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Food-Related Events and Announcements: April 16
Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse has a new children’s tea that is perfect for spring! ORGANIC RAZZMATAZZ™ is caffeine free and a refreshing blend of fruit and herbs is reminiscent of summertime and the freedom that comes with it. Shop now.
If seasonal allergies are driving you mad, check out the Allergy Blend from Ku Cha House of Tea. This blend includes Turmeric, Nettle, Ginger, Elderflower, Tulsi, Rosemary. Order here.
West End Tavern is welcoming spring on April 22nd with—what else?—whiskey! Guests at the Tavern's 1792 Spring Fling Whiskey Dinner will sip their way through Barton 1792 Distillery's award-winning Kentucky bourbons, paired with five delicious courses. An ambassador for 1792 distillery will be on hand to lead guests through the tasting notes of each spirit selection. Tickets are $79 plus gratuity and tax, and the dinner takes place on April 22nd at 6:30 pm Seats can be reserved here.
Join Frasca Food and Wine for their annual Rosé & Champagne Brunch on May 9. Reservations are available from 11 am - 2 pm and can be made here.
Exciting news from Cured: they have brought back the incredible Xilli products to the shop! Made by a group of Mexican chefs, researchers and food scientists now located in New York, Xilli is a collection of Mexican salsas, moles, escabeches and adobos; all hands down the most amazing products this side of the border. Their sauces are authentic, elevated, all made by hand using only the freshest ingredients. Shop in store today!
Join Corrida for their Mother’s Day Brunch on May 9. Brunch will feature an a la carte menu with classic beverages. Make a reservation by calling (303) 444-1333.
Check out Savory Spices’ Top 25 most popular spices here.
Salt reopened this week! Catch them on the West End daily from 11 am - 9 pm (10 pm on Fri & Sat).
This week, we're drooling over this Rocky Mountain Avalanche Bark from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Get it in-store today - you won't be disappointed!
Drumroll please...downtown's newest restaurant Ash'Kara opened this week! Centered around a 900-degree brick oven, the menu begins with Chef Daniel Asher’s artisan, heritage grain wood-fired pita (and a to-die-for gluten free version too!) Hand-whipped hummus, the best falafel this side of the Jordan, and an array of authentic dips and spreads are the Ash’Kara signature. Make a reservation here.
Have a great weekend!
Ways to Help
Emergency Family Assistance Fund (EFFA) helps those in our community whose immediate needs for food, shelter and other basic necessities cannot be adequately met by other means, and supports their efforts toward financial stability or self-sufficiency. You can help them with a financial contribution, volunteering, or donating non-perishable food and cleaning supplies.
EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE FUND
Harvest of Hope's sole mission is food assistance. They offer clients a choice shopping experience where individuals select preferred foods within their shopping allowances. You can help them with financial assistance, volunteering or by donating the food items on their shopping list. Learn more here.
HARVEST OF HOPE
Boulder Food Rescue aims to create a more just and less wasteful food system by facilitating the sustainable redistribution of healthy food that would otherwise be wasted to low-income communities, by bicycle. The best way to help them currently is to donate or volunteer. You can learn more about the work they are doing here.
BOULDER FOOD RESCUE
Meals on Wheels Boulder provides nutritious meals and a daily well-being check to Boulder residents, regardless of age or income. The number one way to support them during this time is to contribute financially. You can do that here.
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