When: Tuesday, April 11 at 11 a.m. 

Where: The Cherry Cricket — 2641 East Second Avenue, Denver

Cost: Free Admission

The Lowdown: For over 70 years The Cherry Cricket has held the crown for best burger in the Mile High City — naturally the restaurant was sorely missed during its brief hiatus. For an event this exciting one day just wouldn’t cut it, so the Cherry Cricket has scheduled a packed grand reopening week starting on Tuesday. Stop by starting at 11 a.m. for the ribbon cutting, bubbles and cake. Throughout the month of April, The Cricket will be serving up a $1 Fire Belly Burger to say thank you to the firefighters that helped save the beloved restaurant. In addition, Wednesday will feature firetruck tours to support Metro Caring (all ages welcome) and Thursday will honor the brave fallen fish that lost their lives in the fire. The Broncos’ tailgating bus will stop by on Friday and head back again on Sunday for a golden Easter egg hunt. We would have gone just to get our hands on one of their burgers, but it looks like we’ll spend a lot of time in Cherry Creek this week.

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