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Photos: Civic Center Eats rolls into Civic Center Park for an eighth season

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Civic Center Eats started this week, filling Civic Center Park with live music, vendors and, above all, food every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. The moveable feast will continue until the end of September. Keep reading for photos of yesterday's edition, and visit our full Civic Center Eats slide show for more.

See also: - Slide show: Civic Center Eats 2013 - Photos: Civic Center Eats rolls into the heart of Denver - Civic Center Eats will expand next summer: Keep on (gourmet food) truckin'


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