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Chefs Dinner at Harman's Eat + Drink; TINCUP Whiskey Launch; New Belgium Brewing's Scavenge

 Harman's Eat & Drink
Harman's Eat & Drink
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CHERRY CREEK— On Tuesday, February 11 Harman's Eat & Drink is hosting an inaugural Chef's Dinner at 7 p.m. The five-course menu—including beer, wine and cocktail pairings—will feature offerings from five chefs in Mark Fischer's restaurant group. Tickets cost $52.80 per guest. Call 970.388.7428 for reservations. [Eaterwire]

DENVER— Bourbon aficionados have a new option in TINCUP American Whiskey, created by Stranahan's founder Jess Graber. Released in January, the spirit is distinguished by a spicy, bold flavor that's the result of a high rye content. And staying true to the name, TINCUP bottles feature an actual tin cup closure. [Eaterwire]

A-BASINNew Belgium Brewing's Scavenge series comes to A-Basin for the first time on Saturday, February 15. The slope-side event includes an all-day hunt for clues via ski and snowboard. Teams consist of one to four people, and costumes are encouraged. Proceeds will benefit the High Country Conservation Center. The cost is $10 in addition to the price of a lift ticket. Click here for details. [Eaterwire]

WASH PARK— February is Classic Cocktail Month at Cafe|Bar. Each week, bartenders Ted Menadier and Nick Coffin are serving up a rotating menu of five cocktails from the Prohibition and pre-Prohibition eras. This week's selection includes picks like the Side Car and Old Fashioned; look for future offerings such as the Martinez, Sazerac and Pisco Sour. Cocktails cost $10 each. [Eaterwire]

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— By Ashley Hughes

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