Cafe Society: Week in review

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What you might have missed this week on Cafe Society...

Cafe Star has reopened as a second Trattoria Stella, while Park Burger is still on the back burner and a new Santoro's is on the way.

As if you need another excuse to buy that burrito bowl you love so much--drop into Chipotle this Sunday with the little ones and get free kids meals with your purchase.

Readers get their boxers in a bunch over Jason Sheehan's call for the perfect "man date" locale.

No cash?  No problem!  Sheehan has a list of cheap steak places. And in another fork-the-recession reaction, Biker Jim's hot dog cart now takes plastic.

For a refresher course in healthy eating, meet Ann Cooper, Boulder's renegade lunch lady.

And finally, shit happens: Can you identify the candy in this fake dirty diaper? A Candy Girls special!

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