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Though you've missed early-bird pricing that would have saved you 10 clams, $85 tickets are still available for the fourth annual Glass Slipper Ball, from 7 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

The highlight of the event is the Best of the Pikes Peak Chefs cook-off, featuring 20 chefs from a range of local outfits.

Amuze Bistro and Margarita at PineCreek face off.
  • Amuze Bistro and Margarita at PineCreek face off.

This year's participants are:

Alpine Chef Catering: Peter Aiello
Amuze Bistro: William Sherman
Cheyenne Mountain Resort: Brother Luck
Diamond Creations Catering: Roberto Gutierrez
Jake and Telly’s Greek Cuisne: Jake Topakas
Jun Japanese Restaurant: Jun Aizu
Margarita at Pine Creek: Eric Viedt and Cathy Werle
The Melting Pot: Steve and Tracy Carlson
Mozaic Restaurant at The Inn at Palmer Divide: Scott Miller
Serranos Coffee: Carl and Alaine Nolt
Antlers Hilton: Ryan Blanchard
Walters Bistro: Greg Champagne
Blue Sage Catering: Gary Jones and Greg Soukup
Whole Foods Market: Chris Miller
Oakley’s Café and Bistro at The Sundance Mountain Lodge: Mike Longo
The Food Designers: Andrew Darrigan
The Blue Star: Alicia Prescott
The Craftwood Inn: Jeff Knight
The Crowne Plaza Hotel Colorado Springs: David Terrell
Garden of the Gods Gourmet and Café 36: Amy Pontius and Larissa Warner
Bayou BarBQ: KT Trombley and Pat McClelland

In addition to the culinary event, expect music and a silent auction. All proceeds will benefit TESSA and the ZONTA Club of the Pikes Peak Area. Call 460-4960 for more.

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