Restaurant Week March 1 thru March 10
Friday March 1st
Runs until Friday, March 8th, 2024
$55 per person
Call 303 690 1025 For Reservations!
British meat pie – braised beef filling in a savory pastry shell + arugula salad
Carolina style shrimp & grits – prawns, white wine cream + grits
beet salad – arugula, spinach, salt-roasted beets, goat cheese
pepitas + honey/Dijon vinaigrette
Sri Lankan black tea braised beef – beef chuck roast, bok choy, turmeric roasted potatoes + braising liquor demi
coc au vin – red wine braised chicken stew + egg noodles
mushroom sacchetti – mushroom filled pasta satchels, artichokes
lemon/cream sauce + pecorino
buttermilk chocolate cake
strawberry pot de crème
04:00 PM - 09:30 PM
Lucas & Lewellen Wine Dinner
Thursday March 7th
Special Guest Owner Mike Lewellen
Family Owned Estate Winery
$89 Per person ;us Tax and Gratuity
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The vineyards of Lucas & Lewellen are located in the three wine growing valleys of Santa Barbara County: Santa Ynez Valley, Los Alamos Valley, and the Santa Maria Valley. These valley vineyards benefit from a rare transverse mountain range topography, an east-west orientation which channels the cool ocean air of the Pacific into the coastal valleys, allowing warm days and cool nights, to produce a long, gentle growing season. A family owned and operated winery, Lucas & Lewellen Vineyards practices old world and sustainable farming methods, our responsibility as stewards of the land for future generations.
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Live Motown by Amanda V & Ron Ivory
Saturday March 16th
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303 690 1025
One cannot speak about popular music without speaking about Motown, the historic record label founded in 1959 by musical genius, Berry Gordy Jr. As the label got its start in Detroit, Michigan, Gordy Jr. named the label Motown after Detroit's nickname, Motor Town.
Motown artists consisted of individual singers as well as groups. Many of them toured together in the 1960s at the height of Hitsville's reign, forming a Motown family who brought the world soulful sounds that were unique to each member.
Here are a few of Motown's biggest acts:
The Supremes This soulful and sexy trio (later renamed Diana Ross and The Supremes) featured Diana Ross, Florence Ballard, and Mary Wilson. They sang about love in a plethora of ways giving the world songs like "Baby Love," "Stop in the Name of Love," and "You Can't Hurry Love."
Smokey Robinson and The Miracles William "Smokey" Robinson Jr. not only wrote songs for other Motown artists, but he also sang lead in a group with Bobby Rogers, Billy Griffin, and Claudette Rogers (who eventually became his wife). The group dazzled audiences with songs like "Tears of a Clown," "Shop Around," and "Tracks of my Tears." Stevie Wonder Born Stevland Hardaway Judkins (his mom later changed his last name to Morris),
Stevie Wonder was hailed a musical genius and multitalented musician. Even though he became blind shortly after birth, he was able to play multiple instruments and bless the world with songs like "Fingertips," "Superstition," and "You can Feel it All Over."