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Dry Land Distillery's annual Nog Off is still on

Dry Land Distillery's annual Nog Off is still on

Judging spots for the distiller’s annual contest are filled, but to-go versions of the holiday specialty are available from the Main Street tasting room.
Liquor license fees waiver approved by Longmont City Council

Liquor license fees waiver approved by Longmont City Council

The state and the city of Longmont look to find new ways to help local businesses.
Raising Cane’s opening today in Longmont at Village at the Peaks

Raising Cane’s opening today in Longmont at Village at the Peaks

Raising Cane's held two “very important customer” events Monday for lunch and dinner. Each served about 600 meals, free to customers who had received special invitations. The day served as a dry run for restaurant operations staff, helping them test processes and iron out kinks.
Stranger than fiction: Sci-fi themed Outworld Brewing finding its way after opening just before pandemic hit

Stranger than fiction: Sci-fi themed Outworld Brewing finding its way after opening just before pandemic hit

“At the beginning, this was more of an adventure,” manager Sean Fuller said. “Now it’s more of a business. We’ve just tried to hang in there. Adjusting the staff, the hours and we’ve been doing OK."
Cheers to the season: Longmont brewers roll out holiday offerings

Cheers to the season: Longmont brewers roll out holiday offerings

Local brewers are rolling out a bevvy of beers chock full of special ingredients ranging from baking spice to cranberries and nuts. Here’s a sampling of the seasonal brews to be found around town.
Longmont's own award-winning Dry Land Distillers to move into larger space next year

Longmont's own award-winning Dry Land Distillers to move into larger space next year

The distillery — started by friends Aaron Main, Nels Wroe and Marc Staats in October 2018 — next year will move to 519 Main St.
Longmont chefs and food businesses share cooking ideas, recipes

Longmont chefs and food businesses share cooking ideas, recipes

Local chefs share tips to make a great holiday meal.
Boulder County Farmers Market wrapping up challenging year

Boulder County Farmers Market wrapping up challenging year

Challenges, especially when organizers weren’t sure the event would happen, ultimately forced market managers to develop curbside pickup as a new service model piloted in Longmont. The model was used exclusively between April 4 and the beginning of May. When the market closes, it will stick around.
Get to know Longmont’s newest pick me up stop: Cuppa House Coffee & Tea

Get to know Longmont’s newest pick me up stop: Cuppa House Coffee & Tea

Located just off 11th Avenue and Francis Street, one of Longmont’s newest small businesses offers more than just lattes, coffee, and blended drinks. It specializes in Boba and milk teas, which are not always easy to find. 
What's for lunch? New restaurant opens in the former Jonny’s of Longmont space

What's for lunch? New restaurant opens in the former Jonny’s of Longmont space

 A Thai Sticky Rice will serve a range of expected Thai dishes such as noodles, curries, stir-fries and fried rice. There also are some specialties such as a spicy papaya salad and a take on coconut milk soup.
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