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Tastes of the islands make their way to Main Street

Tastes of the islands make their way to Main Street

Longmont diners can dig in to Caribbean food close to home at Island Woman Shanty.
Prost: Raise a local glass for Oktoberfest and fall

Prost: Raise a local glass for Oktoberfest and fall

A rundown of some fall beers on tap at Longmont breweries.
Longmont Restaurant Week returns Friday with COVID-related tweaks

Longmont Restaurant Week returns Friday with COVID-related tweaks

The year’s event has found ways to address coronavirus pandemic challenges and support Longmont’s restaurant community.
Longmont BBQ restaurant tips for Labor Day cooking

Longmont BBQ restaurant tips for Labor Day cooking

Locals know Georgia Boys and Smokin’ Dave’s make great barbecue. Here are their tips for a backyard feast at home.
Dickens 300 Prime: new name, owners for Main Street mainstay

Dickens 300 Prime: new name, owners for Main Street mainstay

On the windows, some observant people noticed it now features a new name, Dickens 300 Prime, and a beef- focused logo. That quiet change offered a hint to what the new Dickens is about.
Longmont's Dry Land Distillers receives statewide honor

Longmont's Dry Land Distillers receives statewide honor

Local distillery earned top spot at Colorado Manufacturing Awards held virtually earlier this month.
Food Truck Fridays at Coffman House drawing crowds for eats, music, fun

Food Truck Fridays at Coffman House drawing crowds for eats, music, fun

Weekly events include food trucks and music at the historic home.
It’s Mustard Day. Why not celebrate with Mustard Beer?

It’s Mustard Day. Why not celebrate with Mustard Beer?

Oskar Blues and French’s Mustard created a new beer. Will it become just as much of a barbecue staple as its bottled counterpart? Drinkers will have to judge for themselves.
A conversation with Sarah Morgan, new owner of Martinis Bistro

A conversation with Sarah Morgan, new owner of Martinis Bistro

Sarah Morgan took over formal ownership of Martinis on July 1. Now when she talks about her hopes for the restaurant, a lot of her statements revolve around what she wants to serve customers and what it’s been like to welcome them back after COVID-19 closures.
Produce assistance programs pop up in Longmont

Produce assistance programs pop up in Longmont

Local nonprofits share produce and other foods to anyone in need.