With a wild blueberry gelee strategically placed around the plate, Nadine has "drunken" these Palisade peaches in bourbon. Perfect for a southern dish such as this. The peaches take on some of those classic bourbon notes: baking spice, vanilla, and cinnamon.
Vesta has never been one to stay "inside the box." Our dishes have always been unique, flavorful, and appeasing to the eye as much as to the palate. The Union Station Farmer's market runs through October 20th this year, and you can bet you'll see Chef Kayser down there every week with a basket full of some of the best agriculture this side of the Mississippi.
Our goal is to raise over $20,000 for Urban Peak to keep doing what they do best. To help support them, Vesta holds a silent auction that has featured charcuterie classes with our chef's, a chef prepared dinner at the winning bidder's home, skis, bicycles, wine, and more. There is also a wine grab with Vesta's beverage distributors generously donating some of their wares to the event.
The Big Eat is an annual celebration of Denver's finest eateries, breweries, and distilleries. It is put on by EatDenver, a co-op of the very same restaurants that participated in the Big Eat and held at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Every restaurant puts together an example of what they're all about: burgers, bites, dogs, tacos...and so much more.
[Vesta wishes] Chef Bonanno many years of prosperity, just as Vesta has been fortunate to enjoy on this very block. His talent and determination have always shone through at Denver staples such as Osteria Marco and Mizuna.
"Each year, only one U.S. city is awarded the privilege of hosting IPW, which has proven to generate over 700,000 new international visitors and $1.7 billion in new tourism revenue for host cities within three years."
"In 1991, when Charles Robbins returned to Denver from Los Angeles, he found that friends living with HIV/AIDS were wasting away before his eyes. He founded Project Angel Heart in response, modeling it after Project Angel Food, a Los Angeles organization where he had been a volunteer. In 2018, Project Angel Heart plans to deliver 385,000 medically modified meals to at least 3,000 Coloradans living with life-threatening illness in Denver and Colorado Springs."
Black and purple shirts, hats, beads, streamers, poured into the restaurant to escape the chilly 25 degree weather. Snow fell again after the game's completion, and it felt more like a winter wonderland rather than a spring day.