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Twelve Tastiest Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week

Denver's dining scene is blooming this week, with beer dinners, wine dinners and birthday celebrations. Here are the twelve tastiest events on the culinary calendar.

Monday, May 16


Frasca Food and Wine will explore the wines of Walter Scott with Ken Pahlow at the restaurant's Monday Night Wine Dinner. The Monday night dinners are $50 for a four-course tasting menu, with optional wine pairings ranging from $40 to $50. Call Frasca at 303-442-6966 for reservations.  

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
will host an Appreciation Cigar Dinner that's a benefit for the South Metro First Responders at 7 p.m. tonight. In addition to dinner, you'll get two cigars, wine, beer, passed appetizers and dessert for $75. Call 303-796-0100 for reservations. 

Tuesday, May 17 

Arugula
and Cured are teaming up with Chester Osborn,  chief winemaker for d'Arenberg Winery, on a wine dinner that will celebrate the flavors of spring with five courses and wines. Dinner gets started at 6:30 p.m., and is $89 per person; call Arugula at 303-443-5100 to make reservations. 


Wednesday, May 18 

Richard Sandoval's Tamayo has held down its corner of Larimer Square for fifteen years and will celebrate from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. tonight with a Quinceanera patio party on the rooftop. The event will feature new menu creations, old favorites, a tequila tasting station, live music, birthday cake and more. Tickets are $38; purchase them here

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