Dining In Colorado With Denver Restaurant Week

Dated: 01/26/2017

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The 13th annual Denver restaurant week us just around the corner and if you are a foodie like me this week was exciting with the much anticipated menu release! 


Some of the best Denver has to offer will bring their amazing food to Colorado taste buds for 10 days starting on the 24th of February. More than 250 restaurants are participating this year, so if you want to hit as many spots as possible you better start planning now. Not to mention with many taking on a new pricing structure you can try more than ever before! Several of the participants are offering a $25 multi course option which has not been done at this price in the events history!

There is a great selection for just about every taste bud and environment for you to enjoy. Here are some of my suggestions- 

Pints Pub- 

Menu Price: $35.00

Pint's Pub is a traditional British brew pub that strives to be your "local" regardless of your locale. Here at Pint's, you'll find the charm and personality of the "local", a place that serves as a crossroads for society, where good beer , freshly prepared good food and as importantly, good conversation are on the bill of fare.

There menu for the event includes a first course - Freshman Single Malt Whiskey, second course - choice of any entree and to finish it off any of there craft brewed ales! 

This is a great stop for a night out with the boys or a more laid back date night. 

If you are looking for something a little more romantic a great stop is La Merise French Bistro in Cherry Creek. The setting is beautiful and the menu is exquisite. They certainly know how to take care of their guests in a setting that replicates the feel of being in France. They have great selection of wines to pair with your meal as well. Drinks are not included in their menu, but the appetizer, entree and desert for $35 will not disappoint! 

My stop for sure this year will be the Capital Grill. Not much needs to be said about this as the menu speaks for itself. For $45 you get to spoil yourself. 

Soup or Salad

Wedge with Blue Cheese and Nueske's Bacon

Caesar Salad with Grana Padano Croutons
New England Clam Chowder

Entree Choice

8oz Filet Mignon
Herb-Roasted Chicken, Apple Brine and Mushroom Risotto
14oz Bone-In NY Strip
Seared Citrus Glazed Salmon with Marcona Almonds and Brown Butter
Porcini Rubbed Tenderloin
Sides for the table:
Sam's Mashed Potatoes
French Beans with Heirloom Tomatoes

Dessert Choice

Flourless Chocolate Espresso Cake
Classic Crème Brulee

Better yet, for only an additional $10 you can upgrade to an 18oz bone in kona crusted NY strip! 


With more than 250 choices this is just scratching the surface of what restaurant week has to offer your taste buds. Make sure you take advantage of this event! The only thing you will regret is there is not enough time to hit them all. Be sure to click the link below to discover all of the participants and check out their menus for the event. 


 http://www.denver.org/denver-restaurant-week/menus/

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