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Get in Gear for Feast To-Go!

Get in Gear for Feast To-Go!
Buckle up: Feast is back!

Like so much over the last year, Westword's annual event celebrating Denver dining has had to pivot to accommodate the shifting landscape. Welcome to the first-ever Feast To-Go, a celebration of this city's resilient restaurant scene.

Instead of gathering in one big indoor space and going from table to table to sample Denver's best, you'll head to a big outdoor space, drive up to each table, roll down your window, and snag all those sweet, spicy, tangy, crunchy and savory bites without ever leaving your car. It's a grab-and-go feast!

Hungry for more? Cruise over to the Stanley Marketplace on Thursday, May 13, from 4 to 8 p.m., where you'll find drive-thru stops for some of our favorite restaurants and food trucks, all past Best of Denver winners. The thought of bites from Adobo, Bacon Social House, Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Cattivella, Chook Charcoal Chicken, Citizen Rail, HashTAG, Hinman Pie, La Fillete Bakery, Los Chingones, Palenque Cocina Y Agaveria, Uchi and more should get your engines racing!

And because delicious food deserves to be accompanied by refreshing drinks, you'll get your own Feast To-Go Beverage Kit, with fixin’s from some of our favorites, including Spring44 Distilling, Breckenridge Distillery, Fever Tree, Downslope Distilling, Upstart Kombucha and Topo Chico.

Topping it off, you'll receive a Feast To-Go Restaurant Card with BOGO deals from 15+ restaurants.

After you've loaded up your portable feast, you can drive off and enjoy it in your favorite setting, whether that's your home or a park — or your car, if you just can't wait to sample these tasty samplings. We'll also have limited picnic space available.

Feast To-Go is now just four weeks away, and tickets (21+) are still available — but the price goes up at 10 a.m. April 16, from $25 to $30 (picnic space is an additional $5). Get your tickets before they're gone altogether; just click here.

See you — safely — at Feast To-Go on May 13!
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