Your favorite West Metro Chamber Event is BACK and is now 4 days long!

The Do-It-Yourself Taste of the West takes you to 10+ restaurants, breweries and wineries across Jefferson County.

First step: Buy the Taste of the West – DIY card TODAY!

On October 2nd, registration will CLOSE and you will receive your Taste of the West card in your email. Once you receive your card, print it off and get prepared to try some of the best Tastes of Jeffco.

You will have four days to visit each amazing restaurant, brewery and winery between
OCTOBER 5th – 8th.

Get your card marked with the signature/stamp from the restaurant and receive your amazing prepared Taste that has been highlighted by each restaurant! After you have sampled, you may even wish to stay a bit longer and enjoy something else on their menu.

Time to cast your VOTE!
Once you have completed your Taste Of The West card, you will be sent the official Taste of the West – DIY digital voting ballot to cast your vote for your TOP Tastes.

Then, you will be added to a DRAWING full of fabulous gift cards, baskets and other prizes. But best of all, you get the chance to support local restaurants in the process – It’s a win win for everyone!

2020 BEST Taste Awards and participant drawing winners will be announced on Friday, October 9th!

What are you waiting for? DIG IN!

For only $30, you get to support and TASTE the BEST of Jeffco!
Thanks to our participating locations:

Take a look at last year’s Taste of the West (2019):

Photographer: Madison MacDonald

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Member Stories

Josh Caucutt, Edward Jones

“I believe that a West Metro Chamber of Commerce membership is an essential tool for long term business growth in Jefferson County. The networking events are well-attended and vibrant, providing a forum that is favorable to connecting with the right people. The relationships and friendships formed through the WMCoC are invaluable both in meeting clients and in meeting the needs of those clients.”

Josh Caucutt, Edward Jones