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The holiday season, albeit magical, is also draining. Hours of gift shopping in crowded stores, visiting family and the general hustle and bustle of the holidays can be overwhelming. If December’s stress is still lingering, visit one of these local wellness studios for a rejuvenating New Year’s refresh for the body and mind.
Authors Ted Conover, Erika T. Wurth and Dale Bridges release new books set in Colorado that are definitely worth a read.
Located inside the historic Ice House, Pirate Alley Boucherie is serving a taste of the south with New Orleans-inspired sandwiches and small plates. If you can’t make it downtown for lunch, Chef Kyle Foster shares his recipe for a big bowl of warm and comforting gumbo to make at home.
Sarah Tedford decorates for the holidays with handmade, custom wreaths.
SuitShop is taking the menswear industry by storm and Denver-based co-founder Diana Ganz is at the center if it all.
Tailgate N Go makes cooking outdoors easy with its portable kitchen and dry box.
Downtown’s new Slate Hotel immerses you in Denver’s rich educational legacy.
Bezel, a sophisticated watering hole in the heart of downtown Denver, is celebrating the season with a festive pop-up bar serving cold-weather cocktails, such as the Clarified Peppermint Cocoa. The concoction takes three days to make, so plan ahead to be sure it’s ready to fill the punch bowl at your annual holiday party.
Old Elk Distillery master distiller Greg Metze brings nearly four decades of unmatched bourbon experience to Colorado.
Nestled in the Birdsall & Co. cozy garden boutique in Englewood, The Botanical Bakery of Denver eloquently blends, as its name suggests, baking with botanicals.