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Reservoir Dogs-inspired beer dinner at Alamo Drafthouse tonight

Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino's debut film, features a colorful cast of characters and some iconic scenes that the culinary team at the Alamo Drafthouse have translated from film to the language of food for a a four-course beer dinner accompanying a screening at 7 p.m. tonight.

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Each of the four courses is paired with a beer from Breckenridge Brewery as well as a classic scene from the film.

Start off with a diner-inspired first dish and work your way through a salad course based on Mr. Orange and Mr. White's car ride, a darkly humorous entree take on the infamous cop-torture scene, and a Mr. Pink-inspired dessert. Tickets are $50; for more information, visit drafthouse.com.

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Ben Landreth