Twenty years of tasting Denver’s culinary delights
This year marks 20 years since the start of Denver Restaurant Week (DRW). The Denver food scene has evolved impressively in that time. From March 1-10, foodies of all ages will celebrate the opportunity to try new culinary delights with abundant and affordable offerings.
Diners will have both dine-in and to-go options priced at $25, $35, $45 and $55 for multi-course meals. DRW aims to highlight Denver’s culinary landscape by helping increase business and encourage new patrons across establishments.
Although suburban restaurants take part in DRW, for those wanting to explore the city’s vibrant food scene and escape the ‘burbs,’ DRW is a good time to do that. Trendy, modern, classic and chic-chef creations are plentiful across Denver proper, including Downtown, Larimer Square, Union Station, Lower Downtown, Uptown, Cherry Creek, River North Art District, Capitol Hill and the Highlands.
Participating DRW restaurants and menus will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned by visiting www.denverrestaurantweek.com and make plans to secure your table reservations and take part in this tasty tradition.
By Elean Gersack