Some restaurants include wine in the menu, while others do not, but most offer appetizers, entrees and dessert. Reservations fill up fast, so call ahead to reserve tables, especially at the more popular dining spots.
In addition to the special menus, the restaurants will also offer their regular fare at regular prices. Solo diners can enjoy the prixe fixe menu at $26.40 a person. Gratuity is not included in the fixed price. Denver Restaurant Week is presented by the Denver Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau.
A complete list of restaurants is on the next page. If your mouth is watering already but you don't know where to start, here's a few recommendations guaranteed to please your palate:
- Cuba Cuba was named as Denver's best date restaurant by About.com. The Cuban cafe offers a choice of grilled Ahi tuna or ropa vieja for entrees, as well as appetizers and dessert.
- Buckhorn Exchange holds the honor of Denver's oldest restaurant, founded in 1893. Be sure to look for liquor license #1 hanging on the wall. The menu includes buffalo tenderloin and cornish hen as an entree, as well as appetizers, soup and dessert.
- The Palm Restaurant is one of Denver's priciest steakhouses, so this would be a prime opportunity to dine richly without paying dearly. The menu features your choice of chicken, mussels, steak or mahi mahi for entrees, as well as salad and dessert.