With Denver’s restaurant week 2018 just around the corner, our agents served up their favorite locations and dishes from our deliciously foodie city! For 10 delectable days, hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants will offer multi-course tasting menus for $25, $35, or $45. Denver restaurant week delights taste buds from February 23rd until March 4th, 2018. So, browse restaurant week menus and make your reservations before they’re gone!
Live Urban’s Real Estate Agents know the fare and city well, so you can trust that their Denver Restaurant Week 2018 favs are the top of the town:
Jill Mant - Jill recommends Table Six, Mister Tuna, Rioja, Sushi Den and Bar Dough.
“Denver is now so chock-full of deliciousness and all of these restaurants always deliver great food, ambiance, and phenomenal service. I have never had anything I did not like at any of these, but I must say that I love the Scallops and Wakame Salad at Sushi Den.”
Sara Murdoch - Sara’s favorites are Beatrice and Woodsley, Bittersweet, Blackbird Public House, and Carmine’s on Penn.
“As a resident of the West Wash Park neighborhood, I love all of these places and could not choose just one. Beatrice and Woodsley is fun for the their creative food and decor, Bittersweet is a wonderful artisanal farm to table concept, Blackbird Public House has a great neighborhood pub atmosphere and does a lot to support neighborhood schools and teachers, and Carmine’s on Penn has the best family style Italian food in Denver.”
Sara adores the craft salad and avocado salad at Beatrice and Woodsley, the 3 course vegetarian tasting menu at Bittersweet, the grilled oysters and blistered brussels at Blackbird public house and the Fruitti di Mare at Carmine’s on Penn.
Traci Tooman - “I will travel across town for Root Down! I love the atmosphere, service and ever changing, tasty menu! The rockfish Tom Ka and a coconut gin fizz are my go to menu items.”
Stephanie Menuey - Bones is Stephanie’s go to Denver restaurant.
“French inspired Ramen and Pork buns are served here!! They serve asian fusion and offer a cool vibe.”
Stephanie’s go to dish at Bones is their Lobster Ramen.
John Skrabec - John’s picks for this year’s Denver restaurant week aren’t actual recommendations, as he opts for some new dining experiences. He plans to try Il Posto, Concourse, and El Five.
“I’m taking the opportunity to try some new places during Restaurant Week this year.”
Nicole Luna - As a lover of Italian fare, Nicole suggests Coperta & Quality Italian.
“Both restaurants have a cozy ambiance, great drink menu and wonderful service. Quality Italian has a little gem Caesar Salad and Parm chicken (pizza style) that is delicious. You really can’t go wrong with what you order at Coperta.”
Brad Yoshimitsu - Brad’s favorite Denver restaurant week destinations are Departure, Mister Tuna, and Lena.
“Each restaurant offers different and interesting flavors, some simple, some complex - all delicious. All have a fun, lively atmosphere.”
Brad's favorite dishes are bi bim bap at Departure, ahi poke at Mister Tuna, and the tira at Lena.
Joe Chang - Joe’s go-to dining location is Max’s Wine Dive.
“It has my two favorite things in this world - the best fried chicken around and lots of wine.
Enough said. Fried chicken and wine!”