The Denver dining scene has exploded over the last decade, with the city racking up tour-guide honors and TV appearances at a rapid clip, including fourth place on Zagat’s “Most Exciting Food City” of 2018, Season 15 of the TV-competition “Top Chef,” and a Colorado outpost of the internationally acclaimed Slow Food Nations festival.
We’re sure you have a list of Denver restaurants you want to check out, and there’s no better time to do it than during the 15th annual Denver Restaurant Week, February 22nd through March 3rd.
During this 10-day-long event, hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants offer multi-course dinners for three price points: $25, $35 or $45. This tiered pricing structure, which debuted in 2017, returns for a third year thanks to the popularity of its “approachable pricing structure.”
“We started Denver Restaurant Week along with our partners to celebrate the city’s culinary scene and to change some less-than-enthusiastic local opinions about what we had here,” said Richard Scharf, president and CEO of Visit Denver, in a press statement.
“Over the past 15 years, Denver has grown to be internationally recognized as a top culinary destination; and Denver Restaurant Week has evolved as well, becoming a beloved annual event and celebration of how hard our chefs, restaurateurs, and service industry have worked to put Denver on the culinary map.”
To make your choice of restaurant easier, Visit Denver has broken the Mile High City into distinct dining neighborhoods, each of which comes with its own unique flavor. These neighborhoods include Downtown, Uptown, Highlands, Golden Triangle, South Broadway/Wash Park, Cherry Creek, Stapleton/Northfield, West Metro, and South Metro. Information on these neighborhoods and their participating restaurants are available on www.Denver.org. Still not sure where to dine? Visit Denver also offers the ability to peruse restaurant menus prior to making a selection.
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