Win the chance to eat and drink for free at the Full Moon Street Carnival (with winner)
Update: We have a winner of our Full Moon Street Carnival contest giveaway! Earlier this week, we asked Cafe Society commenters to guess how many Bonacquisti wine growlers have been sold at the winery. Congrats to laganam, who guessed 646 growlers; the actual number is 682. laganam, we'll send you an e-mail with directions on how to claim your prize.
Original post: It's officially food truck season, and to kick off the habitual culinary pastime, not to mention Memorial Day weekend, Diggity Denver is hosting the city's first Full Moon Street Carnival on Friday, starting at 4 p.m. in the parking lot at Speer and Bannock.
Twelve food trucks, including Eighty Ate, Kuechos, Hey PB&J, the Denver Cupcake Truck, Route 40, Yatai, Doner King, Tacos Puesta, Crock Spot, Coaches Scoop Frozen Desserts, One Love, Mikes2 Kitchen and Capt'N Crabby, will park curbside and pimp food, will Left Hand Brewing Company and Bonacquisti Wine Company will pour libations.
See also: - Win two free tickets to EatDenver's Big Eat bash on Sunday - A baseball bat and two new brewery openings fill this week's beer calendar - Food trucks, a duel at Edge and a Feast in Vail on the culinary calendar
It's a family affair, too, with face painting, games, a movie car display, long board and foodbag demos, Big Wheel rides and a sky lantern launch at dusk, provided that the weather holds up.
Admission to the carnival is free, but food and drinks aren't, which is why we're giving one Cafe Society commenter and a guest the opportunity to eat and drink for free -- up to $40. Want to win? Here's how: Tell us how many Bonacquisti wine growlers have been sold at the winery as of today.
The commenter who comes the closest to the actual number without going over, will win the prize. To enter, please include your name, your e-mail address (if you don't include an e-mail address, you aren't eligible to win) and your best guess in the comments section below. We'll announce the winner bright and early tomorrow morning.
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