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Photos: The food of Westword's Dish 2012

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Last night Westword's annual food party turned eighteen, and more three dozen local restaurants and food trucks stopped by to help celebrate the food fete. Held in the Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Dish 2012 celebrated the city's culinary culture by serving up samples from some of the city's best eateries, all invited to participate in the event by Cafe Society scribes. For more photos from the night, see our full slideshow, "Westword Dish 2012." In the meantime, continue through for photos of last night's mouth-watering fare.

See also: - Slide show: Westword Dish 2012 - Slide show: Westword Dish 2011 - Local chefs dish on Denver's dining scene

Dish 2012 featured food from Colt & Gray, Fire on the Mountain, Sexy Pizza, Interstate Kitchen & Bar, Frijoles Colorado Cuban Cafe, Crimson Canary, The Corner Office + Martini Bar, Juicy Burgers & Dogs, Jonesy's EatBar, El Taco de Mexico, Cafe|Bar, El Chingon Mexican Bistro, Lala's Wine Bar + Pizzeria, Lucky Pie Pizza, Second Home, Brava! Pizzeria, Charlie's Ice Cream Social, City, O' City, Finley's Pub, The Inventing Room, Le Grand Bistro & Oyster Bar, My Favorite Muffin, Polished Tavern, Rooster & Moon, Sexy Pizza, WaterCourse Foods, Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Comida, Crock Spot, Mestizo's, Waffle Brothers, Coaches Scoop, Hey PB&J, Basic Kneads, Tony's Bistro and Central Bistro.

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