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Bittersweet celebrates its birthday with sweet deals this month

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Bittersweet, 500 East Alameda Avenue, opened at the very end of 2010. And now owners Olav Peterson and Melissa Severson are celebrating two years in business by offering patrons a 20 percent discount on select menu items until January 10. Sweet!

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The deal applies to the following menu items and dates:

Today -- appetizers Friday, January 4 -- signature cocktails Saturday, January 5 -- bottles of beer Sunday, January 8 -- bottles of wine Monday, January 9 -- appetizers Tuesday, January 10 -- entrees

Call 303-942-0320 for more information.

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