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Denver Biscuit Company

Paresa Kouhestani

Hi Darlings! Yo, it's August. When did that happen?! I'm so ready for Fall and cozy sweaters! I recently went to Stanley Marketplace in Aurora for their monthly Jazz Hang(ar) where they have local artists selling their art, and some doing paintings live, while local musicians play jazz. Before going into the event, my friend and I walked around Stanley Marketplace to see what good spots they have for dinner. Stanley Marketplace is my new favorite space. It reminds me a little bit of Chelsea Market in New York. There's tons of different food options, retail, exercise and office spaces in a modern industrial space!

We decided to hit up Denver Biscuit Company and it was amazing! I didn't really know what to expect, but after looking at the drink menu alone, I knew I was going to like it. I ordered a Strawberry Rhubarb Moscow Mule made from their homemade strawberry rhubarb jam! It was so delicious! For food I ordered The Ellsworth, which was fried chicken with buttermilk biscuits, pickles and locally made honey! It was a dream! So delicious and the portions were *relatively* normal. They looked HUGE at first, but definitely something you could finish in one go! 

They have a couple locations spread across the Denver Metro Area and they even have a food truck! They close early in the afternoon at their Denver locations, but stay open for dinner at the Stanley Marketplace location. Find them here and I defo recommend this place on your next trip to Denver or biscuit craving!

-Paresa xx

Have you discovered Stanley Marketplace yet? What shops/noms are you loving?


Paresa Kouhestani

The other weekend I caught up with an old friend and she recommended this cafe called Bluestone Lane. Then I immediately googled it, of course, and recognized the logo from a couple NYC bloggers I follow on Snapchat. We met at the West Village location and it was so cute! It's an Australian chain of cafe's and of course all the people that worked there were Australian so I immediately loved it! By looking at the menu I immediately knew I wanted to try the Avocado Smash because it's the new trendy thing for brunch and I had never had it before. Several others in the cafe also had smoothie bowls which looked so good so I selected half of each and OMG--it's amazing. I truthfully didn't start liking avocado's until about 4 years ago and I'm so glad I enjoy it now! The avocado and toast were so delicious and the smoothie bowl was different. I usually prefer sweeter things and it was a little bland and bitter for my liking, but still really healthy and enjoyable! One thing I will warn you about, there is no graceful way to eat avocado and toast, so don't order it during a brunch date. Cheers!