Are you looking for an excuse to have a romantic dinner with your spouse or a girl’s
night out? If so, Restaurant Week is a great time to make that happen.
Denver’s Restaurant Week, which runs from February 20th through March 1st, features over 250 of the top restaurants in the Denver metro area at a fixed price and pre-fixed
menu. For $30 per person, you get a multi-course dinner, at a fraction of the price.
Spanning from South Denver, to Broomfield, to Golden and beyond, you will surely be
able to find a place to indulge.
Locally, in Castle Rock, we have four participating restaurants. The Old Stone Church Restaurant, for example, offers a choice of Calamari, XO Brussels, or Brie for the first course, followed by a choice of Salmon, Sirloin Steak, Pork Chops, or Vegetarian dish for the main course. To finish, a choice of tiramisu, flourless chipotle chocolate cake, or the house ice cream is offered for dessert.
Augustine Grill, Union-An American Bistro, and Uniscali-Modern Italian are other Castle Rock options and a great way to support the local community. But if you decide to venture outside of Castle Rock, a short drive away you’ll find – La Dolce Vita in Castle Pines, Gabriel’s Restaurant and Tuscan Bar in Sedalia, or Trapper’s Chop House in Parker – who are also participating this year.
Many of the top restaurants are already booked, especially on the weekends, so
make a reservation today, before it’s too late. For a detailed list of participating
restaurants and menus, visit: http://www.denver.org/denver-restaurant-week/.
** TIP ** If you haven’t made a reservation, there’s a good chance most of the restaurants around town will be booked up. If you’re looking for a nice night out and a better chance of getting a table, try The Social which is located in The Village at Castle Pines. You can read our review here as well as find additional info.
You won’t want to miss the live show at The Social featuring Steady Rush, Feb 21, 2015. Watch below.