It's that time of year again! Heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are showing up in shops, couples are walking hand-in-hand and love is in the air. Denver is a wonderfully romantic city in which to spend this lovers' holiday. 

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Romantic Events & Activities

Cooking with Cupid

WHEN: Feb. 9–12, 2022
WHERE: Cook Street School of Culinary Arts & Online

Join the chefs at Cook Street for a Valentine’s celebration that’s guaranteed to stir up more than just delicious dishes. This deluxe class includes tuna tartare on crispy rice, brown-butter roasted cauliflower, grilled tomahawk steak with bone-marrow compound butter, aji Amarillo sweet-potato puree, grilled Brussels sprouts, pickled apple and strawberry cake with chocolate mousse and champagne jelly for dessert! Spoil yourself by adding on the optional wine tasting.

Art & Sip: Block Print Handmade Valentines

WHEN: Feb. 10, 2022
WHERE: 400 Quail Rd., Longmont

Make handmade Valentine’s Day cards for all the people you love! You’ll carve linoleum rubber blocks to create your own personal stamps and then make prints on handmade cards. The stamps are yours to use again and again. Beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks will be available for purchase in the Atrium Bar.

'Tinder Live' with Lane Moore - Valentines Show

WHEN: Feb. 11, 2022
WHERE: The Dairy Arts Center, Boulder

"Tinder Live" With Lane Moore is the critically acclaimed, totally improvised show where Moore projects her Tinder onto a screen, swipes through profiles live on stage, and the audience votes whether she swipes right or left, to hilarious and surprisingly kind results. "Tinder Live" was hailed by The New York Times as being “ingenious. The way she manipulates tone and pace reveals an artist supremely confident in her form.”

Marguerite Juenemann

WHEN: Feb. 12, 2022
WHERE: Dazzle @ Baur's

This band of stellar players will present some of the most beautifully composed standards to lovingly celebrate your Valentine’s Day.

Heart Throb 5k

WHEN: Feb. 12, 2022
WHERE: 8001 W 59th Ave., Arvada

Are you a Heart Throb? Grab your best running buddy and come on out to Johnny Roberts Memorial Park on the Saturday before Valentine's Day. Celebrate the ability to get your heart pumping by cruising through this flat and fast 5k run (or walk!)

Valentine's BAZAAR

WHEN: Feb. 12–13, 2022
WHERE: 439 S Upham St., Lakewood

Visit a vibrant indoor pop-up market filled with all of your Valentine’s needs. Shop local for a loved one, or treat yourself with 50+ curated vendors offering a wide range of giftable goods. The free event will also feature live music, along with options to purchase Shop & Sip experiences featuring bottomless mimosas or wine tastings. 

Boulder Opera's Opera Amore: A Valentine’s Concert

WHEN: Feb. 13, 2022
WHERE: 400 Quail Rd., Longmont

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Italian Opera favorites including arias, duets, trios and quartets by Verdi, Puccini, Bellini, Mozart and more. The program will explore the many aspects of love — love yet to be, dreaming of love, new love, lost love, betrayal and reconciliation — all set amidst a romantic café in Italy. Make it a date and enjoy chocolate and a drink.

Love Potions from the Vine Tour

WHEN: Feb. 13–15, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Celebrate the month of love with a captivating tour of exotic plants that have inspired myths and tease the senses. Roses aren't the only plants associated with love and romance — the steamy jungle has no shortage of plants thought to have powers to inspire, enamor or seduce. Escape the winter chill in the Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory with this tour of purported aphrodisiacs and learn about the secret romantic lives of tropical plants.

Live Music Series at Woodie Fisher - Valentine's Day

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: Woodie Fisher Kitchen & Bar

Enjoy an evening of live music from the Roots & Rhythm Duo this Valentine's Day!

Loveland Valentine's Day Group Wedding and Vow Renewal

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: The Giant LOVE Sculpture by The Loveland Visitor's Center​, Loveland

Loveland — it's right there in the name! The group wedding and vow renewal will include a romantic ceremony, keepsake photos, a lock couples can use to "Lock their love" on the famous LOVE sculpture or HEART sculpture in Loveland, gift bags, signature wedding cupcakes and a chance to win a huge gift basket.

