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This just in: twelverestaurant lowers prices, not expectations

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Just got this e-mail from Jeff Osaka, the chef/owner of twelverestaurant, the elegant, if pricy, place that opened exactly a month ago.

"Due to the current economy, and feedback from our loyal customers, twelverestaurant has responded quickly and adjusted its price structure to reflect this demand. However, changes will not be made when it comes to using the finest products available and the care that goes into preparing them."

To view the updated menu, go to the twelverestaurant website. To see the place for yourself, go to 2233 Larimer Street. -- Patricia Calhoun

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