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This year, for the first time ever, Denver Restaurant Week, which in the past has been a winter doldrums perk up, will shift to Spring to make it a patio-friendly event in line with COVID-19 concerns.

For those planning a trek to the Denver metro area later this spring (or those who already live there) the dining event will take place from April 23 to May 2. Menus from participating restaurants will be published on March 31.

The restaurants that are participating will all have safety guidelines in place. Go-to and delivery options are encouraged but some restaurants will offer in-person dining. As in years past, restaurants will create a multi-course dinner with one of three price points: $25, $35 and $45.

Diners can now select eateries participating in the Denver Five Star Certificate program which loosens capacity restrictions for restaurants that exceed mandated standards. More information to come in the following weeks. To learn more, click here.