Couples' Spa Escape

Unwind together with a couples massage or spa escape at one of Denver's many spas and wellness hotspots. 

Craft and Sip

You'll laugh at your artistic abilities (or lack thereof), loosen your conversation with wine and come away with two memorable pieces of art after a paint-and-sip evening or a night of crafting at Upstairs Circus

Valentine's Day Dinner Specials

Valentine Wine Dinner at Balistreri Vineyards

WHEN: Feb. 11–12, 2022
WHERE: Balistreri Vineyards

This is a romantic evening with an exquisite six-course dinner paired with Balistreri Library Wines, including some from the famous Lovies Vineyard!

Valentine’s Day Dinner at Tamayo

WHEN: Feb. 11–13, 2022
WHERE: Tamayo

Celebrate Valentine's Day with Tamayo! This year, the restaurant will be featuring a decadent three-course dine-in special. Reservations are strongly recommended. ¡Qué romántico!

3-Course Valentine’s Dinner at Humboldt Kitchen + Bar

WHEN: Feb. 11–14, 2022
WHERE: Humboldt Kitchen + Bar

Celebrate an evening of romance with a chef-prepared three-course Valentine's menu. The full food and drink menu will also be available. 

Romance Under the Sea at Downtown Aquarium

WHEN: Feb. 11–14, 2022
WHERE: Downtown Aquarium

Looking for a unique dining experience this Valentine's Day? Take your sweetheart to the Downtown Aquarium for a decadent four-course meal, complete with one bottle of wine to share and two exhibit passes.

Three Days of Valentines with Chef Tom’s Five Course Menu at Coohills

WHEN: Feb. 11–14, 2022
WHERE: Coohills

Indulge in a Valentine’s Day menu specially curated by our very own sweethearts, Tom and Diane Coohill. Add a standardd or premium wine/cocktail flight to sweeten the night! Call to make a reservation (303) 623-5700 or send an email to events@coohills.com.

Chef Taylor West's Be My Valentine Pop-Up Kitchen

WHEN: Feb. 12, 2022
WHERE: INTUEAT

Chef Taylor will be hosting a very intimate tasting menu for Valentine's weekend at the INTUEAT kitchen featuring a delicious four-course, Southern-Asian-inspired meal. This pop-up will showcase the food and flavors of Chef Taylor's travels in Asia with the Southern traditions he grew up with. Seats can be purchased in pairs of two or four.

Cupid & Cocktails Pairing Dinner at Ironton Distillery & Crafthouse

WHEN: Feb. 12, 2022
WHERE: Ironton Distillery & Crafthouse

Enjoy a special evening that's Cupid approved. Ironton's special paired and plated, three-course dinner returns! Your ticket includes live music, four full-sized cocktails, and three paired plates. Add an optional bouquet of fresh roses from local florist Daisy's Front Porch and they'll be on the table when you arrive.

 

The ART of Valentine's Day Dinner at FIRE at the ART hotel

WHEN: Feb. 12–15, 2022
WHERE: FIRE at the ART hotel

The ART of romance is a love language all its own, and the folks at FIRE would consider themselves fluent! Enjoy a red-hot Valentine's Day dinner at the ART, a Hotel Denver for a delicious prix fixe menu at the FIRE Restaurant & Lounge artfully prepared by Chef Jon Keeley.

Chef Randy's Valentine's Day Querida

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: INTUEAT

Chef Randy will host a high-end romantic dinner evening at the INTUEAT kitchen. This event features a three-course meal, complete with wine pairings aimed to tantalize your taste buds. 

Love, Sushi and Other Drugs: Valentine's Dinner

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: Colorado Sake Co.

Indulge in beautifully crafted sushi sake pairings prepared in collaboration with Denver Sushi House. Some of the featured courses will include a sushi duet of steak and lobster and a dim sum tasting.

