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Culinary Connectors Tours, Denver, Colorado

 
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Belinda's pictureby Belinda Family & Fun travel tip
added on the 12th of November, 2010
Entertaining, exciting, flavorful and fun. All of these things were present at the Culinary Connectors Tours that we took in Denver on our last visit.

You not only get to know the greatest restaurants in the city, you get also a glimpse back stage where the masterpieces of the chefs are made. So much passion and love is shown by the cooks that it makes you want to learn everything about food and what they are doing with it! The best tour ever!

Address:
Denver, CO

On the web:
http://www.culinaryconnectors.com/

 
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