From 6 to 10 p.m., enjoy small plates created by Brian Laird (Barolo Grill), Keegan Gerhard (D Bar Desserts), Tyler Wiard (Elway's), Sheila Lucero (Jax Fish House), Brendon Doyle (Jonesy's EatBar) -- and the list goes on. There will also be specialty cocktails by Ketel One, music by DJ K-Nee, visual and performance art by Urban Peak youth and a silent auction.
And Plates at the Peak should also feature the debut appearance of the Steuben's Food Service truck, a pet project of Vesta/Steuben's owner Josh Wolkon, which Laura Shunk details in this Westword cover story.
Tickets to Plates for the Peak are just $65 and going fast; to find out if any are still available, go to www.urbanpeak.org.
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