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Chocolate Cubed Cupes from D Bar Desserts

Photographer Taylor Boylston battled the lines of Westword's Dish Menu Affair to get photos of some of the dishes that put Denver into a massive food coma last night. Also: See photos of the people who ate all that food at westword.com/slideshow.

Brazilian Orzo Pasta from Texas de Brazil Chicken with lemon and olives from Palais Casablanca Chili from Sam's No.3
Lamby Joe Sliders from Jonesy's Eat Bar Louisiana Hot Wings from the Cherry Cricket Meatballs with tomato sauce from Caveau Wine Bar
Sexy Pizza Pumpkin Cookies from the Cookie Company Raspberry Almond Bar from Junior League of Denver Cookbook
Tacos from El Taco de Mexico Tamarind Chutney from Bombay Clay Oven Winter Salad from Wazee Supper Club

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