Campo de Fiori to close tomorrow with a final party

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After ten years, Campo de Fiori will close its doors at 300 Fillmore Street tomorrow night, after a "final fling" starting at 8:30 p.m., and hosted by founders Elizabeth Plotke-Giordani and Luigi Giordani, along with Denver partner Josh Hanfling.

Although the Campo outposts in Aspen and Vail will carry on, the Cherry Creek space will be turning into a second Abrusci's (the first is in Wheat Ridge).

But in the meantime, Denver's Campo will be serving one last Denver Restaurant Week dinner tonight.

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