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Harvest Week Kicks Off With Grapes V. Grains Tonight

It's Harvest Week, and more than thirty of EatDenver's restaurants are hosting a series of pop-up dinner parties at the GrowHaus. The series starts today and will conclude with a grand finale brunch on Sunday.

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Tonight's Grapes v. Grains: Duel in the West runs from 6 to 10 p.m. at the GrowHaus. The battle between beer and wine will feature six chefs creating a seven-course menu that challenges brewers and winemakers to create the perfect pairing. Participating restaurants include Lola Mexican Fish House, Wazee Supper Club, Lower48 Kitchen, Argyll Whisky Beer and Central Bistro & Bar.

Tickets for the dinner are $60; you can buy them -- and see the entire Harvest Week schedule -- at harvestweek.com.

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