Cinco de Mayo is an annual celebration that commemorates the Mexican victory against the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. This day is commonly mistaken, particularly by people outside of Mexico, as a celebration of Mexican independence, which actually took place over 50 years prior to the Battle of the Puebla and […]Read More
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Kentucky Derby? For me, it was always the elaborately decorated hats, floral dresses, men in pastel-colored suits and drinking all the mint juleps you could get your hands on in anticipation of a horse race (that you may or may not have […]Read More
Society Sports and Spirits Society has some of the best seating geared toward sports fans with a fantastic atmosphere! They can show up to 16 games with sound on their 28 flat screens, and have recently built a “fan cave” and a sports-books style TV wall. Fun fact: Wil, the owner, is a good friend […]Read More
In honor of Women’s History Month, I want to spotlight some of my favorite women-owned businesses in the Denver area. The Green Collective Eatery My friend, Allison Rifkin opened her Green Collective Eatery just this month! With a focus on clean, wholesome eating, the menu offers a range of tasty and healthy options. A selection […]Read More
In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to present a short list of some of the incredible black owned businesses I have had the privilege of visiting here in Denver. Okay, there’s one from Aspen and one from Florida, too. 😉 Welton Street Cafe Flynn and Mona Dickerson opened Welton Street Cafe in the […]Read More
One reason I love living in Denver is the FOOD. As a foodie and Denver local, I have tried my fair share of the city’s eateries. There are so many incredible places to go for various reasons (best, beer, best tacos, best atmosphere, etc). But in this blog, I wanted to share the top 5 […]Read More
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