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Denver Chefs' get cooking as they prep for Denver Restaurant Week
BOULDER– Reservations are filling up quick for Denver Restaurant Week, but college students on a budget can still get in on the fun here in Boulder.
The original “Denver Restaurant Week” started in 2005. It was so popular it turned into a two-week celebration of fine dining. This year's celebration kicks off February 25th and goes through March 5th.
For the “Mile-High” price of $52.80 for two people or $26.40 for one, guests will get to explore their taste buds with a multi-course meal. “It may be a little more than you’d spend going out for a slice of pizza somewhere but it is good to treat yourself to a nice dinner and you can’t do that all of the time,” Tom Arthur, Laudisio Manager said.
“Visit Denver” created Denver Restaurant week after the recession hit.
Laudisio, Euclid Hall, and Trattoria on Pearl Street agree restaurant week has been successful increasing business post-recession.
“I think universally across Colorado late February through April is really the slow season. Having an event like this during slower times when restaurants have the availability to host, we’re really happy for the customer’s to come in,” Tom Arthur, Laudisio Manager said.
If you’re feeling more adventurous you can take the highway to Denver and try Euclid Hall’s homemade sausages, mustards and pickles.
“Most restaurants have specialty menus and only have a few options per course. I think that’s the best thing about ours is that you can try anything on our menu,” Tori Anderson, Euclid Hall server said.
Almost 300 restaurants in the Denver-Metro area are included on the Denver Restaurant Week list.
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