<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - TidBites]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of June 12, 2014]]> “We use our toddy coffee and toddy coffee is a 24-hour-brewed cold coffee,” said barista Rachel Bronk. “We submerge it in water for 24 hours then we pull it and then we cut it with less water than our usual iced coffee so there’s a really high amount of caffeine.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Jun. 29, 2015]]> Without an ocean in sight for about 1,000 miles, one would not expect Boulder County to possess one of the best sushi hubs in the country. But Sushi Tora, at 2014 10 St. in Boulder, was recently named one of the 21 best sushi spots in America by Thrillist.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Justin's releases candy bar sign]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | A tastier Halloween]]> <![CDATA[Food happenings]]> Sunday, May 4 is International Respect for Chickens Day, on which vegans of the world will show solidarity for their fine, feathered friends. Participants are encouraged to hand out leaflets, call their local radio stations or host a vegan open house to show the carnivores of the world that there is life after Col. Sanders.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Races of the species]]> <![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 | Mother’s Day at Arugula Ristorante]]> <![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 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 | Week of Feb. 26, 2015]]> The chefs will create tasting stations and serve small plates based on their chosen theme. Wines from the Francis Ford Coppola Winery will be served, and Lucky’s Bakehouse pastry chef Jen Bush will supply desserts. There will be live music from Maxwell Hughes, formerly of The Lumineers, and directors, actors and producers will be at the event as well.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of March 12, 2015]]> Or, head over to the ReAnimate Yourself beer tent where Oskar Blues brews will be served. Live music will be bumping at both. There’s also Grandpa’s Pub Crawl from 6:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday night — a free shuttle from Very Nice Brewery will be available.]]> <![CDATA[TIDBITES | Twisted Pine hosts benefit ]]> <![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 Jan. 15, 2015]]> Black Cat Bistro in Boulder will be hosting a six-course beef dinner on Jan. 26 at 6:30 p.m. The beef will be sourced from their own farm, and the event is a special opportunity to honor the Scottish Highland cattle that were brought to the farm last year.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of March 5, 2015]]> Collaborations include those from Boulder County locals The Post, Twisted Pine, Upslope, Boulder Beer, West Flanders, Powder Keg and many more. Left Hand Brewing and Frisco’s Backcountry Brewery, for instance, have collaborated to make a chocolate rye weizenbock that will be available at the fest.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | I’ll drink to that]]> Unless you have been living under a rock, you must be aware of the hard work Colorado firefighters have put in all summer. Here’s your chance to thank them.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of June 27, 2013]]> The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced June 20 that customers at two restaurants in Colorado may have been exposed to the virus hepatitis A. The two restaurants include Groovy Greens in Niwot.]]> <![CDATA[TIDBITES]]> The restaurant took its time taking over the spot that used to house the North Boulder Cafe, staggering the opening with a big party on Halloween, featuring performances from hip hop acts Afroman and Nappy Roots, and then pulling things back before opening up all the way earlier in mid-November.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of March 26, 2015]]> “We are thankful for this opportunity to have served Boulder’s dining community,” said owners John and Eleni Deering in a press release. “We gave it all our love which makes our closing bittersweet. We will miss all our wonderful customers and friends and our special connections with our local arts community like the Dairy Center.]]>