Cafe Society

Guess where you're eating? At an EatDenver restaurant, if you're Davebarnes

Cafe Society served up four Guess Where contests last week, with entries ranging from a holiday drink that stirred the finger of an unhappy drinker at the Bar Car (above) to a sad, closed restaurant at 2103 South Broadway, where no one will be eating again.

For correctly identifying that spot as the former home of Hog Wild BBQ, Davebarnes will start the new year with an EatDenver deck.

Dave, send your contact info to [email protected], and we'll send you the prize -- and yes, it's a 2011 deck. (Previous winners: Many of the restaurants in the 2010 EatDenver deck will honor those coupons next year; make sure you check with the establishment before you try to use one.)

But really, anyone who buys an EatDenver deck is a winner: For $50, you get 52 cards, each offering a $10 discount at a local, independent restaurant that's a member of EatDenver (formerly DINR, the Denver Independent Network of Restaurants). You can buy the decks at any Tattered Cover location or at www.eatdenver.com.

Or, of course, you can win one right here. Because next Monday, Cafe Society will again award a deck to one of the winners of the previous week's Guess Where I'm Eating/Drinking posts.

Happy eating -- and guessing.

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