Cafe Society: Week in Review

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What you might have missed this week in Cafe Society:

Spring has sprung -- Denver style.  That makes for some snowy farmers' markets and a chilly Taste of Vail.
The sun is peeking out a bit for the opening weekend of baseball and Rockies fans' fav stadium bar.
Jason Sheehan wraps up the International Association of Culinary Professionals conference with talks of a chocolate threesome.
Lunch is the new brunch at Vita.

Happy: Primebar is set to open in May and snags chef Max Mackissock.

Sad: Chubby's on Morrison Road closes.

When Jason Sheehan wants to relax and enjoy his Mexican food without worrying about it getting too fancy, he heads to these favorite places.

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