Valentine's Day Menu at Table Mountain Grill & Cantina

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: Table Mountain Grill & Cantina, Golden

Bring your hot tamale to Table Mountain Grill & Cantina for a day full of tamales that will fill your heart and stomach, including duck, carnitas and portabello. There are even dessert tamales to end your night: a hot tamale (with cinnamon, apple and chili powder) and a chocolate tamale.

Valentine's Dinner at Spruce Farm & Fish

WHEN: Feb. 14, 2022
WHERE: Hotel Boulderado, Boulder

Enjoy specials like monkfish cacio e pepe, double bone-in heirloom Duroc pork chop, sea scallops and petite CAB filet mignon or roasted tomato and fall vegetable risotto, with toffee-studded coffee crème brûlée for dessert. 

Music & Performing Arts

'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'

WHEN: Thru March 6, 2022
WHERE: Singleton Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex

There is no dysfunctional stage couple quite like George and Martha, and there is no better way to experience this powder keg drama than up close in the intimate Singleton Theatre. The funny and darkly unsettling duo welcomes you into their living room, along with young couple Honey and Nick. But with every drink poured, George and Martha’s takedowns get more and more heated until the conversation descends into all-out marital warfare. How far can they go before this raucous night spills over?

'Rattlesnake Kate'

WHEN: Feb. 4–March 13, 2022
WHERE: Wolf Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Around 100 years ago near Greeley, Colorado, frontierswoman Kate Slaughterback fought tooth, nail and rifle to save her son, killing 140 rattlesnakes in one quick-thinking and courageous battle. After the infamous showdown, “Rattlesnake Kate” became a global sensation. But her battles were far from over: To find a love that would last. To be treated as an equal. To forge a future for herself and for other women like her.Discover the inspirational true story that is larger than life and stranger than fiction in this vibrant new musical.

'In the Upper Room'

WHEN: Feb. 11–March 13, 2022
WHERE: Kilstrom Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Meet the Berrys, a multi-generational African American family in the 1970s. Their lives orbit around a strong-willed matriarch whose secrets drive her relatives nuts. Fed up, they each make plans to break away. But by standing their ground, they may lose what has held them together all along.

'The Other Josh Cohen'

WHEN: Thru May 1, 2022
WHERE: Garner Galleria Theatre & Bar

Enter the quirky world of Josh Cohen’s New York City apartment — as it's getting robbed. Broke and alone, all hope seems lost for Josh, until a mysterious letter arrives that changes his life forever. This 90-minute life-changing laugh-fest for the whole family will leave you feeling better about the world!

'Until the Flood'

WHEN: Thru Aug. 11, 2023
WHERE: Online

After the death of Michael Brown, The Ferguson Unrest shook the nation to its core and put a spotlight on police brutality and discrimination. Using extensive interviews she conducted herself, Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie Award winner Dael Orlandersmith created eight fictional characters to represent the broad spectrum of perspectives that continue to define and divide our country at large.

Museum & Art Exhibitions

The 19th Century in European and American Art

WHERE: Denver Art Museum
In newly installed galleries, view more than 85 artworks from the museum’s collection by Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Édouard Manet, Willard Leroy Metcalf, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Childe Hassam and others that tell a story about one of the most important times in art history.

Immersive Van Gogh

WHEN: Thru Feb. 21, 2022
WHERE: Lighthouse Denver

Renowned for transforming venues into unforgettable art experiences, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit strives to highlight the unique architecture of its spaces while integrating influences from its history and community. Get ready to be transported the second you step inside!

Passages: Bound and Free

WHEN: Thru Feb. 25, 2022
WHERE: Blair Caldwell African American Research Library

This exhibition portrays artist Verline “Mijiza” Geaither's personal interpretation of the experiences of many Black men, women and children who live and have lived in the United States of America. As you experience this artwork, consider what it might invoke inside of you about your personal journey. What have been the passages in your life, what do you anticipate in the future? We all come and go. What do you see? How do you feel? What do you know? And, ultimately, who is in control?

Smoking Mirrors: a Reflection on Identity in Mexico and the USA, 1821-2021

WHEN: Thru Feb. 26, 2022
WHERE: Museo de las Americas

This visual arts exhibit curated by the Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project honors the Colorado Chicano/a mural tradition of using public art in service to the people and communities that are historically dehumanized and oppressed in US society.

