DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Restaurant Week is a foodie favorite. For 10 days at the end of February (Feb. 22 – March 3) some of Denver’s top restaurants offer a multi-course menu at either $25, $35, or $45 price. Participating restaurants post their menus at noon on Wednesday.

LINK: Denver Restaurant Week

This is the 15th year for Denver Restaurant Week. In 2018, nearly 240 restaurants participated, giving customers a wide range of options from which to choose. In 2017, the tiered pricing structure debuted, allowing more restaurants to provide great deals on delicious meals.

Denver Restaurant Week (credit: CBS)

“We have couple of new trends. Marketplaces are participating, like Denver Milk Market, which is neat you can try different things. And a lot of restaurants are offering a drink with meals included with the prices of restaurant week,” said Visit Denver spokeswoman Ashley Geisheker.

215 restaurants are already signed up to participate in Denver Restaurant Week, with more adding every day. VISIT Denver offers these tips for navigating all the options:

Browse by neighborhood: a new feature added to the web site this year.
Choose how much you want to spend: pick your price point of $25, $35, or $45.
Search menus you want to try: you can search by cuisine, price point, or neighborhood.
Make reservations: tables fill up quick.
Head to more than one spot: revisit some Denver classics or try out a few new hotspots.
Splurge!: since the meal is a bargain think about adding some more expensive extras like a bottle of wine or dessert.
Pay it forward: just because the meal was a bargain doesn’t mean your server didn’t work hard, make sure to tip generously.

Denver Restaurant Week celebrates Denver’s growing culinary scene. In 2017, 245 restaurants opened in the city, making it one of the most exciting dining scenes in the country.

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