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Oskar Blues Matches CAN'd Aid Donations; Secret Menu at Harman's; Comida Brunch; More

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LONGMONT— Donate to Oskar Blue's CAN'd Aid Foundation to help reach their donation goal by New Years Eve. Dale Katechis, founder of Oskar Blues, started the foundation to give back to the community and they are currently raising money for flood victims in Lyon and Longmont. Currently they have raised $350,000 and are shooting for $500,000 by December 31. Click here to donate. [Eaterwire]

CHERRY CREEK— Tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Harman's Eat + Drink, owner Mark Fischer and chef John Chad Little present a secret six-course menu served omakase-style, with or without beverage pairings. Cost is $52.80 or $82.80. Call 303.388.7428 for reservations. [Eaterwire]

GOLDEN TRIANGLE— Beginning today, Racines launches its 30th anniversary contest to win a trip to Paris for three nights, and a trip to Racine, Wisconsin. Guests can enter by coming into the restaurant and filling out ballots until February 1 when the winners are drawn. [Eaterwire]

RINOComida is bringing Sunday back with brunch every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eggs will be poaching, bottomless comosas will be drunk, and chilaquiles will be on hand. Walk-ins are welcome. [Eaterwire]

MONUMENT— Let your inner 20's style out for a New Year's Eve Speakeasy party. Pikes Peak Brewing Co will host the party, starting at 7 pm, where you can dress in your best flapper or gangster outfit to ring in the New Year. Tickets for $65 a piece include two drinks, champagne toast, and appetizers. Dance like its the roaring twenties to Good Green as it becomes 2014. Click here to purchase tickets. [Eaterwire]

LODO— Join Tamayo for a mole festival starting on January 2nd. The festival will carry on through March 31 and will be in honor of the sauce that originated in Puebla, Mexico. During the festival there will be four moles available on there menu. For more information call 720.946.1433. [Eaterwire]

VAIL— Tickets are still available for the José Andrés and Nobu Matsuhisa's dinners at Matsuhisa Vail on January 4 and 5. Tickets cost $250 per guest, and reservations are available both evenings between 5 and 10 p.m. To make reservations and purchase tickets, call 970.476-6628 or visit [Eaterwire]


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