Where to Find Drink Specials During Denver Restaurant Week

February 24-March 5, 2017
Where to Find Drink Specials During Denver Restaurant Week

Denver Restaurant Week has been a delicious tradition for over 13 years. In an effort to keep things fresh, the city is always trying new things and finding new ways to enjoy this 10-day event. Once again, there has been a change to the price format so patrons have plenty of options in a range of price-points. This year there are three different, or tiered, pricing options. The lowest price point is $25 per person (the lowest price it’s ever been), $35, and $45.  We here at DrinkDenver know you want to find some tasty drinks as a part of this feast. See the list below for drinks included or other drink specials. For the full list of participating restaurants and menus, visit Denver.org.

Ace Eat Serve 
At the $25 price point, Ace will have an Asian influenced three-course menu available. Enjoy it with an Ace Highball (your choice of spirit with Ace house-made soda) for $5 from 4-6 PM. (501 E. 17th Ave.; 303-800-7705)

Blue Agave 
At the $35 price point, this new restaurant on the 16th Street Mall will have a choice of margaritas as part of the first course. Choices are Blue Agave, Muy Macho, Spicy Cucumber, Sangria and Sangria Swirl. (1201 16th St., Ste. 104; 720-550-8389)

Blue Moon Brewing Company 
At the $25 price point, Blue Moon’s new brewpub in RiNo will have a three-course menu with three choices for each. All DRW meals will also come with one 16 oz. beer or one 10 oz. Imperial or barrel aged beer. (3750 Chestnut Pl.; 303-728-2337)

Café Prague 
At the $35 price point, this cozy European café in Morrison is offering a four-course menu with a selection of several items for each course. In addition, the bar is offering a special Italian red wine for $14 per glass and $49 by the bottle and a California Chardonnay for $12 a glass and $42 per bottle. (209 Bear Creek Ave., Morrison; 303-697-9722)

Del Frisco’s Grille
In Cherry Creek, Del Frisco’s has a three-course meal with a variety of dishes available in the $35 price point. The bar is also offering a $7 VIP Martini and $40 featured bottles of wine. (100 St. Paul St., Ste. 140; 303-320-8529)

Ernie’s Bar & Pizza 
At the $35 price point, Ernie’s comes through with a four-course menu of Italian favorites. Guests will also receive a complimentary first glass of wine or craft beer from a cultivated beverage list. (2915 W. 44th Ave.; 303-955-5580)

FIRE at The Art Hotel
In the Arts District at the $35 price point, FIRE will offer three-course menu with an international flare. The bar will also have a variety of featured bottles of wine from $28-38. (1201 Broadway; 720-709-4430)

Hopdoddy’s Burger Bar 
At the $25 price point, Hopdoddy’s has a “pick-two” DRW menu available. Guests can choose from two signature burgers with fries for eating and pair it with two Colorado craft beers or non-alcoholic Maine Root sodas. Ask server or visit DRW website for beer choices. (1747 Wynkoop St.; 303-446-2337)

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille 
At the $45 price point, Perry’s in Park Meadows has a three-course menu available. The bar will have two featured cocktails, Cucumber Blueberry and Bulleit Manhattan, for $14 each or enjoy Perry’s Private Label Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon for $14 per glass. (8433 Park Meadows Center Dr., Lone Tree; 303-792-2571)

Pints Pub 
At the $35 price point, Pints will feature a “Freshmen” Single Malt Whisky first course. Second course is a choice of any entrée. Pair the meal with any of the pub’s house-brewed ales. (221 W. 13th Ave.; 303-534-7543)

Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant 
At the $35 price point, all diners will have a choice of the classic Rio Margarita, specialty margarita or another crafted cocktail as part of a three-course meal. (1525 Blake St.; 303-623-1611)

Saltgrass Steakhouse 
At the $35 price point, enjoy a three-course meal with a selection of dishes. Guests can also order select bottles of wine for half off.  (1585 Lawrence St.; 303-575-9000)

Satchel’s on 6th
At the $35 price point, this restaurant is offering a three-course menu with a selection of dishes. As part of the dessert course, guests can instead receive two dessert cocktails.  (1710 E. 6th Ave.; 303-399-2560)

Shanahan’s Steakhouse 
At the $45 price point, patrons can enjoy a three-course menu with a choice of prime filet or Scottish salmon entree. The bar’s sommelier will have a select list of wine pairings for $10 per glass or $38 per bottle. (5085 S. Syracuse St.; 303-770-7000)

Trattoria Stella 
At the $25 price point, guests can enjoy a three-course dinner along with a glass of house red or white wine. (3470 W. 32nd Ave.; 303-458-1128)

ViewHouse Ballpark 
At the $25 price point, all diners receive a choice of Sons of 1858 Extra Pale Ale or Red Ale or a glass of Coppola red or white wine along with a three-course dinner menu. (2015 Market St.; 720-878-2015)

Photo via Denver Restaurant Week on Facebook

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