| January 21, 2014 | 8:39am
Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free.
Cafe Society served up five Guess Where? contests last week, ranging from a plate of kung pao chicken from Shanghai Garden to a bowl of cumin-spiced green beans from Shish Kabob Grill to a parade of side dishes from a stalwart Japanese restaurant.
For correctly identifying those little side dishes as coming from Domo, JayF wins an EatDenver dining deck. JayF, please send your contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll send you the deck.
But, really, anyone who buys an EatDenver deck is a winner: The 2014 EatDenver dining deck, a fat pack of terrific deals, entitles the holders of those cards to receive $10 off a $25 food purchase at 52 local restaurants, all of which are EatDenver members. It's the gift that keeps on giving, and just one more reason to take advantage of the city's incredible restaurant landscape. If you don't win a deck here, you can buy one 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, drinking...and guessing.
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