All of the restaurants offer appetizers, entrees and dessert in the special menu, and some restaurants include wine as well. Make reservations quickly, as reservations fill up fast for this culinary event.
The participating restaurants will also offer their regular fare at regular prices in addition to the Denver Restaurant Week menu. Gratuity is not included in the fixed price. Denver Restaurant Week is presented by the Denver Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A complete list of restaurants is on the next page. If you're looking for new restaurants to try for Denver Restaurant Week, here's a sampling of recent additions to the Mile High dining scene:
- La Sandia in Northfield Stapleton is the newest offering from chef Richard Sandoval, proprietor of Tamayo and Zengo. La Sandia offers modern Mexican food.
- The Oceanaire Seafood Room in downtown Denver is a chain restaurant that recently opened in the Mile High City. The restaurant, styled after a 1930s ocean liner, serves up fresh seafood flown in daily from the coast.
- Corridor 44 serves up the bubbly in LoDo as Denver's only champagne bar. The menu is designed to complement the effervescent nature of champagne.