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The protein enthusiasts at Good Eatin' Premium Meats vacuum seal natural, antibiotic- and hormone-free meats and seafood to preserve freshness and maximize quality. Good Eatin' procures its meaty masterpieces from local ranchers and suppliers when possible, ensuring that cuts such as the 12-ounce Black Angus new york strip steak ($19.99) woos taste buds with tenderness, rather than jet lag. Two racks of blue-ribbon pork spareribs ($35) await the opportunity to fire-walk across the grill, as breast-meat chicken nuggets ($38 for 10 lbs.) unsuccessfully challenge perch fillets ($44.95) to a game of Go Fish. The protein emporium also specializes in portion-controlled meats for clients with specialized diets, and 10% of the shop's revenue swims like a finned roll of quarters into the piggy banks of community organizations.
10203 Montview Blvd
Aurora,
CO
US
Voted Best Floral Shop 2010 by Aurora Sentinel readers, House of Flowers' experienced florists bundle together a trifecta of fresh roses for a sweet-smelling gift or an uplifting addition to any space. The rose-trio bouquet, available in five colors including romantic red and vivacious orange, sits in a clear bud vase, complemented by a spray of baby's breath and accented with a matching ribbon bow tie. The lovely arrangement makes a thoughtful gift for those celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, or being invited to play badminton with Vladimir Putin. House of Flowers lines its walls with local artists' work, which clients can peruse along with the flower shop's retail store, featuring candles, stationery, chocolates, and more.
9529 E Colfax Ave
Aurora,
CO
US
2707 Florence St
Denver,
CO
US
For the last 37 years, Metro Denver Farmers Market has collected some of the best locally-grown produce in spots around the city. Held in various locations throughout the week, the farmer's market features a rotating roster of up to 30 vendors to keep the selection interesting and maintain the surprise of what's in season that week, or even that day. Options might include juicy bell peppers or fresh-cut flowers, depending on the season. In addition to colorful, fresh produce, vendors also sling items such as handmade soaps, flavorful beef, fresh European breads and pastries, and prepared foods that include breakfast burritos and tamales.
Mondays, June 16, 2014–September 29, 2014, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. or sellout
Denver,
CO
US
There's real science behind each sip of beer from?Coda Brewing Co. That's all thanks to Luke?Smith, a former yeast microbiologist who designs the brewery's fruit beers, double IPAs, sours, and other experimental varieties. Smith previously worked in a University of Colorado laboratory, often stopping?by?Cedar Creek Pub?for a pint?on his way home.?That's where he met?Cedar Creek?president?Scott Procop?the man with whom he'd eventually create?Coda's beer-science concept. Since opening Coda across the street from Cedar Creek, Smith has made a name for his beers by tapping into his scientific expertise. He incorporates unique yeast strains in brews like the?Sleepyhead Imperial Passionfruit Kolsh, which won the Silver Award?at the Great American Beer Festival in 2014. The scientific theme carries over to the brewery's glassware?sampler flights, for instance, are served in beakers by bartenders cackling with mad-scientist laughter. But despite all this science, Smith still has a soft spot for?the arts, creating beers inspired by the music of some of his favorite bands.
2101 North Ursula Street
Aurora,
CO
US
2955 Ulster St
Denver,
CO
US
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