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From Santa to Spotted Dick, Four Tasty Events on Denver's Culinary Menu This Weekend

The holiday season is all about family, fun, and food, lots of food. Luckily the calendar is packed with plenty of tasty events to unwrap this weekend, including a surprise free feed on Christmas Day. Keep reading to dig into a few Christmas gifts that you'll actually enjoy, unlike that shirt your aunt got you.  

Friday, December 25

Viand Modern American and Reunion Gastro Pub + Wine Bar are serving up a holiday meal for those less fortunate today. From 4 to 6 p.m. both restaurants will be serving a free turkey dinner to those who are in need of a meal. The meal can be enjoyed at either restaurant or ]taken to-go, and will include turkey with several side dishes. For more information, contact Viand at 303-534-0404 or Reunion at 303-844-5280. 

Both ViewHouse locations will be open on Christmas Day at 5 p.m., serving up a few Christmas Day food specials and a seasonal cocktail, the peppermint Godiva chocolate martini, $1 from the sale of each chocolate martini will be donated to the Care for Colorado Toy Drive. For more information, call the ViewHouse at 720-878-2015.

Saturday, December 26 

Argyll Whiskey Beer is celebrating Boxing Day with a special three-course menu. The menu will feature chicken tikka salad and skewers, beef Wellington, shepherd's pie, vegetable gratin  and spotted dick. Argyll will also feature bomber specials all day. For reservations and more information, call the restaurant at 303-847-0850.

Sunday, December 27  

Today and every Sunday, Spangalang Brewery is hosting Vinyl Sundays with the Denver Kush Club. The Kush Club will be handing out free joint cards and other swag, and you can bring your own records to play. The brewery will even take $1 off all beers for the day. For more information, check out

For more Food & Drink events, go to our online calendar. If you know of an event that should be included in that calendar, send information to [email protected]
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