Tonight: March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction

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Tonight, the Colorado Chapter of the March of Dimes will host its annual Signature Chefs Auction at 6 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th Street.

Tickets to the event are $150 per person and include small plates from many of Denver's top chefs, as well as live music and an auction that includes some terrific food-related items: a wine dinner at Barolo Grill with seven friends; an afternoon of cooking classes at Root Down; a chef's table for six at Lola; a chef's table for eight at Elway's Cherry Creek; and a three-hour cooking class with Panzano chef Elise Wiggins.

Featured chefs include Daniel Asher--Root Down; Brandon Biederman--Steuben's Food Service; Jacob Conover--Pizza Republica; Andrea Frizzi--Il Posto; Dan Grunwald--NoRTH; Jose Guerrero--XO Noodle Bar; Kathleen Kenny-Davia and Brad High--Gateaux Bakery; Wade Kirwan--Vesta Dipping Grill; Sheila Lucero--Jax Fish House; Kevin Marquet--the 9th Door; Matt Mine--Oceanaire Seafood Room; Cynthia Motta--Altitude; Joseph Ramirez--McCormick's Fish House & Bar; Marco Ramirez--The Palm; James Rugile--Venue; Enrique Socarras--Cuba Cuba; Duane Walker--Lola; Micah Watkins--Black Pearl; Paul Reilly--Encore; and Tyler Wiard--Elway's Cherry Creek.

For tickets, click marchofdimes.com/colorado or call 303-692-0011.

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