Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project
3350 Brighton Blvd
Crooked Stave's digs are located in an old
4850 East 39th Avenue
John Hinman opened his previously wholesale-only location to retail, fittingly, on Pi Day this year. Look for his peach pies and tarts at the Union Station Farmers' Market on Saturdays, starting at 9 a.m., or stop by the bakery in North Park Hill Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hint: Go early if you want to score something peachy, but if you miss out, there are plenty of other seasonal treats, too.
1822 Blake Street
In July, Vesta celebrated its twentieth year of serving seasonal, local ingredients at its LoDo location. Even cocktails get a seasonal touch — like the Kentucky Buck, a combination of Old Granddad 114 bourbon, peach-ginger purée, ginger beer and peach bitters, garnished with slices of fresh peach. It's like summer in a glass.
321 East 45th Avenue
The Long I Pie Shop moved into its new home in the kitchen of Fort Greene, one of Globeville's hidden gems, in April this year. Shauna Lott's baked goods, including her homey and satisfying
3350 Brighton Boulevard
The tiny island of Capri, Italy may be famous for tomato salads, but Acorn makes the dish distinctly Colorado. Acorn's market salad is similar to a Caprese, but replaces balsamic vinegar with kalamata caramel and adds peaches to the mix of heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil.