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Table Talk for October 26

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The price is right…Bargain hunters, head to Lakewood. Cafe Bisque, now open for dinner, discounts its lengthy wine list by half on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, which means you can enjoy a decent bottle of wine for a mere $12. Pair that with Chef Alex Gurevich‘s reasonably priced dinner entrées ($13 to $23), and you’ve found yourself a gourmet meal deal—especially when you’re choosing from dishes such as beef tornedos served with a caramelized onion risotto tart and black-pepper cabarnet jus or the white shrimp and basil farfalle with roasted shallots, white wine, and tomatoes. 224 Union Blvd., Lakewood, 303-985-4151, www.cafebisque.com.

Open for business…Despite rumors to the contrary, D’Eggos&#151Highland’s breakfast spot for the last five years—has moved, not folded. Citing landlord difficulties, owner Jenny Madrigal moved shop and opened Jenny from D’Eggos just down the road at 32nd and Clay. The menu hasn’t changed but the new space is bigger&#151and Madrigal still plans on covering the walls with children’s artwork. We’ll see you there for bottomless cups of coffee and fluffy pancakes doused in butter and syrup. 2643 W. 32nd Ave., 303-458-7500.

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