DENVER - Have no fear, there are reservations left.
From Feb. 22 through 28, you will have your choice of 313 restaurants to choose from for a scrumptious meal for two at a fixed price.
According to Visit Denver, steakhouses fill up quickly, but every restaurant still has places left because there are always last-minute cancellations. Bars in restaurants are always first-come, first-serve.
Visit Denver recommends trying an "off" hour for dinner, 5 or 9 p.m., to avoid crowds and wait times.
Visit Denver also says to expect more exciting menus this year. They say a small price increase is allowing restaurants to get more creative in their menus.
The fixed price has been $52.80 for a dinner for two since Denver Restaurant Week began. Visit Denver said after ten years it was time to make a change.
This year participating restaurants will offer a multi-course dinner for two for $60, or $30 for one (not including tax or gratuity).
Getting a reservation is easy. Go to denverrestaurantweek.com and check out the menus. Find a place you'd like to experience, then either make a reservation on opentable.com or call the restaurant to make a reservation.
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