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Last Call For These Stock Show Specials

Check out the deals going on during this last weekend of the National Western Stock Show.

Humboldt
Humboldt

LODO — ViewHouse is celebrating the 2015 National Western Stock Show with its Cowboy Special. Patrons can enjoy a porterhouse steak dinner with asparagus and a loaded salt-encrusted baked potato for $29.95 until January 24. Add a Bulleit Old Fashioned for $7. Full details are available here.

UPTOWN — Humboldt Farm, Fish & Wine: where the fish, farm and wine specialist will be serving the Mutton Bustin’ Bolognese Special during the Stock Show. Colorado Lamb with crushed tomato, smoky bacon, mirepoix and red pepper flake over rigatoni, paired with a glass of ripe, fruity Alexander Valley Cabernet for $30. Full details are available here.

CHERRY CREEK The Cherry Cricket is featuring the Cowboy Cricket Special during the National Western Stock Show. The special includes the 1/2 lb Cowboy Cricket burger topped with smoked cheddar, western bbq sauce, bacon, and crowned with haystack onion strings.  Choose from a side of cole slaw or french fries. The savory meal is served with a Coors original draft beer for $13. To grab a seat, call 303.322.7666. Full details are available here.

DOWNTOWN Stout Street Social is welcoming National Western Stock Show visitors into the new space with smoked prime rib and an Alaskan Brewing Company smoked porter for $24.95. Stout Street Social offers over 50 different beers with 40 of them being on tap, including a list of unusual and hard-to-find beers on the cellar list. Stout Street Social has everything from fully loaded burgers to a full raw bar. For more information, call 720.214.9100.

Cherry Cricket

2641 East 2nd Avenue, , CO 80206 (303) 322-7666 Visit Website

Stout St Social

1400 Stout St, Denver, CO 80202 (720) 214-9100

ViewHouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop

2015 Market Street, , CO 80205 (720) 878-2015 Visit Website

Humboldt

1700 Humbolt Street, Denver, CO 80218 (303) 813-1700

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