Now in its sixth year, Denver Restaurant Week allows Denver diners the opportunity to eat at restaurants for the fixed price of $52.80 per couple. In 2010, restaurant week has been extended to cover two weeks of gastronomical adventures without astronomical prices.
From Sat. Feb. 20 - Fri. March 5, 2010, more than 200 restaurants in the Mile High City will offer special menus for $26.40 a person. 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. 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:
- Olivéa on 17th Ave. opened in 2009, and offers small plates and full entrees inspired by Italy, Spain and France.
- TAG in Larimer Square opened in 2009, and features fusion food with a spicy Latin twist.
- Venue Bistro in the Higlands opened in 2009, and offers contemporary American comfort food with gourmet ingredients.