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Lock lips in front of a crowd on Valentine's Day at Qdoba Mexican Grill and get a free entrée

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This, we think, could be a golden opportunity to plant a wet, sloppy kiss on the hot guy (or girl) standing behind you in line, with whom you then make messy burrito love.

All metro area Qdoba Mexican Grill locations (with the exception of the Vail store, which opens Monday) are making that scenario entirely possible on Valentine's Day, when the homegrown Mexican chain, which has been spreading the love far and wide ever since opening its first Denver location in 1995, plays Cupid, offering a free entrée with the purchase of an additional entrée to anyone who locks lips with someone standing in the burrito line shuffle.

"We started brainstorming and knew that we wanted to do something a little bit different from a traditional BOGO offer, and this is a really fun, lighthearted way to spread the love," says Qdoba marketing and public relations specialist, Lauren Preston. "You can kiss your mom, your brother, or make a random love connection"

In other words, it doesn't matter whose lips you pucker up to -- just that your dentures don't fall to the floor in the process. Let the love flow. For more info, go to www.qdoba.com.

For information on dozens of culinary events around town, including Valentine's Day festivities, visit our online Food & Drink listings.

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