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Restaurant Kevin Taylor celebrates its tenth birthday...

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...for five weeks! The celebrated restaurant located inside the Hotel Teatro is offering a tempting three-course meal for $99 for two. The deal lasts until February 12, so you have a unique chance to get some of the best food in Denver for a reasonable price. 

So far, I've heard that the deal has been popular, with such options as golden raisin and cauliflower tortellini with fried capers, caramelized cauliflower and ginger parmesan froth. Not good enough? How about black pepper lacquered Muscovy duck breast with duck leg confit, fresh cavatelli, caramelized fennel and soy orange reduction or German chocolate ice cream sandwich with toasted coconut biscuit, bittersweet chocolate ice cream, smoked almonds and caramel? Themed around Colorado winters, the dinner highlights what is unique about our culinasious city. By the way, I just made up that word and I'm sticking with it. 

The restaurant decided to extend this promotion to show gratitude for the ten years, and also to give frugal(ish) diners a chance to experience some fine dining. Restaurant Kevin Taylor is part of an empire by chef Kevin Taylor which also includes Prima Ristorante, Kevin Taylor's at the Opera House, Palettes at the Denver Art Museum, Kevin Taylor Catering, Limelight Supper Club & Lounge and Rouge at the Teller House. Visit Kevin Taylor Restaurant Groups website or call 303-820-2600 and ask for the anniversary menu. -- Tyler Nemkov

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