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Munchies on 4/20? Here's Where to Go in Denver

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Whether you're hitting up the 420 Rally, 420 on the Block, or any of the other numerous events downtown today, you'll have plenty of places to go when you get the munchies.

The Clinic is offering free lunch from different food trucks between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. at four of its dispensaries, while supplies last.

Munchies on 4/20? Here's Where to Go in Denver
Mac Shack

Mac Shack will be serving Mac 'n' Cheese at the Clinic's Wadsworth location, 3600 South Wadsworth Boulevard.

The Spicy Kitchen will be serving Mexican food at the Clinic's Colfax dispensary, 4625 East Colfax Avenue.

Arepas House will be serving Venezuelan food at the Clinic in Highland, 3460 West 32nd Avenue.

Rocky Mountain Slices will be serving pizza at the Clinic's location at 2020 South Colorado Boulevard.

Read on for food spots to hit up near the 420 Rally.

The Fainting Goat fries up some great chicken strips.EXPAND
The Fainting Goat fries up some great chicken strips.
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The Fainting Goat at 846 Broadway serves amazing homemade chicken tenders.

The eggs sardou at Sassafras.
The eggs sardou at Sassafras.
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Sassafras American Eatery, at 320 East Colfax, is a favorite for a down-home meal.

Torchy's Tacos, at 1085 Broadway, has something for everyone — and long lines.

5280 Burger Bar in the Denver Pavilions, 500 16th Street, can load a bun on the run.

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