Denver

WTF

Denver Restaurant Would Love for People to Stop Driving Cars Through Its Wall

The Hornet is not a drive-thru, but three drivers this year have thought otherwise.
Bettina Makalintal
4 days ago
COLORADO

Denver Cafe Criticized for Saying It 'Happily' Gentrifies Neighborhood

Now, community members have erupted in protest, and the local NAACP chapter is calling for a boycott of the chain.
Mayukh Sen
11.27.17
MARIJUANA

Colorado Restaurant Workers Head to Greener Pastures At Dispensaries

Colorado’s legal marijuana boom is in full swing, but the industry is having some unforeseen, negative impacts on other sectors of the state’s economy.
Gigen Mammoser
4.2.17
beer

These Female Brewers Have Created an Anti-Trump Beer

“It will look like a delicate beer but it will knock you on your ass.”
Daisy Meager
1.6.17
alcohol

Why People Camp Out in Freezing Temperatures for This Whiskey

I waited with hundreds of people for a chance to pick up a bottle Stranahan’s Snowflake, a one-of-a-kind whiskey released just once a year.
Natalie B. Compton
12.14.16
Weed

Denver Will Be the First US City to Allow the Use of Marijuana in Bars and Restaurants

Denver voters passed Proposition 300, and the use weed in restaurants and bars is now legalized—but there's still a catch before you light up a joint at your table.
Alex Swerdloff
11.17.16
Denver

Who Needs a Cat Cafe When You Can Get Drunk at a Cat Wine Bar?

It was only a matter of time before a felinophile with a big dream and a penchant for booze connected the dots.
Nick Rose
6.15.16
beer

Craftwerk: Denver's TRVE Is Where Metal Meets Craft Beer

When Nick Nunns and Zach Coleman aren't playing and listening to metal, they're hard at work making beer at their Denver brewery.
Nick Nunns and Zach Coleman
3.11.16
Weed

Bong Appetit: Simply Pure

Abdullah Saeed travels to Denver to meet Wanda James and Scott Durrah, the first African-American dispensary owners in Colorado and the manufacturers of Simply Pure cannabis-infused products.
Abdullah Saeed
2.10.16
crime

This Pizzeria Will Give You Free Pizza for a Year If You Catch Their Burglar

A pizza place in Denver called Kaos is now offering free pizza for an entire year to anyone who can help police find the thief who recently burglarized the business.
Alex Swerdloff
1.11.16
crime

Mysterious Teen Burglars Are Stealing Denver's Hot Pockets and Netflix

That’s right, the shadowy specter has an unwavering hunger for the precious snacks and 'Cowboy Bebop' episodes of unsuspecting Coloradans.
Alex Swerdloff
9.17.15
Pizza

Cops Are Giving Away Pizza to Reward People for Obeying the Law

If you're in Denver and happen to help someone across the street or wait for the light rather than jaywalking, you might find a Segway cop handing you a pizza gift card.
Hilary Pollack
7.29.15
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