Think local, eat local. Black Cat is celebrating this holiday month with "100 Mile" dinners, with four-course menus that will change nightly through December 30 -- but will always feature ingredients that chef Eric Skokan can find within a hundred-mile radius. And as Jason Sheehan discovered when he reviewed this restaurant in September, a meal at Black Cat is worth the wait.
Each dinner is $49, or $69 with wine pairings. Black Cat is located at 1964 13th Street in Boulder; to learn what's in store for tonight's debut holiday dinner, call 303-444-5500 or go to www.blackcatboulder.com
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