Tonight: A party for the service industry, and beer and wine dinners

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People in the restaurant business have worked hard all summer, and now The Lobby, 2191 Arapahoe Street, is throwing its second annual "Roll in the Hay" at 10 p.m. tonight as a party for this city's hard-working service professionals. Guest bartenders Justin Lloyd and Allie Geppert of Star Bar will be pouring, and the event will feature a few free cocktails as well as snacks from the Lobby's "secret menu" created by its own chef Brandon Muncy as well as Jensen Cummings. And as an added bonus, prizes will be awarded for the restaurant that brings in the most guests from its service team. For more information, call 303-997-9911.

See also: Denver's ten best sushi restaurants

Sample the wines of Robert Sinskey Vineyards -- a facility which prides itself on its 100 percent organic and Biodynamic certified wine-growing operations in both the Napa and Sonoma valleys -- at Sushi Sasa, 2401 15th Street, tonight. The featured wines will be paired with a Japanese-inspired menu, with a few other international influences. Tickets are $100; make reservations by calling the restaurant at 303-433-7272. And Blue Moon Brewing Company will bring its brewmaster and beers to Edge at 1111 14th Street for a three-course, interactive dinner. For a sample of the menu, visit edgerestaurantdenver.com. Tickets are $39 per person; call 303-389-3050 for reservations.

For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings -- and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to cafe@westword.com.

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