A: That wasn’t really even in consideration when I came to north Denver — “What does this look like as a long-term investment?
” I mostly bought it because rent was so high at Belmar in Lakewood that I couldn’t afford to pay it. A: I have become good friends with Juan Pedro, who’s owner of Sloan’s Lake Tap & Burger. And my favorite restaurant is either Acorn or Señor Bear. My favorite breakfast spot far and away has to be Bacon Social House.
Part of that is going there every Sunday and becoming friends and talking with (owner) David Dill, who has a great thing going.
I started a coffee company in January of this year, and they’re our first partner.
That’s not easy for the soft-spoken Indiana native. We talked to him via phone last week after another first for him — a five-minute stand-up appearance at Denver’s nationally acclaimed Comedy Works — in between taping segments for a new NBC-New York show he’s guest-hosting called “1st Look.” So much for laying low. Q: When you said “we” jumped on a flight, did you mean you and your publicity team? A few months ago they were like, “Hey, do you have any interest in highlighting Denver? A: I’ve been out here almost five years now, and the last five years have been huge for the city.
But don’t feel too bad for him, given that he’s staying busy with his Almost Famous podcast for i Heart Radio (with fellow “Bachelor” vet Ashley Iaconetti) or his new, charity-minded venture, Generous Coffee, which held a free launch party at Bacon Social House, 2434 W. A: No, I meant the crew from “1st Look” (for which the Comedy Works set was taped). I really feel like I’ve seen Denver grow up a lot, not always in the best ways. Q: Certainly, your home value has probably skyrocketed.
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Q: At least one of my co-workers would punch me if I didn’t ask this: Are you dating anyone? I’ve gone on dates and I’ve seen some people more than once, but I don’t know if you’d call that dating. I know this is a common excuse and I know everybody uses it, but it’s not really fair to anybody right now for me to date them because of the schedule I’ve got.I still sit in a cubicle from 9 to 5, Monday through Friday, and then my evenings or lunch breaks consist of working on these other projects I’m trying to get off the ground to supplement my life and also pursue my passions. I entered the wonderful world of contracting, AKA freelancing, in 2012 when my job and I decided to part ways (actually they decided it was time and I decided to celebrate with mid-day margaritas, but I digress).Obviously there were some “Bachelor” jokes, because that’s why the crowd was there.But really I was just making fun of the decisions I make and how, viewed from a public’s perspective, maybe they’re not as good as I thought they were.