If you've been anywhere near the Denver Pavilions recently, then you know what an utter and complete construction zone clusterfuck it's been. But it appears that the cone zones, yellow tape and dust bowls are finally coming to an end. And to celebrate that milestone -- or as some would call it, the re-introduction of the Pavilions -- Maggiano's Little Italy is hosting a whole slew of events that kick off Tuesday, November 10 and continue through Tuesday November 17.
At noon on November 10, Maggiano's executive chef, Eric Kolk, struts his stuff up and down the escalator as part of a fashion show to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado, and at 12:45 p.m., Kolk will re-create his mushroom ravioli al forno during a chef demo. Throughout the week, Maggiano's will also be offering specials and a "today and tomorrow" menu, which allows noodle rockers to choose one dish from the menu and go home with another dish of their choice to grub on the next day.
For more info, visit the website or call 303-260-7707.
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