday, Feb. 25. Restaurant owners Bao and Mai Vu did not respond to a request for comment prior to publication. The building itself, at 630 S. Federal Blvd., is owned by Thai Nguyen and Ha Pham, who … Read more

Cocktail and burger bar, The W, opening in South Park Hill

Carrie and Ernest Wigglesworth have lived in the South Park Hill neighborhood with their son for 11 years, watching “restaurants come and go,” Carrie said. One of those, The Elm, was a neighborhood watering hole for the couple and a particularly tough goodbye when it closed in Dec. 2020 after 16 years. The space at … Read more

Are Colorado ski-slope moose encounters rising?

It can be hard enough for skiers and snowboarders in Colorado to avoid trees, other downhillers, poles, mystery bumps and mashed-potato snow — without also having to worry about running into a moose. But that’s not always possible, as several recent social media videos have shown. Since the 2023-24 ski season began, there have been … Read more