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Win a table and $50 in food and drink at the Curtis Club's grand opening tomorrow (WINNER UPDATE)

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The correct answer for the numbers of sets of antlers on the wall? 505. That makes LizBraun33 the winner. After decades as a legendary dive, the Old Curtis Street Tavern closed last January -- and now it's been reborn as the Curtis Club, a sleek, old West-styled gastro-pub with a contemporary menu of locally sourced products. Owner Scott Bagus and chef Eric Johnson celebrated with a soft opening last Friday that was so hot the fire department came. And tomorrow's grand opening should be hotter still, with a functioning kitchen, full menu, live music -- and the possibility of you front and center for the 10:30 p.m. show of Mile High Soul, with $50 in food and drink credits.

See also: Slide show of the Curtis Club opening last Friday

The party starts at 5 p.m. and the Curtis Club is saving a table with your name on it for 9 p.m., complete with $50 in food and drink credits -- if you win this Curtis Club/Cafe Society contest, that is.

To enter, guess how many sets of antlers you'll find on the walls of the Curtis Club, and put your answer in the comments section below. We'll announce the winner tomorrow at 4 p.m. -- and the winner's name will be on the list tomorrow night at the door of the new Curtis Club. To whet your appetite, here's a photo of the bar you'll find inside just that door:


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