<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - TidBites]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Gluten-free pizza crust spreads]]> The additional Nick-N-Willy's shops are in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota and Kansas. Nick-N-Willy's is offering its Signature Pizzas, like the Aegean, Big Kahuna or the Magellan, along with its Ultimate Pizzas and Build Your Own selections, atop a gluten-free crust for dining in or take-n-bake.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Jan 8, 2015]]> The event, called FEED: Cold, will serve patrons four small plates and cocktails that are accompanied by and supplemented by artistic performances. It is a follow-up to a previous event by The Catamounts, a theatrical production company that runs shows throughout Colorado.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Dec. 11, 2014]]> Any food establishment with 20 or more locations will have to include calorie counts of its offerings on menus, including movie theater snack bars, grocery store delis and more. Even many alcoholic beverages will be covered, making the guidelines far stricter than most health advocates expected.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of August 28, 2014]]> According to a press release (and the giant signs in its windows), Lyfe Kitchen is “a restaurant whose focus is on dishes that are 600 calories or less and which uses local, natural and organic products.” Low-calorie and organic? In Boulder? Inconceivable!.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of October 10, 2013]]> It’s time to answer the paramount question: Who makes the best hummus in Boulder?]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Bus to beer]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Beau Jo’s serving gluten-free crust]]> The DRY Soda Tasting Truck is spending the month of November in Colorado, sampling their most popular flavors..]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Dec. 4, 2014]]> “The evening will also highlight delicious dishes like a beet latke with parsnip sauerkraut paired with BRU’s Gabe & The Giant Peach sour mash golden ale or butternut brown toffee pudding with roasted squash and crème fraîche ice cream and paired with Wild Woods Butternut Brown Ale,” BRU wrote in a press release.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Jan. 1, 2015]]> “Fernet is a dark minty liqueur made with herbs and spices and aged in oak barrels. Leopold Bros. has crafted its own unique recipe which includes lavender, honeysuckle, ginger root, bitter aloe, dandelion root, rose petals, chamomile and peppermint,” Odell said in a press release.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Dec. 24, 2014]]> Well, another year is in the books. Time to put on your classiest or trashiest and head out to celebrate the coming of a new year. A year, we hope, will bring the completion of goals, the finding of peace and the reunification of enemies once friends..]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of June 20, 2013]]> Boulder has become a mecca of microbreweries, and the University of Colorado Boulder’s Alumni Association and the Boulder History Museum are celebrating this June 21 with “Buffs on Tap: A Taste of Boulder’s Brewing History.”]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Twisted tastes]]> Twisted Pine will be offering a small-bites-and-beer pairing along with a presentation on the history of brew.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Feb. 19, 2015]]> The Blind Café is teaming up with local blind organizations to raise awareness and benefit the local blind community, while also providing a unique dining experience for those who attend. The night includes a vegetarian meal, prepared by a local chef, and live music… all executed in pitch darkness.]]> <![CDATA[TIDBITES | Twisted Pine rolls out new brews]]> Boulders Twisted Pine Brewery is presenting Craft Beer Week from May 17-23, featuring beer specials and events. Monday, May 17, is the Independence Ale tapping, with $2 pints. Tuesday, May 18, is Trivia T-Shirt Giveaway Night, and Wednesday, May 19, is Keep the Pint Night.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | A delicious way to celebrate Veteran´s Day]]> Veteran’s Day provides the perfect backdrop for Boulder County nonprofit Veterans Helping Veterans Now to do its title justice.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of April 16, 2015]]> “As the temperatures begin to rise, so does our excitement for the annual Upslope Get Down music festival,” said Upslope Marketing Manager Katie Hill in a press release. “Year one was a huge success and we’re looking forward to making the second annual event bigger and better.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of July 24, 2014]]> Bite-sized food stories for the week of July 24.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of October 9, 2014]]> The chain has 15 locations across the U.S., mostly in metro foodie centers, and focuses on making meals that are both healthy and delicious. Nothing on the menu clocks in at more than 600 calories and there are plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free items.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of April 9, 2015]]> Spring is the season of change. As we take the time to clean the junk from our homes, make plans for the summer and reorganize our lives, the restaurant scene in Boulder County is doing the same thing. New restaurants are replacing old ones, Boulder favorites are relocating and local businesses are expanding.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of April 2, 2015]]> To many, Easter means a lot more than just celebrating the holiday — it’s a time to gather with friends and family and welcome in springtime. With the Farmers’ Markets opening in Longmont and Boulder on Saturday, flowers blooming out of nowhere and multiple meal options throughout the county, here’s a few ways to spend this weekend.]]>