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Tidbites | Heap starts catering company

Heap starts catering company

Bradford Heap, chef/owner of Salt in Boulder and Colterra in Niwot, recently launched a catering company to bring his local food and white-linen service into other venues.

The catering company opened for business on Aug. 1, and as of Aug. 5 had already done three events.

Bradford Heap Catering will offer flexibility with regard to eating habits, including making almost any dish on the menu vegetarian and providing gluten-free options. Clients can get Heap himself to cook at an event.

More information is available at www.bradfordheapcatering.com.

3 Margaritas opens in Boulder

The Mexican restaurant chain 3 Margaritas has opened a new location in Boulder at 3390 28th St. The restaurant serves traditional Mexican fare and is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

The chain has restaurants in several other locations in Colorado, including Longmont and Louisville.

Aw, Shug’s

Shug’s Low Country Cuisine, located at 2017 13th St. in Boulder, will host a grand opening this month.

From Friday, Aug. 19, through Sunday, Aug. 21, the restaurant will celebrate with live music and food and drink specials highlighting its dishes and a cocktail list. Musical acts will include Mark Diamond with the Gretchen Troop Band, By All Means Band and The Yawpers.

Shug’s Low Country Cuisine offers a diverse menu featuring everything from fresh seafood to pork ribs.

For more information, visit www.Shugscuisine.com.

Reopening Whole Foods

After an extensive renovation and expansion project, the Whole Foods Market Pearl Street store will host several events as part of a grand reopening celebration this month.

An official “Bread Breaking” and Grand Reopening will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 12, followed by live music, vendor demos and children’s activities from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13. Live music, vendor demos and children’s activities.

At noon on Sunday, Aug. 14, The Kitchen Chef Hugo Matheson will prepare a lunch benefiting the Kitchen Community. A “Boulder Born” vendor fair will also be held that day.

An outdoor benefit concert featuring Todd Park Mohr and Jeremy Lawton of Big Head Todd and The Monsters, with openers Mollie O’Brien and Danielle Ate the Sandwich, will begin at 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19. Advance tickets are available at the Pearl, Tamarac and Belmar Whole Foods Markets for $15 each. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Boulder Valley School District’s School Food Project. For more information, visit bit.ly/ WFMBenefitConcert. %u2028

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