The Culture Museum

WHEN: Thru Feb. 27, 2022; Fri.–Sun.
WHERE: 1439 26th St.

Historic Five Points is home to a new immersive pop-up art museum and selfie exhibition celebrating Black girl magic! The new experience is curated by Museum for Black Girls founder Charlie Billingsley.

The Curse of Novo Ita: Immersive Art Experience

WHEN: Thru Feb. 27, 2022
WHERE: Spectra Art Space

Spookadelia investigates the human condition and our relationship with self and the world while providing a fresh take on art consumption and the haunted experience. This all-ages psychedelic immersive art, augmented reality and theatrical experience is spooky fun for the whole family!

By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects

WHEN: Thru March 1, 2022
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

A series of thematic installations drawn primarily from the architecture and design collection, By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects illustrates the abundance and versatility of approaches to design. How does it come into being? Who creates it and for what purpose? How does it serve society? What trends inspire it?

Black in Denver

WHEN: Thru March 5, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Narkita Gold is a Denver-based artist who's been honing her skills in digital photography since 2009. Her exhibition Black in Denver is a portrait and interview series that takes delves into Black life in Denver.

A Decade of Discovery: Clyfford Still in Denver

WHEN: Thru March 6, 2022
WHERE: Clyfford Still Museum

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Clyfford Still Museum, this exhibition takes inspiration from the museum’s beloved inaugural exhibition while highlighting some of its most compelling revelations since. Featured surprises include photographs of lost paintings from the 1930s, undocumented and mysterious artworks found during inventory, ways in which our understanding of Still’s earliest years and artistic training has expanded, and even a few architectural quirks of the building.

Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in FranceWhistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France

WHEN: Thru March 13, 2022 
WHERE: Dever Art Museum

See more than 100 paintings made between 1855 and 1913 in the first comprehensive examination of France's stylistic impact on American painting of the period. From academic training in Paris to exploration of the countryside landscape, Whistler to Cassatt reveals both the visual and conceptual influences of France on American painters in the 19th and early 20th century.

Organic Tarot: Works by Tya Alisa Anthony

WHEN: Thru April 3, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Interdisciplinary artist and curator Tya Alisa Anthony combines archival photos with botanical imagery to illuminate and reframe the personal stories of Depression-era Black sharecroppers and reimagine them as icons of divine and mystical power. Organic Tarot explores the often-hidden stories of people of color depicted in historic photographs.

Cross-Pollination: The Moth Migration Project

WHEN: Thru April 3, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

In this immersive installation, Hilary Lorenz covers gallery surfaces with more than 16,000 ink and paper moths crowdsourced from participants in 27 countries. The project celebrates moths as both important pollinators and as a metaphor for the cross-pollination of ideas through global human relationships. Participants were encouraged to create moths specific to their geographic region.

Indelible Garden

WHEN: Thru April 3, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Memories of nature have left an indelible mark on Taiko Chandler’s identity, one which is reflected in her delicate, undulating abstractions. Born and raised in the mountains of Nagano, Japan, Chandler’s life has been shaped by the presence of the natural world. Recollections of the wild forests near her hometown, her father’s garden and her mother’s ikebana (traditional flower arranging) suffuse her artwork, finding form in the organic, layered shapes of her prints and installations. Chandler’s plant-like forms are not intended as literal representations of nature, but rather interpret its foundational influence on family and memory.

Kukuli Velarde: CORPUS

WHEN: Thru April 9, 2022
WHERE: Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College

This exhibition presents Peruvian American artist Kukuli Velarde’s CORPUS project in its entirety for the first time. Fifteen ceramic sculptures, each with matching tapestries, will be displayed in a symbolic representation of the annual Corpus Christi festival in Cusco, Perú. Corpus Christi is a Roman Catholic festival that is celebrated internationally; in majority-Catholic Perú, the festival holds great cultural and religious significance. Huge crowds flood the city streets to watch fifteen statues of saints and religious figures carried in procession from their respective parishes to a cathedral in the city center. The next day, the statues are carried in a specific order in procession around the central plaza. After the procession, they remain in the cathedral for seven days before being returned to their original homes.

