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Fine China

Here's the deal of the day:

Charlie Huang, owner of Jing in the Landmark project at 5370 East Greenwood Village Plaza in Greenwood Village and Little Ollie's at 2363 East Third Avenue, will donate 100 percent of all proceeds from lunch and dinner at both restaurants to today to victims of the earthquake in China. Jason Sheehan loved Jing, Little Ollie's not so much -- but at either place, this is the feel-good/eat-good deal of the day.

Jing takes reservations (and you'll likely need them; go to jingrestaurant.com , or call 303-779-6888); Little Ollie's does not (call 303-316-8888 to determine the wait time).

BTW, if you get the weekly e-mail Cafe Bites dining newsletter, you already know about Huang's charitable efforts. To subscribe, send your e-mail address to [email protected]

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