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Seafood, See Film: A Trio of Tasty Events on Today's Culinary Calendar


Charity, cinema and seafood: All three are on the menu today. You can crack into a special seafood celebration at Baur's, "Wok" to the future for a children's charity, or roll to the Sie Film Center for a a tasty flick. Keep reading for all the tasty details on today's trio of culinary events.   

Baur's Restaurant and Listening Lounge
will host Bubbles & Bliss: An Extravagant Seafood Celebration, today from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The decadent evening will celebrate the opening day of Red King Crab season with Alaskan King Crab, caviar and a variety of oysters from both coasts; guests can also compare and contrast Maine Lobster and Canadian Hardshell Lobster. The food will be paired with a variety of sparkling wines; tickets are $50. Grab yours and learn more here

Wok to the Future today at the Posner Center, which is hosting a fundraiser for Children's Futures featuring Asian cuisine, live and silent auctions, Cambodian dancing, wine, beer and more. Tickets for the event, which kicks off at 6 p.m., are $55 for one or $90 for two. Grab your tickets and get all the details here

The Sie Film Center will hold Mise-En-Scene from 6 to 11 p.m. today; the film premiere and gala will benefit the Denver FIlm Society and will feature cocktails, the presentation of the Colorado Hall of Fame Award, local fare, the premiere of the movie Rolling Papers, and much more. Tickets for the event are $200. Learn more at denverfilm.org.      

For more Food & Drink events, go to our online calendar. If you know of an event that should be included in that calendar, send information to [email protected] Watch for our weekend calendar on Friday.
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