State Historical Fund Retrospective

WHEN: Thru April 30, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado

This exhibit explores the rich contributions of History Colorado's State Historical Fund. Through the preservation of the built environment, the SHF has enhanced vibrant communities across the state for more than three decades.

The Power of Horses

WHEN: Thru May 9, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

This exhibit features a mix of captivating artifacts, pop-culture cues and engaging activities to explore the power of horses. No stone is left unturned on this meandering journey through Colorado history, from prehistoric horses and Ute tribal traditions to contemporary Black horsemanship and even therapeutic horses. Visitors can explore the many ways these beautiful animals have shaped Colorado communities as working animals, sources of entertainment, treasured companions and symbols of freedom.

GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World

WHEN: Thru May 15, 2022 
WHERE: Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS)

Explore the science, sound, history and pop culture behind the world’s most popular instrument. You will experience and celebrate the many facets of this iconic instrument, from its origin and continued evolution, to the music it creates and the cultural impact it has had. The exhibition features more than 60 instruments and explores the cultural and physical history of the guitar — from lutes and ouds to modern, high-tech and experimental instruments. You'll also get to know some local guitarists through short biographies and imagery featured throughout the exhibition.

Skyward: Breakthroughs in Flight

WHEN: Thru June 15, 2022
WHERE: Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

Opening in congruence with the anniversary of the Wright brother’s historic flight, Skyward: Breakthroughs in Flight highlights extraordinary aerospace milestones and the people who made them happen by featuring one-of-a-kind artifacts from Wings’ own collection. Featured artifacts include Wright Flyer fabric that went to the moon with Neil Armstrong, an American flag signed by Charles Lindbergh, fabric from the Lockheed Vega that Amelia Earhart flew solo across the Atlantic and more! These artifacts help tell the story of each great moment in flight as well as the people that shaped the course of human history and enabled the next generation of aviators to fly higher, faster and farther.  

Revisión: Art in the Americas

WHEN: Thru July 17, 2022
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

This thematic presentation will explore land, people and place by linking ancient and contemporary artworks that address political and social issues at the heart of the region’s cultural heritage as well as expand the narrative through voices that include women artists and contemporary voices that speak to the diversity of the Americas.

Brick & Soul // Armando Geneyro

WHEN: Thru July 30, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Local photographer Armando Geneyro connects the build environment with the people who shape its meaning. A versatile photographer, Armando specializes in events coverage and photojournalism. His passion for street photography allows him to connect to his subjects and immerse himself in different cultures.

Seeing the Invisible

WHEN: Thru Aug. 1, 2022
WHERE: Denver Botanic Gardens

Seeing the Invisible presents virtual works that engage with existing features of the natural landscape. The augmented reality exhibition features new works by international artists including Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui, John Gerrard, Ori Gersht, Mohammed Kazem and Sigalit Landau — including several artists’ first works in AR. Beyond the boundaries of what is possible with physical artworks, many of the works created for the exhibition address themes of nature, environment, sustainability and the intersection of the physical world with the digital one.

Building Denver: Visions of the Capital City 

WHEN: Thru Sept. 6, 2022
WHERE: History Colorado Center

Tour this time-traveling exhibition with a captivating expert and see The Mile High City in a whole new light! Building Denver: Visions of the Capital City explores the growth, urban development and architecture of Denver from 1860 to today. Throughout 3,000 interactive square feet, the exhibition reveals how civic leaders, designers and residents have steadily worked to bring their own visions for Denver to life.

Memory Mirror

WHEN: Thru March 5, 2023
WHERE: Denver Art Museum

Lares Feliciano's Memory Mirror is an immersive installation that invites visitors to explore their relationship with memory through animation, dioramas and interactive storytelling. Designed to evoke the memory of a relative's living room, this exhibition will transform the museum's Precourt Family Discovery Hall into a surreal domestic den that is both familiar and fantastic.

