DENVER — Denver Restaurant Week begins on Friday, Feb. 21 and runs through Sunday, March 1, featuring more than 230 restaurants.
Diners will have no shortage of special menus to choose from during the annual 10-day food fest.
Once again, participating restaurants are offering three- or four-course meals for $25, $35 or $45 per person, mixing in menu classics with new items to try to attract a frenzy of diners looking to discover new eateries and rekindle old flames. The restaurants range from downtown Denver to Evergreen to Castle Rock.
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The total of participants is down slightly from the 254 eateries that took place in the celebration, organized by Visit Denver, in 2019, but it represents continued strong participation into the event, which is now in its 16th year.
Denver Restaurant Week is organized annually during this time of year to give a boost to restaurants in what is traditionally one of their quietest times for visitors.
> For examples of 20 different restaurants’ offerings during Denver Restaurant Week, click/tap here.
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