Denver’s Got the Brunchies

Let’s be straight forward, this list was compiled due to a sincere passion for brunch paired with an unwillingness to be patient on weekend mornings. Thus, for brunching times when the lines are simply  too long at a Denver staple (Snooze, Jelly, Sassafras, Denver Biscuit Company, etc.), opt for these equally delicious and somewhat under the radar options. You’ll be glad you…

Tailgating Like A (Super Bowl) Champ

I get it, Sundays are important to the week. Some people use them to get out of town, while others brunch through the day. But when you live in the Mile High City, more than likely you’re a die-hard Broncos fan, and Sunday is for tailgating. If you clicked on this post, you probably understand the importance of these…

For my birthday, 26 things I love about Denver

I’m not from Denver, in fact, my Colorado hometown is probably opposite of what comes to mind of when noting the Centennial State. However, when I finally moved to the capital of my native land I was pleasantly surprised by how quickly the city took this country girl in. Denver has changed significantly over the…

Local Exploration: Scratching a Travel Itch

I once read an article published by USA Today Traveler where author Jessica Festa highlighted how one can and should capitalize on those allusive days of paid vacation. As we know, getting away is much easier said than done. As the piece blatantly states, in 2014 over 40% of us didn’t. In my second full…

Cinco de Mayo Recipes Fit for Any Fiesta

Happy Cinco de Mayo. If you aren’t hitting up Broadway for a margarita crawl (see post here), but still want to party in style at home, here is a quick and easy recipe to get you feelin’ festive. Fiesta Shrimp Tacos  1⁄2 Tbsp olive oil 1⁄2 teaspoon black pepper 1⁄2 teaspoon salt 1 Tbsp hot…