Reader: Biggest development on the Denver dining scene? There is a dining scene!

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Brandon Marshall
DISH, our annual celebration of the Denver dining scene, will fill Sculpture Park at the Denver Performing Arts Complex on Sunday, September 22. The event has evolved over the years -- just as Denver's restaurants have evolved. In delicious anticipation of DISH 2013, we've been looking back at many of the changes to the dining scene over the past two decades -- and recently asked Cafe Society readers to join us on our trip down memory lane.

See also: Win two tickets to DISH, our celebration of the Denver dining scene

The best response posted by noon tomorrow will win a pair of tickets to DISH. But in the meantime, here's an early favorite from milehin8tvbear:

The biggest development in Denver's dining scene is...THERE'S A DINING SCENE! I'm 40 years old and a Denver native. I remember there being two types of food establishments: fast food/buffet, and fine dining. To my knowledge there really weren't many options. Now, there's food everywhere you go in Denver and beyond. I'm even more proud to be a Denverite!
What do you consider the biggest development on Denver's dining scene over the past twenty years? What do you like most about today's dining scene? Share your thoughts below, or add your comment to our DISH contest post here.

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The food here is pretty horrible in comparison to other cities.  It's palatable and the people that live here have learned to enjoy it, but man are they missing out.  #LONGWAYTOGO

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