We couldn’t be more excited (and ready to eat for that matter) as Denver Restaurant Week quickly approaches. Presented by Visit Denver, the Convention & Visitors Bureau, this two-week event allows Denver residents and visitors to experience top notch restaurants in the city without the top notch price, making it more simple to indulge in a wide variety of food and fun at a great price.

DENVER-RESTAURANT-WEEK-IS-FINALLY-HERERestaurants throughout Denver offer a multi-course dinner for a fixed price of $26.40 per person (not including tax or gratuity.) For details and information about the specific restaurants, visit the Denver Web site which gives the option to search for participating restaurants by neighborhood. Besides looking for a restaurant in your area, you can even search by cuisine or take a look at each restaurant’s menu before you wine and dine.

Look for the  “must-dine” list, a new feature this year where you can earn badges for checking in at restaurants; plus by using the must-dine list, you can share your thoughts on social networks — like Twitter and Facebook — about your experience.

Don’t know where to start? Feel free to read what I wrote about Denver Restaurant Week  for the previous year, and leave a comment below about which is your favorite place. Bon appétit!

If you are new to Denver or have not been able to experience our incredible restaurant scene, then I hope you are able to make it to as many restaurants as you can during Denver Restaurant Week. Feel free to leave a comment with your own suggestions or places you discover over the course of the two weeks!