Last Sunday Supper at Olivea and more on the calendar this holiday week

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Happy hump day! Cured, 1825 Pearl Street in Boulder, is giving its customers another chance to indulge over the holidays by accepting orders for caviar and truffles; call the shop at 720-389-8096 to learn more.

And here's what else is on the culinary calender this very short week:

For the remainder of December, Upslope Brewing Company, 1501 Lee Hill Road in Boulder, is offering a dollar off on pints in exchange for nonperishable food donations. Call the tap room at 303-449-2911 for more details.

Thursday, December 27:

It's Vegan Thursday at TAG|RAW Bar, 1430 Larimer Street. Every last Thursday of the month, this underground restaurant in Larimer Square offers a special four-course, vegan omakase menu anytime during dinner service for $30 per person. Call 303-996-2685 for more information.Friday, December 28:

The weekly, free wine tasting goes down at Marczyk Fine Foods, 770 East 17th Avenue, today from 4 to 7 p.m. The tasting includes cheese pairings from the shop and discounts on wine-to-go; call 303-894-9499 to learn more.

Saturday, December 29:

Copper Kettle Brewing, 1338 South Valentia Street, is tapping a special winter spiced ale today at noon. There will be live music and a food truck on hand; call 720-443-2522 for more information.Sunday, December 30:

It's the last Last Sunday Supper at, Olivea, 719 East 17th Avenue. The four-year-old Mediterranean restaurant is closing next month; in the meantime, it will offer a very special, three-course prix fixe ($20.12!) menu with discounts on select bottles of wine. Call 303-861-5050 for reservations.

For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings -- and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to cafe@westword.com.

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