Denver is the perfect place for foodies in February. From the annual Denver Restaurant Week to the hot new spots, you'll find out quickly why The Mile High City is continuing to draw national acclaim for its offerings from forward-thinking chefs. Here are five ways to dig in.
Now in its 16th year, hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants will offer multi-course dinners for three tasty prices ($25, $35 or $45) during Denver Restaurant Week, Feb. 21-March 1, 2020.
Denver's restaurants are known for their open-air patios and rooftop decks, but there are some nights when you'd rather find a warm spot to enjoy drinks and dinner. These hot spots have inviting fireplaces and are the perfect places for a warm and cozy meal.
These seasonal craft beers are sure to put you in the winter spirit. Perhaps inspired by the majestic, snow-capped Rocky Mountains, Colorado brewers excel at winter beers, from ales to stouts.
Whether you've been an item for decades or it’s a first date, it’s inevitable that you’re going to be judged on your pick for a special night out. From intimate enclaves ambient with the glow of a fireplace to exquisite cuisine, flirty cocktails and splurge wines, there’s a Denver restaurant for every romantic occasion.
From brilliant Israeli cuisine and daring tasting menus to marvelous Chicago-style tavern pizza and Australian-inspired rotisserie chicken, these noteworthy newcomers (coupled with our city’s favorite local restaurants) define why there’s never been a better time to take a bite out of The Mile High City.