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The Broomfielder


Apr 30, 2019 11:38AM

Gather your friends and neighbors and come hungry for Taste It Broomfield, on June 27, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the 1STBANK Center. Broomfield’s annual celebration of local food and drink is presented by The Broomfield Chamber of Commerce and The Broomfielder magazine and promotes the Broomfield area food, wine, and beer culture in a fun and entertaining community event. 

Don’t miss the tasting extravaganza designed around a festive street vendor ambiance created within the 1STBANK Center, featuring live music, food and beverage offerings from local establishments, and an opportunity to learn about Broomfield’s many great non-profits and community organizations on display at the event. 

A regular attendee, Broomfield’s Mayor Randy Ahrens said, “One of the Best Chamber events every year. You get to enjoy the culinary delights available in Broomfield while networking with the community. I highly recommend attending.”

While the vendors will represent numerous food genres as well as some of our own local breweries, wineries, and distilleries, here is just one sneak peak from Christy Reed at Book Tree Bakery who is already contemplating her sampling, “I plan on doing some type of cookie as well as a cake sample. I am debating between browned butter chocolate chunk cookies or s'mores cookies. As far as cakes go, I have so many options I haven't even begun to narrow it down!”

The Broomfielder™magazine and Loudmouth Media are proud to partner with the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce on this outstanding community event each year,” said Mike Garrison, owner and publisher. “Taste It is a fabulous presentation of Broomfield’s restaurant and beverage proprietors, and always reveals some new hidden gems to try.”

“I look forward to this event every year! Bringing our food and beverage members together in this community showcase is great fun,” said Sam Taylor, president of The Broomfield Chamber of Commerce. “If you attended last year, you went home FULL. I am sure that this year’s event will not disappoint.”

Tickets are for sale now at and watch the pages of The Broomfielder for more details next month! See you there.