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Denver Arts Week, Day 8: Art you can eat

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Little-known fact about Denver Arts Week? Along with fine art, theater, dance, music and all that good stuff, the culinary arts also figure into the community event's general cultural blend. And here are just a few of the edible bargains you can take advantage of while out and about in the city tonight.

Restaurants offering $52.80 meal deals include Cilantro Fusion (1531 Stout Street, 303-685-4986), the Living Room (1055 Broadway, see website) and Shazz (4262 Lowell Boulevard, 303-477-1407). And many others, from Fruition and Il Posto to Maggiano's and Mangia Bevi, are presenting menu specials or local artwork. In addition, Larimer Square favorite Rioja went all-out to come up with special desserts inspired by the works of local artists and artisans. Sweet! Get all the details at the Denver Arts Week website.

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