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Butchery Dinner at Panzano; Fired Up Food Porn

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DOWNTOWN—Dario Cecchini, dubbed “the world’s most famous butcher” by The Wall Street Journal, will join Panzano executive chef Elise Wiggins for a butchery demonstration and multi-course dinner on Thursday, September 6th at Panzano restaurant (909 17th St.). Tickets ($95-$125) for the demonstration, which includes a 4-course dinner with wine pairings, can be reserved by calling Panzano at (303) 296-3525. [EaterWire]

GOLDEN TRIANGLE— Fired Up, a new fire-inspired restaurant that opened last week at 1135 Bannock St., might gain a reputation for pushing the envolope with its pizza creations, which "are personal-sized, and run the gamut from internationally inspired (the Korean short rib/ housemade kimchi Seoul, the ancho chorizo/ poblano/ cotija El Hombre) to locavore-friendly (the bacon/ onion/ eggs Farmer, the shredded CO lamb/ goat cheese/ organic tomato Coloradoan)." Check out Thrillist for food porn. [Thrillist]

NORTHFIELD— Each Jim ‘N Nick’s restaurant, including both Colorado locations, now has "A Big Bucket of Love" where guests can contribute donations and handwritten thoughts and prayers for victims of the Aurora theatre shooting. [EaterWire]

EXPANSION WIRE— Cafe Society reports that both Pablo's Coffee and DJ's Berkeley Cafe will open second locations within coming months. Pablo's will open in the former Penn Street Perk at 1300 Pennsylvania St. and DJ's 9th Ave Cafe will open at 30 E. Ninth. [EaterWire]

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