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Tonight: feast on art in northwest Denver

If your New Year's resolution was to get out of the house, head to northwest Denver at 6 p.m. tonight, when the Navajo Street Art District will host Art a la Carte, a progressive dinner-slash-artwalk. It begins at D Gallery, 3558 Navajo Street, where you'll enjoy hot toddies before moving on to appetizers, soups, a main course and dessert at several other galleries in the area. And if you're still hungry, Patsy's, the oldest Italian restaurant in Denver, is located in the heart of this district -- and added pizzas to its roster this year.

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