Denver Restaurant Week

This week, and part of next week, is denver restaurant week.Denver restaurant week is when a long list of local restaurants make a special menu at a fixed price of $52.80 for two people.The participating restaurants have a few of their signature items to choose from so that you can try their food without having to sell your first born child.

I think this is a great idea to get your name out there and to bring new customers into your business.Talking to other students on campus, most have not even heard of half of the restaurants on the list.This is a great way to advertise and to bring in a lot of business.Even though people come in for the restaurant week menu, many may not even buy off that menu thus bringing in more money for that business.

From restaurant week this year and from the last I have gone to a few new places that I would normally not be able to afford, seeing as I am still a college students and have plenty of bills to pay for!

Click here to see some more information on Denver Resturant Week.

I do know that Denver is not the only city that is unique to this concept, check online for a similar event in the area.Hopefully you can go out to a restaurant you have wanted to try for some time now.

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