Denver Restaurant Week
There are some big changes coming to Denver Restaurant Week including a bigger price tag.
The menus are out and the list of participating restaurants has been released for Denver Restaurant Week. Greg Moody suggests making your reservations now.
It’s time to get the napkins and forks ready because Denver Restaurant Week is just a few weeks away.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock went undercover for Denver Restaurant Week.
The chef of EDGE said Denver Restaurant Week is the perfect time to check out their menu.
Hundreds of restaurants will be vying for business and taste buds over the next 2 weeks. Many of those restaurants and chefs are now following the food rules and insights of Michael Pollan.
Denver Restaurant Week kicked off with a big toast today. This year’s event promises to be one of the biggest on record with hundreds of restaurants taking part.
JAPOIX Owner Lawrence Yee loves Restaurant Week. CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody and Haystack Colorado producer Michael Choy talked to Yee about what he has in store for the special week in Denver.
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.