Denver Restaurant Week is almost over…it runs through Sunday, March 1st! If you have been eyeing any restaurants that you want to try, now is the time to do it. We have participated in several New York Restaurants Weeks because it’s a great way to try a variety of things on a menu for a decent price. What are the prices for Denver Restaurant Week? There are three price points: $25, $35 or $45! What should we keep in mind if we want to participate in Denver Restaurant Week? Check out their Food For Thought section on their site. One major tip though, don’t forget to make reservations and when you do arrive, let the restaurant know you want to participate in the Denver Restaurant Week Menu. Most restaurants offer their full menu in addition to the Restaurant Week menu, so you can order off either if you wanted to. Which restaurants are participating? They have broken down the restaurants participating by neighborhood on this map. You can all search through the hundreds of menus here. From there, you can see everything offered on their menu for Denver Restaurant Week. Do I need to make reservations? Yes, reservations are always recommended! For each restaurant specifically though, either check their site or call them directly to confirm. We always prefer reservations thought. If you are wanting to participate on a weekend, reservations should be mandatory in my opinion. 🙂 What’s the benefit of eating at a restaurant during Restaurant Week? Not only are the prices right, restaurants usually add their more popular dishes to the menu for you to try. It also allows you to have a few courses (including dessert), which you might not typically order. I would take this time to select a restaurant that you’ve long been wanting to try so that you can indulge a bit. It’s a perfect time to schedule a date-night! Enjoy!