Wednesday, April 14 at 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Culinary Future of Boulder with Contributors to “A Bite of Boulder”
$5 – Or Free with Purchase of Cookbook
After the past year, the food industry in Boulder has undergone an evolutionary shift. In A Bite of Boulder, we were introduced to many of the deeper stories of our local restaurants, as well as their recipes. As this shift continues and the world slowly reopens, what is the culinary future of Boulder?
Join author and First Bite Owner, Jessica Benjamin, along with Owner of Japango, Erin Banis, Owner/Chef/Farmer of Black Cat Farm and Bramble & Hare, Eric Skokan, and Owner/Chef of Basta and Dry Storage, Kelly Whitaker, as they discuss what they discovered about themselves and their businesses this last year, what changes will stick around post-pandemic, and what they envision for our culinary future.
IMPORTANT TICKETING AND EVENT INFORMATION
- Tickets are $5 (plus a small convenience fee) for the access link to this virtual event. This access link will be sent 24 hours before the event.
- The virtual event begins at 5:00 pm MT / 7:00pm ET and will last about one hour. If you have issues during the event or if you’d like to ask a question during the Q&A portion, please email your questions to [email protected]
- A Bite of Boulder is available to purchase from Boulder Book Store here: boulderbookstore.net/book/9780578755540. A code will be sent to you after purchasing a ticket to this virtual event that is good for $5 off the books at checkout. Email [email protected] if you don’t receive your code.