Announcement: We have a winner of our EatDenver Dining Deck contest

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Every year, EatDenver, the city's network of independent restaurants, releases a dining deck of killer meal deals -- a collection of 52 gift cards worth $10 each to spend at some of the best grub houses in Denver. And last week, we posted a contest, wherein we promised to give away, for free, five of those decks to one Cafe Society reader who submitted our favorite food haiku.

And we have a winner.

Congratulations to Jeffrey Witkoff, who tickled our food fancy with this:

Oh A Food Haiku
Too much thinking for my head
I think I'll eat instead

Beginning next week, we'll also start giving away the 2012 EatDenver dining decks to our weekly Guess Where I'm Eating/Drinking winners. And if you want to purchase a dining deck, they're available for $50 each at and all Tattered Cover Bookstore locations.

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Hi All   --   The Haiku poem Jeff submitted is not Haiku as it's supposed to be.  The format of Haiku poetry is known as 5-7-5, meaning that the first line has five syllables, the second line has seven syllables and the third line has five syllables.  The third line of Jeff's poem has SIX syllables.  Just thought I'd point that out.

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