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The short rib–grilled cheese with a house-made pickle. —Image courtesy of Emily Grossman

15 in 15 at Harman’s Eat & Drink

The Cherry Creek spot rewrites the lunch script.

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Ah, the predicament of where to lunch. Busy working folks on a budget often seem pitted between boring bagged lunches and predictable fast-casual chains. No more. Cure the lunchtime blues with the recently debuted “15 in 15” deal from Harman’s Eat & Drink in Cherry Creek North.

The concept is simple: For just $15 bucks and 15 minutes of your time, you’re rewarded with an inventive “snack of the moment” (think spicy Thai Brussels sprouts with citrus aïoli), the sandwich du jour, and a booze-free beverage (this is lunch, after all) like fresh-squeezed lemonade or Rocky Mountain Soda. With sandwich selections that include roast turkey, steak, and short rib–grilled cheese (or a chicken quinoa salad for the sandwich-averse), your midday meal just got a lot tastier—without putting a squeeze your wallet or your schedule.

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Tip: Harman’s “15 in 15” deal runs Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

2900 E. Second Ave, 303-388-7428

Callie Sumlin, Associate Food Editor

Callie Sumlin creates stories for 5280's Eat & Drink section, manages the dining guide, and oversees 5280.com's digital food-related coverage and weekly e-newsletter, Table Talk.

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