Tonight: Troy Guard's TAG hosts a dinner for Love Hope Strength

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Tonight, from 6 to 10 p.m., TAG, Troy Guard's jet-setting Larimer Square storefront at 1441 Larimer Street, is hosting a benefit for the Love Hope Strength Foundation, an international cancer charity that provides support for cancer centers. The three-course dinner, which doesn't include tax, gratuity or libations (although the TAG mixologists are planning to pour a new cocktail for the cause, with 100 percent of sales going directly to Love Hope Strength), is $40 per person, and reservations are definitely recommended; call 303-996-9985 to book your seat.

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