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Hundreds of diners sampled some of Jefferson County’s many culinary offerings at The West Chamber’s annual Taste of the West at the Jeffco Fairgrounds on June 9.
Large restaurants like the Yard House, Black Eyed Peas and Olive Garden served samples alongside local favorites like Brodo Italian and 240 Union, and visitors tasted everything from roast beef and mashed potatoes to fish tacos and tiramisu.
The event has grown beyond simply food, and a variety of breweries, wineries and distilleries like Joyride Brewing and State 38 Distilling were also on hand providing tastes.
“I come every year because I love seeing all the people, tasting the food and finding new restaurants,” said Lakewood resident Deanna Hanna. “It’s divine being here — everyone is happy, and they all bring their best.”
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