Fourteen Best Food & Drink Events in Denver February 22-25

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Tuesday, February 23
The original Pizzeria Locale in Boulder continues its Fire + Flour series with a culinary tour of the Alto Adige region of Italy beginning at 6:30 p.m. Seating is limited to fourteen guests in the Caffe space attached to the restaurant, so e-mail [email protected] or call 303-442-0608 for reservations. The $125 ticket includes food, wine pairings, tax and gratuity and is non-refundable.

Wednesday, February 24
Grab some good grub for a good cause at Las Delicias at 7610 Conifer Road, where 15 percent of all food sales today will be donated to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children). Las Delicias is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, so head over any time between 8:30 a.m. and 9 p.m. to make your dining dollars count.

Oak at Fourteenth co-owners Steven Redzikowski and Bryan Dayton are bringing back their popular "Roast" dinner series, which pairs roasted meats with delicious drinks. Tonight's dinner begins at 6 p.m. and features quail and pork loin as the roasted meats of the night; served alongside pours from Anvil Wine Company. Ticket are $75 each with wine pairings. Tickets can be purchased by calling 303-444-3622.

Friday, February 26
Visit Denver kicks off another Denver Restaurant Week with ten days of menu deals at more than 230 participating restaurants. Check the Denver Restaurant Week website for a complete list of menus — and hope your favorites are still available. Heading out of town during the festivities? Don't worry; Que Bueno Mexican Grill in Concourse B at Denver International Airport has your back. The airport favorite is offering a $30-per-person deal just like eateries in the heart of the city. And if Mexican fare isn't what you're after, Timberline Steaks & Grille in Concourse C is also participating.

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