The newest Modmarket will open on Tuesday, July 30 at 3475 South University Boulevard in Cherry Hills. This will be the homegrown chain's fifth restaurant in the metro area, and two more locations are slated to open this fall: in Longmont and on the 16th Street Mall. Find more information on Modmarket here, and keep reading for a taste of what else is on the culinary menu this week.
Tuesday, July 30:
Tasty Colfax is back for the fifth year in a row, offering samples from over twenty restaurants and bars along the famous street, all located between York and Monroe. While diners move from location to location, they can also enjoy live music and other performance. Tickets are $20 in advance at tastycolfax.com, or $25 on the day of the event.
Wednesday, July 31:
EDGE Restaurant and Bar at Four Seasons Hotel is hosting EDGE On Par, a luncheon to showcase a new Colorado-based active-wear line called ellabelle. For $21, guests will get to enjoy an informal modeling of ellabelle clothing, as well as a healthy lunch that includes a mini lean & green smoothie, roasted tomato soup, watermelon frisee salad (one of our 100 Favorite Dishes) and a lemon cream fruit tart. To reserve your spot, call 303-389-3050.
Thursday, August 1:
Sit back, relax and watch Caddyshack under the stars at BMW's Ultimate Dining Event at Larimer Square tonight. The restaurants of Larimer Square will be extending their patios for the evening for those who wish to dine during the movie, which will be playing on two giant screens (call the restaurants to make a reservation). The movie itself is free, as is the live entertainment that will proceed the screening -- and you can even test-drive a BMW. For more information, visit the website.
Friday, August 2:
From 6 to 9 p.m. tonight, head to Dener's Art District on Santa Fe for First Friday, where you can enjoy work at sixty galleries and art studios, and also appreciate the culinary efforts of the restaurants in the area, as well as food trucks that will be on-site to serve the hordes.
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