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Endless Summer, Puerto Rican patio party and more on the culinary calendar

The evenings are getting cooler -- but summer is far from over. With everything from an Endless Summer beerfest to a chef's challenge at the Broomfield farmers' market, It's a great week to get out and get a taste of this town's culinary scene. Here are just some of the event highlights:

See also: - A second helping of Cafe Society August 5-9 - Native Foods Cafe joining Jax, Udi's, Cuba Cuba in City Set - 100 Favorite Dishes: Sopressata pizza from Kaos

Monday, August 12:

The first 500 customers to arrive at the Tavern Downtown, 1949 Market Street, from 5:30 p.m. till close will receive a complimentary shot of Fireball Whiskey; select guests will also be invited to the VIP lounge, where free appetizers and giveaways will be available. Call 303-299-0100 more details.

Steuben's, 523 East 17th Avenue, continues its third annual Picnics on the Patio series. The monthly, family-style parties take place on the patio through September, and each is inspired by a different regional cuisine. Tonight's picnic begins at 6 p.m. and will feature a Puerto Rico-inspired menu. Seats are $60 per person, and include five courses paired with drinks (wine, beer, cocktails). Visit the Facebook page for more details and the full summer schedule.

Urbiculture has invited yoga instructor Lesia Wasylkevych to lead a yoga class at Gabrielle's Garden, 832 Kalamath Street, from 6 to 7 p.m. every Monday. There is a suggested donation of $5; RSVP to [email protected]

Prospect Park in Longmont hosts a food-truck party every Monday night from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Prospect Eats also features live, local music; visit the website for the full schedule.

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