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Classic Cocktail Month At Cafebar; Crepes and French Wine; Around The World In 180 Minutes

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WASH PARK— It's Classic Cocktail Month at Cafebar, with five featured classic cocktails each week. Available this week are a Martinez, a Negroni, a French 75, a Mary Pickford, and a Manhattan. Look forward to an Aviation next week, and a Vieux Carre the last week of February. Each cocktail costs $10. [Eaterwire]

HIGHLANDS— Tickets are still available for Master of the Brewniverse tomorrow at the Oriental Theater beginning at 6:30 p.m. Created by Wynkoop Brewery, it will showcase 16 different breweries competing in a hilarious version of a pageant. $25 ticket gets you all the beer you can drink from 16 different breweries in Colorado and general admission. Tickets and more details here. [Eaterwire]

DOWNTOWN— On Valentine's Day A Bottle Affair presents Wine, Whiskey and .... The tasting includes five red wines, five whiskeys, and small bites. Cost is $69 per couple. Click here for details. [Eaterwire]

LODOCrepes and Crepes on Larimer Square is hosting a French wine tasting on Thursday February 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. In addition to wine samples, tickets include a crepe, cheese, and fruit. Tickets are $20 each and $35 for couples. Purchase here. [Eaterwire]

UPTOWN— Imbibe and Calico Culture, an organization focused on educating and aiding in the cultural transition into America, are teaming up to bring Denver an eclectic mix of food, booze, music, arts, and entertainment to raise money and mix cultures at Around the World in 180 Minutes. It will take place Thursday, February 27 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Warwick Hotel, with offerings such as Asian-fusion and home-style Italian, rare German beers, Argentinean wines, and Brazilian Caipirinha's. Tickets are on sale now for $25. [Eaterwire]

· Eater's Happy Hour Guide [EDen]
· Denver's 38 Essential Restaurants [EDen]

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