Two weeks. Hundreds of restaurants. Multi-course dinners. All at a fixed price. Are you salivating yet?
Denver Restaurant Week will be held from February 20th – March 5, 2010 in celebration of Denver Colorado’s culinary scene. Hundreds of restaurants will be participating in this event where multi-course meals will be served at a set price of $52.80 for two, or $26.40 for one!
There is something for everyone at Denver Restaurant Week. Are you a fan of trying a variety of ethnic foods? Add some French-styled flair to yourÂ meal at The Melting Pot with their selection of cheese fondue.Â Savor authentic home cooking from the state ofÂ Punjab at The Jewel of India. Satisfy your palate with an array of ItalianÂ coursesat La Dolce Vita and Maggiano’s Little Italy. Taste the Mediterranean at Olivea with cuisines inspired by Spain, Italy, and Southern France.Â Indulge inÂ quesadillas while samplingfrom 100 different tequilas at La Sandia MexicanÂ KitchenÂ and Tequila Bar.Â Enjoy fresh seafood at Fish City Grill and The Oceanaire Seafood Room. Relax with a beer and a traditional Irish meal at Katie Mullen’s Irish Pub and Restaurant. Experience a modern take on Japanese cuisine at HapaÂ Sushi Grill & Sake Bar. Savor prime rib at Prime Steak House or haveÂ some shrimpÂ on the barbieÂ at Outback Steak House. The possiblites are endless!Â TasteÂ cuisines from all around the world in one city – Denver, Colorado.
Not only is Denver a great place to travel because of the mouth watering array of food and restaurants – there is plenty to do during the day. There isÂ 850 miles of urban trailsÂ open forÂ exploring,Â whether you want to by bike or on foot is totally up to you! After experiencing one of the trails maybe you’d like to venture to the Rocky Mountains to ski, snowboard,Â or hike – all of which areÂ packed with adventure and adrenaline rushes. Not to mention, by doing all these activities you won’t have to feel the least bit guilty when indulging inÂ all the food Denver has to offerÂ during your stay. What could beÂ more rewardingÂ than treating yourself toÂ a five course meal after skiing down the Rockies? The Mile High City has it all.