Denver has evolved over the past twenty years -- and so has DISH, Westword's annual celebration of the metro Denver dining scene. On Sunday, September 22, DISH will return to the Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, a stunning outdoor venue on the edge of downtown. And for the first time ever, we're hosting DISH during the day, so that you can actually see your surroundings -- and some of the best food Denver has to offer. DISH attendees will enjoy samples from more than forty of Cafe Society's favorite restaurants and food trucks, as well as Readers' picks from the Best of Denver 2013. There will also be samples of beer, wine and spirits, along with live entertainment to keep you moving throughout the afternoon. See also: Photos of the food from DISH 2012
Among the restaurants/food trucks you'll find at DISH: Kevin Taylor, El Chingon, Slider Shack 303, Stoney's, Big Kiwi Eats, Azucar Bakery, Biker Jim's, Boone's, DiFranco's, Interstate, Table Six, The Kitchen, Early Bird, El Taco De Mexico, The Hornet, The Real Dill, Williams & Graham, Gaetano's, Lola, Mustard's Last Stand, Maggie and Molly's, Nile Ethopian, Rio Grande, Trillium, Al Lado, Tin Star Smokehouse, Slotted Spoon, Pink Tank, Fuzzy Tacos, Central Bistro & Bar, Sugarlicious, Tamayo, Sushi Sasa, La Calle Taqueria, Jonesy's, Orange Crunch, WaterCourse Foods, CHUBurger, Patxi's Pizza, Rackhouse Pub, Row 14 Bistro & Wine Bar and Tamayo.
More restaurants are signing up every day -- but we're already so excited about the lineup that we'd like to share the wealth with you. And so we're giving a pair of tickets to the reader who comes up with the tastiest answer to this question: What's been the best development on the Denver dining scene over the past twenty years?
Post your answer in the comments section below by 1 p.m. Friday; we'll announce the winner in an update of this post that afternoon.
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