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Denver Restaurant Week 2017

Your chance to dine at several of Denver’s finest restaurants for as little as $25 is almost here! From February 24 to March 5, 2017, participating restaurants will offer Denver Restaurant Week 2017 specials that consist of multi-course meals at a price of just $25, $35 or $45 per person.

In previous years, participating restaurants offered meals for $52.80 for two people (or $26.40 for one). This year, the pricing structure is slightly different. According to a press release published by Visit Denver’s Denver Restaurant Week, restaurants now have the option of offering a $25, $35 or $45 per person menu – which was developed to allow more restaurants to participate in the popular program.

Denver Restaurant Week is an annual tradition that is appealing to just about anyone who enjoys eating delicious food. The event, which actually lasts 10 days (not just a week), offers restaurant patrons many benefits including the ability to eat at some of the most prestigious restaurants in the Denver area at a set price.

If you’ve been waiting to try one of the restaurants on the list of those participating in Restaurant Week, now is the time to make your reservation. Participating restaurants are located throughout the entire Denver Metropolitan area – including the Denver Tech Center, Park Meadows, and several surrounding locations in the South Metro vicinity.

A full list of restaurants can be found on the Denver Restaurant Week website. You can easily search for a restaurant by cuisine type and/or location. To help you make reservation decisions, many restaurants have uploaded their Restaurant Week menu.

How Many Restaurants are Participating?

Each year, hundreds of restaurants participate in Denver Restaurant Week. Any restaurant that would like to participate can register on the Restaurant Week website. There is a fee for a restaurant to participate, but there are many benefits to being included in this exciting event. Being a participating establishment means a restaurant can easily feature and promote new menu items as well as entice new and returning customers to make a reservation.

Is There a Limit on the Number of Restaurants that Can be Visited?

The only limit to the number of reservations you can make is how much delicious food your stomach can handle in a 10-day timeframe! It’s recommended that you make plans as early as possible to avoid a full reservation schedule at each restaurant. Many restaurants that participate in Denver Restaurant Week fill their reservation list quickly.

A Few Things to Keep In Mind

If you are planning to visit a participating restaurant during Denver Restaurant Week 2017, here are a few tips:

  • Make sure to check the list of participating restaurants on a regular basis. The list is updated when new restaurants sign up.
  • Don’t expect to get into a participating restaurant without a reservation during Restaurant Week. Reservations should always be made in advance.
  • If you do have a reservation but your plans change, make sure to cancel ahead of time. This will allow the restaurant to fill your time slot with other diners.
  • Use Denver Restaurant Week to try new restaurants that you’ve always wanted to visit. Restaurant Week happens only once a year!

More information about Denver Restaurant Week can be found on Denver.org website. The event is presented by several notable sponsors including the Denver Convention & Visitors Bureau, OpenTable.com and 5280 Magazine, Johnson & Wales University, and the Colorado Restaurant Association.

Photo Credits: Denver.org

Jim Garcia RE/MAX Castle Rock CO Realtor
By: 2017-01-17

Jim Garcia is a RE/MAX Professionals Colorado Realtor® in Douglas County Colorado. When he's not involved with real estate transactions, he spends time with his family, hones his cooking skills and enjoys the unique adventures only Colorado can offer.