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Big names on the menu for tonight's Hot Rocks Griller Challenge at Elway's

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The fourth annual Hot Rocks Griller Challenge heats up this evening at Elway's Cherry Creek, 2500 East First Avenue. The party, which runs from 6 to 9 p.m., pits fifteen of Denver's top chefs against each other in a friendly competition benefiting the Denver Health Foundation.

The lineup includes Steve Ballas of Steve Snappin' Dogs; Robert Bogart of Elway's Downtown; Michael Bortz of City Bakery; Jamey Fader of Lola; Troy Guard of TAG; Jennifer Jasinski of Rioja; Simon Purvis of EDGE; Paul Reilly (formerly of Encore); Matt Selby and Brandon Biederman of Vesta Dipping Grill; Goose Sorensen of Solera; Darrel Truett of Barolo Grill; Tyler Wiard and Aniedra Nichols of Elway's Cherry Creek; Elise Wiggins of Panzano and Sean Yontz of El Diablo.

Guests can purchase "poker chips," with which they can vote for their favorite sliders and sides. Chips range from $5 to $100, and will help raise additional funds for the Denver Health Foundation. There will also be live R&B from Chris Daniels & the Kings.

Tickets cost $100 per person and can only be purchased online.

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