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Austrian Feast at Beast + Bottle tonight

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Beast + Bottle takes pride in its "farm-to-fork" approach to food -- and chef Paul Reilly and general manager Aileen Reilly, the brother-and-sister partners behind the restaurant, work closely with local purveyors and farms in order to provide their guests with humanely raised, responsibly harvested and organic (whenever possible) ingredients. And you can get a taste of all this tonight, at the Austrian Feast at the Beast.

See also: Beast + Bottle: From farm-to-fork, nose-to-tail, this restaurant is full of delightful surprises

The feast starts at 5:30 p.m., and includes a special, four-course dinner with wine pairings. The Beast takes its wines very seriously ("Bottle" is in its name, after all), and the pairings will feature wines from the Hillinger Winery in Wagram, Austria. Hillinger winemaker and sommelier Michael Hoffken will be on hand to talk about the the wines and answer any questions.

Four courses plus pairings run $65+; see a preview of the menu at the Beast+Bottle Facebook page. For reservations, call 303-623-3223.

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