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Tough Choices: These Are the Top 10 Restaurants to Visit During Restaurant Week

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There are hundreds of restaurants participating in Denver Restaurant Week, a one-week promotion that runs from February 22 to February 28. From Lakewood to Park Meadows, Boulder to Stapleton, restaurants featuring all cuisines and widely varied styles offer multi-course menus for $60.00 for two. So, how do you choose? How do you know where the best deals are -- the most interesting menus and the most authentic experiences? After much review, here are 10 restaurants worth a visit this restaurant week.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Axios Greek Restaurant

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The traditional Greek restaurant located in the Berkeley neighborhood is offering traditional dishes like saganaki as a starter and lamb ribs for a main course, among other options.

Fuel Cafe

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The RiNo restaurant features several attractive choices on its Restaurant Menu. The starters include options like the burrata with blood orange, beets, and coriander and the saffron arancini risotto balls with fontina and fennel tomato sauce.

Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen

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At this restaurant owned by chef Jennifer Jasinski, the first course begins with a 22 ounce bomber of four different beers, one being Firestone Walker Union Jack IPA. The third course has 19 different options available.

Indulge French Bistro

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The classic French restaurant, Indulge, located in the Highlands is serving lots of different traditional options for restaurant week. Start your meal with the pate de campagne and finish it with duo de crème brûlée.

Spuntino

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The restaurant owned by chef John Broening and pastry chef Yasmin Lozada-Hissom is offering its full menu during restaurant week. Diners can get a taste of the food created at the LoHi eatery at a bargain price.

Street Kitchen Asian Bistro

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Four courses are offered at this restaurant owned by chef Mary Nguyen. There's an appetizer, shared selection of dim sum, a soup choice, and a main course choice. Dessert can be added for an additional $5.28.

Vesta Dipping Grill

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Vesta Dipping Grill is adding to the traditional restaurant week menu with $13 wine pairings and $3 bites you can add on. Start with the chef taste course of asparagus soup then start picking between items like the house smoked steelhead trout or the winter vegetable and potato samosa on the appetizer course.

Amerigo Delicatus

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The RiNo restaurant known for its fresh house-made pastas is featuring dishes from its regular dinner menu. Among the highlights, the gnudi and the linguini served with the house sweet Italian sausage.

Central Bistro and Bar

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Chef Matt Selby created a menu that gives Restaurant Week diners many options. Appetizers include dishes like the black garlic dumplings and entrees feature plates like the roasted loch duart salmon, served with fettuccine.

Colt & Gray

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At this LoHi restaurant, dinners can decide whether to have the traditional restaurant week menu, two for $60, or step it up notch and have a meal to themselves for $60. The traditional menu features items like pork and duck terrine, braised beef short-rib, and chocolate bread pudding. The Elevated Restaurant Week Menu offers oysters, lobster fricassee, and olive oil and pistachio cake.

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Axios Greek Restaurant

The traditional Greek restaurant located in the Berkeley neighborhood is offering traditional dishes like saganaki as a starter and lamb ribs for a main course, among other options.

Fuel Cafe

The RiNo restaurant features several attractive choices on its Restaurant Menu. The starters include options like the burrata with blood orange, beets, and coriander and the saffron arancini risotto balls with fontina and fennel tomato sauce.

Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen

At this restaurant owned by chef Jennifer Jasinski, the first course begins with a 22 ounce bomber of four different beers, one being Firestone Walker Union Jack IPA. The third course has 19 different options available.

Indulge French Bistro

The classic French restaurant, Indulge, located in the Highlands is serving lots of different traditional options for restaurant week. Start your meal with the pate de campagne and finish it with duo de crème brûlée.

Spuntino

The restaurant owned by chef John Broening and pastry chef Yasmin Lozada-Hissom is offering its full menu during restaurant week. Diners can get a taste of the food created at the LoHi eatery at a bargain price.

Street Kitchen Asian Bistro

Four courses are offered at this restaurant owned by chef Mary Nguyen. There's an appetizer, shared selection of dim sum, a soup choice, and a main course choice. Dessert can be added for an additional $5.28.

Vesta Dipping Grill

Vesta Dipping Grill is adding to the traditional restaurant week menu with $13 wine pairings and $3 bites you can add on. Start with the chef taste course of asparagus soup then start picking between items like the house smoked steelhead trout or the winter vegetable and potato samosa on the appetizer course.

Amerigo Delicatus

The RiNo restaurant known for its fresh house-made pastas is featuring dishes from its regular dinner menu. Among the highlights, the gnudi and the linguini served with the house sweet Italian sausage.

Central Bistro and Bar

Chef Matt Selby created a menu that gives Restaurant Week diners many options. Appetizers include dishes like the black garlic dumplings and entrees feature plates like the roasted loch duart salmon, served with fettuccine.

Colt & Gray

At this LoHi restaurant, dinners can decide whether to have the traditional restaurant week menu, two for $60, or step it up notch and have a meal to themselves for $60. The traditional menu features items like pork and duck terrine, braised beef short-rib, and chocolate bread pudding. The Elevated Restaurant Week Menu offers oysters, lobster fricassee, and olive oil and pistachio cake.

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