SOURCE: Colorado Tourism Office

Colorado Tourism Office

February 19, 2015 15:25 ET

Colorado Is Setting the Scene for an Exciting Summer Season

DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Feb 19, 2015) - Throughout the state, visitors and locals are invited to experience what's new in Colorado this summer. For more information, visit www.COLORADO.com.

New Attractions and Activities:

New Lodging Offerings:

New Events, Festivals and Exhibits:

New Food and Beverage Offerings:

  • Avanti Food & Beverage. Avanti Food & Beverage in Denver's Lower Highland's Neighborhood (LoHi) is a modern day food hall with seven different restaurant concepts.

  • Avery Brewing Company Moves to Expanded Facility. Boulder-based Avery Brewing Company will move into a newly expanded $27 million facility this spring.

  • Blackbelly Market. The recently opened Blackbelly Market in Boulder is the first restaurant by Top Chef Season Five winner Hosea Rosenberg.

  • Canteen Tap House. After meeting in Breckenridge some 25 years ago, the trio behind The Canteen reconnected to offer a modern take on pub fare, The Canteen Tap House.

  • David Burke Kitchen. Utilizing Colorado-based ingredients, David Burke Kitchen will be Aspen's largest restaurant. Tucked away underneath the restaurant is a unique nightlife concept "Rec Room."

  • New Breweries in Fort Collins. Fort Collins recently welcomed three new breweries to its burgeoning craft beer scene: 1399 Brewing Co., Horse & Dragon Brewing Co. and Zwei Bruder.

  • Nocture. Opening February 2015, Nocturne is a modern take on the jazz and supper clubs of the mid-20th century in Denver's RiNo Arts district.

  • Ophelia's. Opening April 2015, this historic brothel/peep show/adult video library will soon become Ophelia's, a bar, restaurant and live-music venue.

  • Red Fox Cellars. Red Fox Cellars, the newest winery in Palisade, opened their tasting room to the public in fall 2014.

  • Red Maple Catering. Chef Jason Harrison's newly-launched Red Maple Catering focuses on delivering a memorable food experience at private homes and rental properties throughout the Vail Valley.

  • Stanley Marketplace. The former Stanley Aviation headquarters in Denver will be transformed into a marketplace to include a park, beer hall, multiple restaurants, boutique shops and more

  • St. Vrain Brewing Company. Estes Park's first microbrewery is set to open in early 2015 and will include a 15-barrel system, indoor tasting room and an outside patio.

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