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25 Apr 19
The Denver Post
Whatever you do, don’t call Run for the Roses a speakeasy. Even though this newest addition to the popular downtown Dairy Block is off an alleyway, down an elevator or a flight of stairs, at the end of a dark hall and behind a ticket window, the bar’s owners don’t want to mislead customers once the spot opens on May 2. While “speakeasy” conjures images of unmarked doors and secret passwords, Run for the Roses hopes to be anything but that. “Just come,” said owner Steven Waters. “We’re lucky to have you.” Luck is a common thread at this basement-turned-bar that bills itself as a destination for everyone in the way of the old-school watering holes. Run for the Roses is, of course, named for the Kentucky Derby, and it’s located below the former Celtic Tavern, which, for 16 years (until it closed in 2016), was a destination for off-track betting. MORE: Denver’s Dairy Block to host debut location of new retail concept Free Market Going back to 1920, the site was also home to stables and the Windsor Dairy. Now, Waters and his crew have scattered traces of history around their plush new cocktail lair, with jewel-toned easy chairs and the walls climbing in roses. Printed on a watercolor playing card deck are 52 classic drinks for $13 apiece, from Albertines to Diablos. They’re served alongside throwback bar snacks like deviled eggs and $20 caviar (served with creme fraiche, chives and potato chips). Waters combed through The Savoy Cocktail Book and Trader Vic’s Bartender’s Guide, among other relics, for recipes that he then modified. Some drinks, like the dry martini with gin, vermouth and orange bitters, or the paloma with tequila, grapefruit and lime, are meticulous but straightforward. Others, like the Mucho Macho, are more playful — the return of the Cosmopolitan, this time with vodka, triple sec, grenadine, lime juice and limoncello. Around 75 wines in full and half-bottles and glasses are there for non-cocktail drinkers. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] On the snack food menu, you’ll want to go straight for the late-night breakfast sandwich with house spam made from Western Daughters pork, a fried egg, cheddar cheese and ketchup. The banana split should be good for two to share with its Blue Bunny ice cream, Maraschino cherry juice, citrus marmalade and dark chocolate. Waters hopes customers will get comfy on couches playing rounds of card games or at the 15-seat bar thumbing through recipe books and adding their own preferred orders for future visits. And if it plays out, this atmosphere should balance high and low like few other spots in Denver. At the very least, you won’t have to wait long for a high-quality beverage. Ease of access and service are two tenets the team at Run for the Roses prides itself on, Waters said. So you’ll get in, and you’ll have your drink. Now, all you have to do first is find it. Starting Thursday, May 2, Run for the Roses will open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday through Sunday at 1801 Blake St. (Look for the sign in the alleyway, across from Milk Market.) For more information, head to rftrbar.com or call 720-573-9155.   
25 Apr 19
On A Good Day

I’m getting addicted to Letter Quest – a solo scrabble game on the PS4. I think it’s giving my brain happy chemicals, which is nice because I definitely don’t get those as much as I need them. My mood was so positive after playing this morning that I made a plan to have an early […]

25 Apr 19
Emma Coburn

Fuel Yo Self Chicken Salad Sammy I don’t always crave protein, and sometimes have a hard time getting enough in during the day. This chicken salad is one of my favorite ways to get protein in. Super good on a sandwich, in a wrap, or just by itself. Enjoy! 4 chicken breasts 1 cup almonds […]

25 Apr 19
Traveling with a Baby

So, you may ask, why Amsterdam? Known for marijuana and the red light district – it may not seem like the ideal place to travel with young kids. We were itching to go to Europe, and we figured if not now, then when? Not when we potentially have 3 kids, and not when Christian is […]

25 Apr 19
Maddietown

An adventurous month full of fun and laughter. When I last left this blog, it was the beginning of a beautifully sunny period in my life, financially, emotionally, mentally and of course, physically. When I tell you the climate is changing, I mean it. The sun began to peek out of the clouds and that […]

25 Apr 19
Kelsea Forward

I see grapes in the grocery store all the time, and I eat them often, but I had no idea there were so many in California.

