Cherry Creek Arts Festival
July 3, 2010 by Post Team
Cherry Creek Arts Festival – Ready, Set, spicy! You know that summer is in full swing when the sun beats down on the Arts Festival Cherry Creek, which begins its three-day crowd broke out tonight at 7:00, the Clayton Street between Second and Third avenues. This annual event attracts crowds of Arty Farty grubniks and type-in booth after booth exhibition by visual artist and show; Chinese yoga, tai chi and Zumba on Fillmore Plaza and a lodge that will help the culture move sending the Biennale 2010 in America.
But while the title promises Arts “,” this festival is really about food, with a culinary demonstration stage, which this year will feature the cuisine of sperm Elise Wiggins (Panzano), Jeff Bolton (Second Home) Brendon Doyle (EatBar Jonesy), Robert Diaz (Mezcal), Andrew Lubatty (Avenue Grill), students of culinary studies program at the Art Institute of Colorado, Denver and dynamic leaders FIVE – Troy Guard (TAG), Tyler Wiard (Elway Cherry Creek), Matt Selby (Vesta dipping Grill and Steuben), Jamey Fader (Lola and Big Red F Restaurant Group) and Brian Laird (Barolo Grill).
Foodophiles can fill the belly along the Avenue processor, an assortment of 22 restaurants, cafes and caterers including Caribbean Cuisine, India House, Saigon and Savory Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill. It is the epicenter of the “kitchen of the world,” said Carol Hiller, culinary director for the festival. The festival is free – Although food and beverages are not. For all details www.cherryarts.org visit.
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