The Ten Tastiest Events on the Culinary Calendar for Denver, August 15-19
Mister Tuna is hosting a party for the restaurant industry.
The work week starts out with a special party at Mister Tuna for restaurant-industry members, and ends with a pop-up beer garden off the 16th Street Mall. In between, you can take cooking classes or try special wine dinners. (Fair warning: the Colorado Proud dinner at ViewHouse Centennial has been cancelled.) Keep reading for the ten tastiest events on the culinary calendar this week.
Troy Guard at Mister Tuna.
Mister Tuna, Troy Guard's latest, will host an industry party from 8 to midnight tonight for cooks, managers, servers, dishwashers, hosts — the whole restaurant industry crew. Mister Tuna will be providing courtesy drink tickets and appetizers and a DJ will spin all night. The event is free and space is limited; RSVP on Eventbrite for the Mister Tuna Industry Party.
Frasca Food and Wine welcomes Pietro Ratti, winemaker and owner of historic Barolo producer Renato Ratti, for the restaurant's Monday Night Wine Dinner; the meal is $50 per person for four courses, not including optional wine pairings. For reservations, call Frasca at 303-442-6966.
Tuesday, August 16
Stir Cooking School will teach you to cook up a few Asian classics in its Asian Noodle Workshop today. The class will highlight pad Thai, pho, soba noodles, and beef and broccoli lo mein. Class starts at 6:30 p.m. and tuition is $75; register and learn more on the Stir Cooking School website.
Keep reading for more events this week.
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