Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns

Opinion: To help save Colorado restaurants, we need another round of alcohol to go

Over the past 15 months, Coloradans have experienced many things that we never could have imagined prior: a global pandemic, the shutdown and closure of scores of beloved local businesses, remote schooling for countless children, and so much more.  Colorado restaurants have been severely impacted between the spring and winter 2020 indoor-dining shutdowns and the […]

Posted inCulture, Food and Restaurants, News

Colorado may permanently allow cocktails to-go as bill makes its way through the legislature

People in Colorado may keep celebrating happy hour at home with beverages from their favorite restaurants after the state House passed a measure to extend the sale of to-go cocktails past the duration of coronavirus pandemic. State representatives unanimously advanced the bill to the Senate on Wednesday, KUSA-TV reported. A previous executive order from Democratic Gov. […]

Posted inCOVID, Culture, Food and Restaurants, News, Politics and Government

Colorado lawmakers want to keep your to-go quarantinis flowing beyond the coronavirus crisis

There’s a lot Coloradans would rather forget about quarantine 2020, but here are a few things they might want to keep: the Rio’s carry-out margarita “survival kit,” the five-cocktail “Dr. Manhattan” from Post Brewing Co., and to-go bottles of Asahi beer via patio pickup at Sushi Den. Take-out cocktails, bottles of wine and growlers of […]