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O's Steak & Seafood wants to lure you with fajitas and beer

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Last week it was a Mexican-themed patio party. This week, O's Steak & Seafood, 10600 Westminster Boulevard, is doing it up with local beer. The restaurant, located in the Westin Hotel in Westminster, is inaugurating a "Colorado Beer Garden" on its patio this Friday.

Executive sous chef Christoph Schoettle says the Mexican-themed events that they started up last year were such a hit that they decided to launch another outdoor patio party -- and what better way to celebrate a Colorado summer than with Colorado beer!

Friday's event will feature New Belgium brews, but other local beers will rotate in as the season progresses. Bottles will go for $4 a piece, buckets of four for $15. O's will also be firing up the grill for pork sausage, chicken breasts and pork ribs; beef sliders and mac and cheese will also be served (nothing will cost more than $10).

The beer garden will come alive every other Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. through Labor Day weekend, alternating with the restaurant's "Fajitas & 'Ritas" party. There will also be live music every Friday. For more information, call 303-410-5066.

The restaurant shared its chicken marinade recipe with us. Check it out:

O's Grilled Chicken Breast Marinade

2 cups of your favorite microbrew (We love Fat Tire Amber Ale)

2 Tb. whole grain mustard

1 clove garlic, sliced

1 Tb. sage, chopped

1 Tb. black pepper, crushed

Mix all ingredients together. Place eight chicken breasts in it and marinate overnight. Grill!

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