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Win free tickets to Eat Denver's Harvest Week kick-off party

Eat Denver's Harvest Week, a seven-day jubilation that pays homage to Colorado's bountiful crops, sprouts the week of August 21, when nearly forty of the city's best independent restaurants will pimp seasonal menus showcasing locally-sourced ingredients and products.

Bur before that happens, there's going to be a little party, and fifty lucky Westword readers will get free invites by answering a few simple questions.

Ready?

Here's how this thing is going to work: Every day, between now and next Thursday, we'll post a question that, in some way, has something to do with Colorado ingredients and products -- things like beer, wine, produce, fruit, beef and whatever else we feel like lobbing into the pot.

The first ten people to sufficiently respond to our questions will receive one ticket each to the Harvest Week pre-party, which takes place on Sunday, August 15 at Balistreri Vineyards, 1946 East 66th Avenue. The soiree begins at 5 p.m., and if you score a ticket (you're allowed one guest, by the way), then you'll get to nosh on bites from some pretty awesome restaurants.

To wit: Root Down, Second Home - Kitchen and Bar, Jonesy's EatBar, Osteria Marco, Black Pearl, 1515 Restaurant, Table 6, Encore on Colfax, Steuben's, Vesta Dipping Grill, The Lobby and Solera.

And, of course, there's no such thing as party without libations, so several local wineries, breweries and distilleries will be on hand to make sure you're sufficiently lubricated.

We'll post the winners' names with directions about how to claim your tickets.

And now...our first question:

What's your favorite Colorado produce, and where do you get it?

Ready, set, go!

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Lori Midson
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