12 scrumptious Denver Restaurant Week menus

For the first time ever, Denver is hosting a special fall edition of Denver Restaurant Week. Takes place from November 13th to 22ndThe aim is to increase sales in restaurants that have struggled to stay open throughout the pandemic. Participating restaurants offer multi-course meals for $ 25, $ 35, or $ 45 per person – a great way to sample some of the best restaurants in town on a budget. The long list of participating restaurants can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the restaurants we’re looking forward to the most.

Khao Soi ramen. Photo courtesy of Ace Eat and Serve.

Where: 501 E 17th Avenue, Denver

When: Wednesday – Thursday and Sunday 4 p.m. – 10 p.m., Friday – Saturday 3 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Price: $ 25

The lowdown: The Asian-inspired restaurant has a large outdoor terrace, table tennis facilities and an extensive selection of Japanese whiskey, as well as a modern menu. During restaurant week, guests can choose between an appetizer with autumn salad or Sichuan shrimp wontons, an appetizer with crispy maitake congee or Khao Soi ramen and a dessert with matcha tiramisu or cherry sake sorbet.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

Photo by Brittni Bell Warshaw.

Where: 1526 Blake St, Denver

When: Wednesday – Saturday 3pm – 10pm and Sunday 12pm – 9pm

Price: $ 35

The lowdown: Brass Tacks offers high-quality cocktails and delicious snacks in a “dine bar” concept that impresses on both fronts. The restaurant week menu consists of a draft cocktail, grilled polenta salad, lamb bolognese and a donut with cinnamon apple spices.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

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Where: 2030 W 30th Ave., Denver

When: Sunday – Thursday 4pm – 10pm and Friday – Saturday 4pm – 11pm

Price: $ 35

The lowdown: The legendary LoHi restaurant has an eclectic décor with a view of the city center on the roof. The farm-to-street concept offers many dining week options including lemongrass pork potstickers, Korean fried chicken, Wagyu pusher, vegan pad thai, a caramel apple handcake, and coconut snow ice.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

Photo by Alden Bonecutter

Where: 400 E 7th Ave, Denver

When: Daily from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Price: $ 35

The lowdown: This restaurant week, Capitol Hill’s favorite serves classic Mediterranean appetizers along with the wines of the neighboring Carboy Winery. The menu includes Carboy House’s choice of white or house red wine, an octopus tostada, grilled prawns, rigatoni mezze, and braised beef with short ribs.

You can find the full menu here.

Photo courtesy of Root Down on Facebook

Where: 1600 W 33rd Ave, Denver

When: Monday – Thursday 4 p.m. – 9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. – 10.30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 2.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 10.30 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. – 2.30 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: Root Down’s global menu is perfect for anyone with dietary restrictions or allergies. The restaurant week menu includes carrot Thai curry soup, roasted beet salad, carrot gnocchi, stone fish tom kha and apple tamarind cobbler.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

Photo courtesy of @diningcolorado on Instagram

Where: 1441 Larimer St, Denver

When: Tuesday – Thursday 4.30 p.m. – 9 p.m. and Friday – Saturday 4.30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: The Denver staple combines Colorado cuisine with globally inspired dishes. The restaurant week menu features Colorado rabbit enchiladas, sous vide yellowtail, Hawaiian escolar, goat cheese agnolotti, and Troy’s freshly baked triple chocolate chip cookies.

You can find the full menu here.

Photo courtesy of The Cherry Cricket on Facebook

Where: 2220 Blake St, Denver and 2641 E 2nd Ave, Denver

When: Baseball stadium location: Sunday – Wednesday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Thursday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Cherry Creek location: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily

Price: $ 25 for two

The lowdown: The local eatery has been turning burgers since 1945 and offers a lot this restaurant week. You can get french fries for two, two burgers, and two soft drinks for just $ 25 – one of the best deals out there.

You can find the full menu here.

Photo courtesy of Wynkoop Brewing Co on Facebook

Where: 1634 18th St, Denver

When: Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Friday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Price: $ 35 for two

The lowdown: The Coop has a lot to offer for those who take part in the restaurant week. The $ 35 menu includes chicken sloppy joe sliders to share, a whole roast chicken, a whole fried chicken, or half and half to share with two Wynkoop beers.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

Photo courtesy of Beast + Bottle on Facebook

Where: 719 E 17th Ave, Denver

When: Wednesday – Saturday 5 p.m. – closed

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: The team behind Beast & Bottle focuses on delivering local, seasonal food to guests. This restaurant week you can fill your three courses with Oaxaca-style mole sausage, stuffed delicata squash, roasted pork loin, and lemon and turmeric cake.

You can find the full menu here. Take-out option is available.

Photo courtesy of The Bindery on Facebook

Where: 1817 Central Street, Denver

When: Tuesday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 9:30 p.m., Friday – Saturday 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: The LoHi classic is best known for brunch, but this restaurant week is the place to stay for dinner. The menu includes apple risotto, cacio y pepe caesar salad, capesanto mare and bagna cauda, ​​a hen made from mezcal and maple, and two delicious desserts.

You can find the full menu here.

Photo courtesy of Duo on Facebook

Where: 2413 W 32nd Ave, Denver

When: Monday – Saturday 5pm – 10pm and Saturday – Sunday 10am – 2pm

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: Duo uses locally sourced ingredients to bring fresh dishes and a friendly atmosphere to the Highland neighborhood. The autumn-inspired menu includes clam soup, lamb bolognese, red trout, pork osso buco, goat cheese panna cotta and flavored honey apple pie.

You can find the full menu here.

Photo by Kori Hazel

Where: 3316 Tejon St # 102, Denver

When: Daily from 5pm to 10pm

Price: $ 45

The lowdown: The new Highland Restaurant recently replaced Old Major and uses fresh and local ingredients and locally sourced meat to create a varied menu. Restaurant week options include scallop ceviche, Brussels sprouts, seafood risotto, and pesto spaghetti, and two dessert options.

You can find the full menu here.

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