Join us in the Denver suburb of Aurora, Colo., for Glass Expo Rocky Mountain™ ’19. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center on January 24-25.

Fun Food Finds in Denver | Glass Expo Rocky Mountain | Check out the great places to eat in Aurora, CO.Attendees can expect to have their business prospects and industry knowledge expanded from attending hard-hitting educational seminars and a packed show floor. Being in Colorado also provides the perfect opportunity to broaden palates and possibly expand waistlines. Here are just a few local spots to indulge your inner epicurean:

Borealis (0 miles)
Borealis is located at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver hotel. The menu is cosmopolitan, globally influenced and uses as many locally grown and produced items as possible. Borealis serves many local favorites, traditional comfort foods and many unique creations prepared in an open, state-of-the-art kitchen.

Denver Biscuit Co. (3.3 miles)
The show Unique Eats, on the Food Network has described Denver Biscuit Co. as “definitely something different and fun” adding that these are the “best biscuits in the world.” This restaurant serves up Southern comfort food with a bit of Rocky Mountain flair, all at a reasonable price. With an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 on Facebook, this place is surely worth a visit.

Cedar Creek Pub (1.5 miles)
Cedar Creek Pub puts a Colorado spin on classic pub choices, such as the BBQ Colorado elk burger or the black and blue sirloin steak salad with Colorado sirloin. You’ll also find such favorites as pub pretzels, bangers and mash, and fish and chips, and many of the beers on tap are local.

Taco River (1 miles)
Taco River is a small Mexican restaurant that uses small cuts of meat to ensure quality, which is reflected by a nearly perfect rating of 4.9 out of 5 on Google reviews. Its offerings consist of typical Mexican fare, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Taco River is a great way to get an affordable Colorado staple, the breakfast burrito.

The Soul Kitchen (0.8 miles)
The Soul Kitchen offers hearty plates of Southern soul food doled out in a counter-serve space with seating. The restaurant offers Louisiana-style gumbo, smothered bone-in chicken and greens. The catfish and chicken are fried-to-order, and the cabbage with bacon, mashed potatoes and candied yams are made from scratch.

African Grill and Bar (4.8 miles)
Typically, African fare is not one of the first things that comes to mind when considering Colorado’s food scene. African Grill and Bar is out to change that notion. It serves food from all across Africa and every item on the menu is prepared from scratch. The restaurant has a near perfect rating of 4.9 out of 5 on Facebook, which almost guarantees you will enjoy it.

Ted’s Montana Grill (4.8 miles)
Ted’s Montana Grill serves time-honored American favorites in an atmosphere inspired by the hospitality, food and spirit of the American West. The made-from-scratch menu features premium hand-cut steaks and gourmet burgers with a focus on Bison.

Still need to register? Avoid long lines and save up to $69, depending on your type of registration, by registering online now. Pre-registration discount prices are available until Wednesday, January 9, 2019. Hotel discount rates are available until Wednesday, January 2. Reserve your room here.

Glass Expo Rocky Mountain™ ’19 is co-sponsored by the Colorado Glazing Contractors Association (CGCA), USGlass magazine, USGNN.com™ and Architects’ Guide to Glass & Metal.

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