Denver Restaurant Week
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From February 25-March 9, Denver foodies will celebrate the dining extravaganza that is Denver Restaurant Week. Read on for our guide to navigating this food fest.
Denver Restaurant Week runs from Feb. 25 through March 9 this year. Dozens of participating restaurants offer up some of their signature dishes (usually three or more courses) in a prix fixe menu for $52.80 per couple or $26.40 for one.
There are a few spots left at some of the most popular restaurants for Denver Restaurant Week, if you’re flexible. The event kicks off Saturday.
Denver Restaurant Week is a two-week celebration of the culinary scene in Denver. Participating restaurants will offer a multi-course dinner for the fixed price of $52.80 for two, or $26.40 for one (not including tax or gratuity). Find out more at the website linked below.
Link: Denver Restaurant Week
It’s the chance to sample a high-end restaurant for a bargain price. But you’d better act fast to celebrate Denver’s culinary scene. Denver’s Restaurant Week is once again actually two weeks — Feb. 26 through March 11.