Win a $50 dinner/bar tab at Curtis Club, plus a pair of tickets to see Little Boots at the Larimer

Update, 4:40 p.m. 11/1/13: Congrats to Minimalizedesign, the winner of our Curtis Club contest. Check your email for details on how to claim your $50 tab and table this evening. Thanks to everybody else for the entries. Keep it locked on Backbeat for more great giveaways. Next week, we've got a great Mazzy Star giveaway!

After decades as a legendary dive, the Old Curtis Street Tavern closed last January. It's since been reborn as the Curtis Club, a sleek, old West-styled gastro-pub with a contemporary menu of locally-sourced products. Owner Scott Bagus, a veteran of the Denver music scene as a member of Moccasin/Nightingale, and chef Eric Johnson celebrated with a soft opening last Friday that was so hot the fire department came. And tonight's grand opening should be hotter still, with a functioning kitchen, full menu, live music -- and the possibility of you front and center for the 10:30 p.m. show of Mile High Soul, with $50 in food and drink credits. The Curtis Club is saving a table with your name on it for 9 p.m. -- if you win, that is. Continue on to enter for a chance to win.

See also: Old Curtis Street Tavern becoming the Curtis Club

To enter:

1. "Like" us on Facebook, which you can do right here. (Note: If you're already following us on Facebook, you're already eligible to enter; proceed to step two.)

2. Sign in to Livefyre and leave us a comment below with your e-mail address (so we can contact you directly if you win) and share with us your best memory of Old Curtis Street..

3. Stop back by the blog this afternoon to see if you've won. We'll pick a winner at random at 4 p.m. Good luck!

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