Del Maguey dinner at Adelitas tonight: It takes a Single Village Mezcal...

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Adelitas Cocina y Cantina will host a special Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal Dinner tonight with Ron Cooper, Del Maguey owner/producer. Yes, it will put create some challenges for the popular Taco Tuesday, but Cooper doesn't come to town every day.

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The dinner will feature five courses prepared by guest chefs, each paired with a special cocktail featuring Del Maguey and created by Jason Patz of Williams & Graham. Those chefs include Chris Douglas of Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe, Matt Selby from Central Bistro & Bar, Kevin Morrison ofPinche Taqueria, Brandon Biederman of Ace and Steuben's and Sylvia Ayala for Adelitas.

Dinner starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are $75. To view the entire menu, click here. Call 303-778-1294 to see if you can still snag a spot.

And about Taco Tuesday: The $1 tacos will be served in the dining room until it's set up for the private dinner -- but then Adelitas will set up a $1 taco bar in the back room that connects to El Guapo, its patio. So whether you're looking for inexpensive tacos paired with the Best of Denver 2014 house margarita or a blow-out dinner with mezcal cocktails, Adelitas has you covered tonight.

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