Night Lights Denver

WHEN: Permanent
WHERE: Daniels & Fisher Tower

Night Lights Denver features rotating content designed by local artists and the community and projected on the Arapahoe Street side of the Daniels & Fisher Tower every Thursday through Saturday evening.

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Romantic Locations in Denver

Traditional Tea at the Brown Palace Hotel & Spa

Experience a touch of elegant, Old World charm at the historic Brown Palace Hotel & Spa. The Traditional Afternoon Tea takes place between noon and 4 p.m. in the hotel's gorgeous atrium lobby and includes freshly made scones, pastries, sandwiches and a wide variety of teas.

Green Russell

Steal away to a speakeasy in Denver's posh Larimer Square. Hidden behind the "front" of a pie shop, Green Russell offers handcrafted, artisanal cocktails in an intimate, 1920s-inspired space.

 

Peaks Lounge at Hyatt Regency

Located on the 27th floor of the Hyatt Regency Denver, the Peaks Lounge offers swoon-inducing views of the Rocky Mountains and downtown, along with 40 wines by the glass and a menu of appetizers and desserts.

D Bar Denver

Does your sweetie have a sweet tooth? The upscale D Bar Denver, owned by Keegan Gerhard, one of the nation's top pastry chefs, is just the ticket, with a menu filled with sinful treats like Cake and Shake (three-layer chocolate cake, manjari frosting, and a vanilla or chocolate milk shake or malt) or a Chocolate & Hazelnut Sitting in a Tree (chocolate soufflé, chocolate sauce, Nutella beignets and praline ice cream). Need we say more?

Dive Lounge at the Downtown Aquarium

It's not 20,000 leagues under the sea, but it'll do. An upscale getaway in a truly unique setting, the Dive Lounge is located on the first floor of Denver's Downtown Aquarium, offering the chance to sip cocktails with your sweetheart while surrounded by beautiful marine life.

Cruise Room at the Oxford Hotel

One of the most hidden and romantic downtown Denver bars, the art deco-style Cruise Room in the Oxford Hotel was modeled after one of the lounges on the legendary Queen Mary, with original chrome and neon creating an unparalleled atmosphere. Order a drink from the classic cocktail menu or enjoy a handmade martini. 

Tips for Valentine's Day in Denver

Flowers

No Denver Valentine's Day is complete without fresh flowers. Clueless about which bouquet to buy? Don't worry; Denver's expert florists have got you covered. The Highlands neighborhood is home to the flagship location of the trusted Lehrer's Flowers (3191 W. 38th Ave.), with a wide selection and a knowledgeable staff. You can also place your order through Lehrer's website and have flowers delivered. Visit Bouquets in Lower Downtown — they were named one of America's top 10 florists by Bon Appetit Magazine. Downtown's world-famous historic hotel, The Brown Palace Hotel & Spa (321 17th St.) has its own flower shop, featuring exquisite designs and arrangements using flowers from around the world.

Gifts

Perhaps you don't want to stop at flowers this Valentine's Day? You've got plenty of gift options. Sound of the Rockies Chorus will deliver a Singing Valentine to serenade your love by quartets formed from an award-winning chorus in the Denver area. Explore The Mile High City's vibrant art districts, which are filled with galleries, boutiques and craft stores. For stylish boutiques, head to Larimer Square in Lower Downtown or to the nearby Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall. Still on the hunt for that perfect gift? Cherry Creek North is Denver's premier shopping and dining neighborhood, boasting hundreds of independently owned shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and spas. Add to that the upscale Cherry Creek Shopping Center, with an additional 160 brand-name stores, and together they create the largest, most diverse shopping district between Chicago and San Francisco.  

Dinner for Two

Valentine's Day is a perfect excuse for an intimate, candlelit dinner. And in Denver you've got dining options galore. In fact, here's a list of particularly romantic restaurants in Denver. Almost every type of cuisine is available in the city; choose from traditional steak houses, tres chic French bistros, adventurous fusion menus and much, much more. Lower Downtown (LoDo) boasts countless great restaurants, but you might also want to check out the offerings in some of Denver's other neighborhoods, including the buzzing Highlands and the cozy Washington Park district.

For more events and activities, see the Denver 365 event calendar. 

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