Schedule Your Reservations for Denver Restaurant Week Now!

Denver Restaurant Week is just another perk of senior living in Denver at St. Andrew’s Village. For a limited time, there are hundreds of delectable restaurants around the metro area that are offering specialty menus at reduced prices.  If you are looking to try out some of the best restaurants Denver has to offer without breaking the bank make your reservations as soon as you can.

Restaurant week runs for 10 days from February 24 to March 5, but the reservations fill up fast. If you are having a hard time finding an opening try to book your meal during non-peak eating times. Check out some of the new additions to Denver’s Restaurant  Week below.

http://www.5280.com/digital/2017/02/5-new-spots-check-out-denver-restaurant-week5 New Spots to Check Out for Denver Restaurant Week | 5280 Denver Restaurant Week is back! From February 24 to March 5, the 13th annual celebration of the local restaurant scene is offering deals at 256 (and counting) restaurant choices. This year, DRW organizer Visit Denver introduced a price-tiering option, with three-course meals at participating restaurants falling into three price ranges (per person): $25, $35, and $45. Not only does this give restaurant-goers more options for dinner, it also offers restaurateurs a bit more flexibility in creating their menus. Whether you’re looking for a casual bargain or a black-tie splurge, this year’s DRW lineup offers something for every taste and budget.

Not sure where to start? Since this annual celebration of the Mile High City’s ever-growing dining scene is all about trying new places, we highlighted five eateries, each new to Denver Restaurant Week, whose menus caught our attention. Just be sure to call early for a reservation, as many restaurants book up well in advance. Read more…

 

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