More than sixty restaurants participated, including Vesta Dipping Grill, Root Down, The Corner House, the Populist, Beatrice & Woodsley, Central Bistro & Bar, The Kitchen and the new Truffle Table, which, of course, strutted its best stinky cheeses. Pork belly was prominent, as was Colorado lamb, but there were a few surprises tossed into the mix, including lemon grass cotton candy from Parallel Seventeen and a sensational oatmeal-and-berry-crumble from WaterCourse Foods that resulted in lots of grabby hands from hungry social animals. I captured the event -- a benefit for the Denver Zoo's sustainability initiatives -- in photos, the highlights of which you can view on the following page. For more photos, visit our full Do at the Zoo slide show.
For more photos, visit our full Do at the Zoo slide show.