25 Apr 19
Thrive Global
Can one be considered a fanatic of a person who preaches a healthy lifestyle? Yes, and, on the one hand, this is bad, because many fanatics of a healthy lifestyle try to impose their culture on the “unenlightened”. On the other hand, they do it absolutely sincerely, because, having tasted a healthy life, it is almost impossible to come back. I was very pleased to see that several people, inspired by my example, also embarked on the path of proper nutrition and minimizing bad habits. The only trouble is that there were dozens of people who learned from me, as I lost weight, and only a few of them took advantage of the advice. I used to think it was their fault. Over time, I began to be inclined to believe that the reason was in me, because I could not interest them. Looking back, I understand that with the present (albeit relatively small) experience, I can be much more interested. I tried to choose the reasons for which I can not imagine myself without a healthy lifestyle, and I hope that soon you will not be able to imagine. You will stop to satisfy only the lowest needs. You must have heard about Maslow’s pyramid. This is a scheme that divides human needs by levels: from the lowest to the highest. This is how it looks. If for you the only joy is to eat, then you are in the ass. Ass Maslow’s pyramid. Since the satisfaction of physiological needs is the lowest level of the pyramid. And I am by no means saying that enjoying sex, food and sleep is bad, no. The bottom line is that the higher the level of the pyramid, the more diverse and the more fun you get. And a healthy lifestyle is the top of the pyramid. You develop, become better, set goals and achieve them. Ultimately, you will enjoy what you enjoy. Closed, but very nice circle. Think long term Now you want to eat a sandwich, smoke a cigarette or score a workout. These are short-term pleasures. What comes out in the long run? A sandwich turns into extra pounds, a cigarette becomes impossible to run more than a kilometer without shortness of breath, and missed training results in a year of absence of any activity. Conversely, starting to train right now, not tomorrow, not from the first day, not from the new year, you create a wonderful long-term perspective for yourself. You gradually turn into a person who can practically everything and who every day learns something new about his body. Early old age It’s not even that by encouraging bad habits, you will die earlier. The fact is that you will grow old much faster. And you know without me that this is fraught with not only a poor appearance, but also a limitation in possibilities. Want to lie on the couch and do nothing? And what if after a while you will not have the opportunity to get up from the couch? You diversify your life You have no idea how much emotion a sport adds and how versatile it can be. You can ride bicycles with friends out of town, go jogging in a snowy forest or make an exhausting march, running away from zombies. And I have not lost my mind. Moreover, you will have new friends and acquaintances. Sport brings together. You will become more beautiful And there is a hidden advantage. Seeing your changes for the better, you will become more confident in yourself, and it may even seem to others that you will become angrier. In the end, let’s be clean: healthy and athletic people are treated better. And if you are dealing with people, then this is another plus in the piggy bank. That’s all. You rise from the bottom of Maslow’s pyramid, get a brighter future, protect yourself from early age and become more beautiful. The price is also great: you have to work on yourself almost every day. Getting started will be difficult, over time it will become easier and easier – until you ask yourself how you lived without all this before. And then you remember this article and understand that I and many others were right.
25 Apr 19
Evangeline

My current GI rotation features fast days and a fully packed schedule. It’s not uncommon for my preceptor and I to have new patients on the hour, every hour, for the entirety of our work day. Lunches usually get eaten quickly, often in the spare minutes between appointments. Lunch breaks have seldom been leisurely this […]

25 Apr 19
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25 Apr 19
Johnny Jim's Sandwich Sim Dev Blog

Hello all, We are so happy about all the positive feedback we have received on the development of the game, and we wanted to share some particularly heartwarming comments from some of our followers! “Hello, as a mother I have been concerned about my son exploring the internet, since he is young and impressionable. However, […]

25 Apr 19
Bryoni Burns

As you have probably seen from the overload of photographs on my Instagram story and feed – I have recently just got back from a little visit to Disney Land Paris. I had the most amazing Easter bank holiday in one of the most magical places in the world and I am forever grateful. I […]

25 Apr 19
I'm too fat

(Say with southern accent) …. All, y’all, all y’all I just returned from Georgia where I set on the swing and watched some good ‘ol southern college boys swinging clubs on the golf course near the pool where a pretty southern belle who was madder than a wet hen screamed at Collins and Harper to […]

25 Apr 19
Transcontinental Hustle

We arrived at 6.30 in the morning and didn’t know where to go. Check in for Airbnb apartment we’ve rented was at 11 so we had few hours to waste. We weren’t so enthusiastic about it since we didn’t sleep during 9 hour bus ride from Zagreb at all. Moreover, nothing was open and nobody […]

25 Apr 19
The Willits News
Lunch 5 days per week from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.  55 and older, $6.50 per meal, under 55 only $8.00 per meal. Includes soup, salad, entrée, vegetable, dessert, and drink. (Salad Bar Available all year)   Entrees for the week of:  May 1-3 Monday Tuesday Wednesday: Turkey & Noodles Thursday: Polish Sausage Dog Friday: Pork Roast Entrees for the week of:  May 6-10 Monday: Carnitas Burrito wet with Green Sauce Tuesday: Corned Beef Hash Wednesday: Pizza Thursday: Chicken & Dumplings Friday: Steak Dinner Entrees for the week of:  May 13-17 Monday: Chicken Sope Tuesday: Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwich Wednesday: French Dip Thursday: Asian Chicken Strips Friday: Italian Sub Entrees for the week of:  May 20-24 Monday: Chili Rellenos Casserole Tuesday: Eggs Benedict Wednesday: Ortega Chicken Thursday: Spinach Lasagna Friday: Gyro Entrees for the week of:  May 27-31 Monday: Memorial Day – Center Closed Tuesday: Country Fried Steak Wednesday: Oven Baked Pollack Thursday: Asian Chicken Wrap Friday: Birthday Turkey Dinner
25 Apr 19
House in the Fast Lane

When my dad passed away, my friend Heather really wanted to come to the funeral. I told her NO and that she was CRAZY since she lives in LONDON! She offered to come at a later time when we could get a better visit in. For years, we’ve talked about doing a mother/daughter trip (since […]