Where to Find the Best Drink Specials During Denver Restaurant Week

February 26 through March 6
by Carrie Dow on Feb 23, 2016 in Roundups
Where to Find the Best Drink Specials During Denver Restaurant Week

Denver Restaurant Week is a delicious tradition that has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. This Leap Year is no different as we will have 10 days of fantastic food from February 26 through March 6. Restaurants all over the Metro Area will serve multi-course dinners for only $30 per person. This is a great time to try someplace new, visit an old haunt you haven’t been to in a while, or even impress a date. We know the food will not disappoint, but what about drinks? Drink Denver has scoured the menus of DRW restaurants and found these drink specials to go along with those delicious meals. Eat, drink, and enjoy denver!

Full menu options and choices, including gluten-free and vegetarian offerings, are listed on the DRW website.

1515 Restaurant 
For DRW, this downtown restaurant offers a choice of dishes from three courses with wine pairings available for an additional cost. (1515 Market St.; 303-571-0011)

Axios 
This Greek restaurant in the Tennyson Arts District is offering a choice of dishes from a three-course menu including hummus and braised lamb ribs. Wine pairings will be an additional $20 per person. (3901 Tennyson St.; 720-328-225)

Bayou Bob’s 
This Cajun restaurant is offering a three-course menu that includes fried alligator tail and catfish LaFourche. All bottles of wine will be $2 off. (1639 Glenarm Pl.; 303-573-6828)

Cru Wine Bar 
What else would a wine bar offer for DRW but fine wines. Cru in Larimer Square will have special wine pairings and discounted bottles available for patrons during this time. (1442 Larimer St.; 303-893-9463)

FIRE Lounge 
This new restaurant next to the Denver Art Museum is offering a three-course menu for DRW. The bar will also offer $5 select wines by the glass and complementary valet parking. (1201 Broadway; 720-709-4431)

The Keg
This steakhouse at Colorado Mills is offering a three-course menu. One of the dessert choices is Kristo Coffee with Kahlua and Grand Marnier with whipped cream and shaved chocolate. (14065 W Colfax Ave.: 303-238-7500)

Linger
This world cuisine restaurant in the Highlands is offering a three-course meal. The bar is also offering $28 select bottles of wine. (2030 W 30th Ave.; 303-993-3120)

Max’s Wine Dive 
This offbeat wine bar is offering $30 bottles of wine to go along with its three-course menu choices. (696 Sherman St.; 303-593-2554)

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox 
Unique music venue and restaurant is offering $28 bottles of wine to go with its three-course menu choices. (1215 20th St.; 303-993-8023)

P17
This intimate restaurant in City Park West is offering a three-course menu with dessert an additional $6. There will also be a selection of wine, beer, and cocktails pairings available for additional cost. (1600 E 17th Ave.; 303-399-0988)

Piatti 
Included with the restaurant’s three-course menu choices, guests will get a bottle of Piatti Chardonnay or Cabernet for two. Complementary valet parking also available. (190 St. Paul St.; 303-321-1919)

Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery 
The Rock Bottom on the 16th Street Mall is serving a four-course menu and each course is paired with a 10 oz. glass of Rock Bottom beer. Beers include 16th Street Wheat, Bottoms Up Kolsch, Red Rocks Red or Falcon IPA, and Specialty Dark. (1001 16th St.; 303-534-7616)

Root Down 
Enjoy $28 bottles of wine with the restaurant’s three-course menu choices. (1600 W 33rd Ave.; 303-993-4200)

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse 
This downtown steakhouse has a four-course menu. Guests can also choose to add a 5280 Martini or wine bottle specials and $13 glasses of select wines to their dinners. (707 15th St.; 303-825-0713)

Satchel’s on 6th
This intimate restaurant on East 6th Avenue is offering a four-course menu of options that includes a Liquid First Course. The bar will rotate a selection of beers, wines, and cocktails each day of DRW. (1710 E 6th Ave.; 303-399-2560)

Steuben’s Food Service 
Near 17th and Pearl, Steuben’s is offering a simple three-course menu that includes a complimentary beverage. Guests have a choice of house red wine, house white wine, or Anchor Steam beer. (523 E 17th Ave.; 303-830-1001)

Sugarmill
Wine pairings will be available with Sugarmill’s three-course menu. (2461 Larimer St.; 303-297-3540)

Ted’s Montana Grill 
All three of this restaurant’s courses have recommended wines to match. Cost per glass is from $8-12. (1401 Larimer St.; 303-893-0654)

Thirsty Lion Gastropub 
Next to Union Station, the Thirsty Lion will offer a three-course menu (couples option is only $50) along with two specialty cockatils, Salted Caramel Moraccan Coffee and a Spiced Pear Mojito, and a selection of beers and wines for an additional cost. (1605 Wynkoop St.; 303-623-0316)

Timberline Steaks & Grille 
Even the restaurants at the airport are getting into the action for DRW. Timberline is offering three-courses of menu choices. Add a wine pairing for $20 per person. (Denver International Airport, Concourse C; 303-342-6670)

Uncle Joe’s Bistro
Along with a three-course menu option, guests at Uncle Joe’s also receive a complimentary glass of house beer, wine, or sake with dinner. (891 14th St., Unit 100; 720-330-8487)

Vesta Dipping Grill
Vesta is offering a four-course menu of options, and wine pairings for each course are $15 extra per person. There will also be nightly wine bottle, beer, and cocktail specials during DRW. (1822 Blake St., Ste. D; 303-296-1970)

ViewHouse Ballpark 
The ViewHouse downtown is offering a four-course menu of dishes. The bar will have half-off bottles of wine and select wines by the glass from $8-10. (2015 Market St.; 720-878-2015)

ViewHouse Centennial 
The ViewHouse in the Denver Tech Center is offering a four-course menu of dishes. The bar will offer the same specials as the downtown location, half-off bottles of wine and select wines by the glass from $8-10. (7101 S Clinton St.; 303-790-8439)

The Weber
Over in Cherry Creek North,The Weber has a three-course menu that includes a complimentary glass of house wine. (233 Clayton St.; 303-350-4440)

West 29th Restaurant and Bar
This Highlands eatery is also offering a complementary glass of house wine with its three-course menu. (5560 W 29th Ave.; 303-233-3377)

Photo via Denver Restaurant Week


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