The Young Funds 8th Annual Wine Tasting to benefit The Childrens Hospital in Denver will be held Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at Hai Bar Below, located at 3600 W. 32nd Ave., Denver. Tickets are $35 per person and include wine tasting and sushi samples. There will also be a silent auction.
On Sept. 26, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., The Root Sellers artisan food cooperative will host Taste of Place, a marketplace for amateur food artisans and artisan food enthusiasts. The aim is to provide a venue for people to sell products that come from their own kitchens, pantries and backyards.
striped bass or Gold Canyon nevernever hanger steak. The two dessert choices are dark chocolate caramel salt tart or an organic Colorado peach cobbler. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit The School Food Project. Salt is located at 1047 Pearl St.
In related news, Twisted Pines inaugural Twisted Mini Golf Tournament on Sept. 2 raised $700 for the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center, which brings people with disabilities together with horses to help in the recovery process. The event was part of an ongoing series of community events that will continue throughout the fall.
The West End Tavern has been hosting beer dinners for years, but for the first time the restaurant will bring its food to a brewery instead of a brewerys beer to the restaurant. The taverns mobile smoker, Bessie, hits the road to Golden City Brewery for a beer dinner under the stars on Sept.
The group recently filed a complaint in Orange County (Calif.) Superior Court claiming that several retailers and olive oil producers, including such varied outlets as Wal-Mart and Bristol Farms, have misled Californians for years about the actual quality of the olive oil on sale.
The Wildlife Experience will hold its 2010 Art Ale event on Friday, Aug. 20, from 6 to 10 p.m. Guests can enjoy food and beverages from some of Colorados finest local breweries and restaurants, relax in the cigar lounge and peruse The Wildlife Experiences galleries and exhibits.
Jills Restaurant debuted its new outdoor patio on Walnut Street on July 23. Jills, the modern bistro located in the St. Julien Hotel Spa, now offers street-side seating options and tables with views of the Flatirons. The additional 250-square-foot expansion features custom-made black iron railings, seven marble table tops and 14 copper chairs.