Denver’s “Mile High” Special
February 20 – March 5
The highly successful Denver Restaurant Week returns with a bang. Diners reap the rewards from the program’s popularity with two weeks of Mile High specials in 2010. Not mile high as in extravagant but mile high in reference to Denver’s 5280’ altitude – A Mile High. More than 260 (281 at last count) metro-area restaurants will offer multi-course dinners for the price of $52.80 for two or $26.40 for one. Price does not include tax or gratuity. Restaurant “Week” runs from February 20 – March 5, 2010.
Join in the culinary celebration by trying a newly opened restaurant, returning to an old favorite or finally getting to one that’s on your wish list. Geographically the range stretches from Longmont (Terrior Restaurant), Niwot (Colterra) and Boulder (Q’s and Laudisio) in the north Metro area to Sedalia (Gabriel’s) and Parker (Trappers Chophouse) in the south, and from Conifer (Raven’s), Evergreen (Aspen Grill) and Kittredge (Black Hat Cattle Co.) on the west to the eastern edge of Aurora (Wine Experience Cafe).
The variety spans the culinary world from steakhouses such as Elway’s and Del Frisco’s to Nick-N-Willy’s take and bake pizza in Highlands Ranch. Looking for ethnic? Here is a sampling of ethnic options:
- Brazilian – Fogo de Chao Churrascaria
- Caribbean – 8 Rivers Modern Caribbean
- Chinese – Jing Restaurant
- Cuban – Cuba, Cuba Cafe & Bar
- French – Le Central French Restaurant
- Indian – India’s Pearl
- Irish – Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
- Italian – Brio Tuscan Grille
- Japanese – Sonoda’s
- Latin – Samba Room
- Mediterranean – Rioja
- Middle Eastern – Phoenician Kabob
- Mexican – Tamayo
- Spanish – Ondo’s Spanish Tapa’s Bar
- Vietnamese – Saigon Landing Restaurant
Browse Denver Restaurant Week for the $52.80 specials offered by each participating restaurant. Reservations strongly advised. Bon Appétit!