The Freshness | August 2019 | Issue #3

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Happy Birthday to Us!

Next month Fresh Tracks will turn TEN YEARS OLD!  Can you believe it?  It’s been a great 10 years.  We’ve come a long way and we can’t wait for the next 10…or 20…or 30. 

Thanks to each and every person who hired us for their event, helped us along the way, became a Fresh Tracks team member and supported us on this amazing journey. 

We couldn’t have become Denver’s Best Reviewed Caterer without all of you. 


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Its Peach Season!

One of our favorite seasons of the year is Palisade Peach season.  While there was some talk about a delayed season, we still got lots of time with our favorite fruits. 

The goat cheese-stuffed peach remains a one of our most popular dishes. Its delicious and its gorgeous!  We wish we could make it all year long!

Mile High Station and Ironworks

We love a historic venue and these two gems top our list.  Ironworks opened late last year and if you haven’t been, don’t delay. Mile High Station has been around for awhile longer and is an amazing spot for your event.

Each building has a unique feel and can easily be combined for a larger event.  The lights between the buildings offers a cozy bridge between the two.  We love this spot and we’re pretty sure you will to.

The Holidays are Coming!


Its hard to think about planning your holiday party when the sun is shining, and the temps are in the 80s (and 90s). But, the end of the year will be here before you know it. We do limit the number of events we take on any given day so make sure you reach out and get on our calendar for December as soon as you can.  If you think a January celebration might be a better fit, we can help with that, too. 

There are some great benefits to a January celebration – read more about that in the September Freshness!


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We can’t bring you The Freshness without a thank you.  This one comes from a happy bride…happy because she’s getting married and she avoided some crazy Colorado weather on her day.  We can’t take credit for the weather, but we will take the good luck. 

Thank you, Betsy!