Denver Restaurant Week 2017 menus are out, and there’s a new pricing structure

From Feb. 24 to March 5, nearly 250 restaurants across the city will invite diners in to taste what they have to offer with a prix fixe menu.

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Ten days, 213 restaurants and, now, three price options.

The 13th annual Denver Restaurant Week is shaking things up.

From Feb. 24 to March 5, nearly 250 restaurants across the city will invite diners in to taste what they have to offer with a prix fixe menu. The price of a meal during Denver Restaurant week has sat for years at $30, but for 2017, organizers have set a three-tier pricing structure. Meals will cost $25, $35 or $45, depending on where you go.

The menus were all made available today, so you can take a look at what fits your budget for yourself. But here are a few examples.

Options for $25 include Ace Eat Serve, Brik on York, Euclid Hall and Los Chingones.

Options for $35 include Aloy Modern Thai, The Fort, Il Posto and Que Bueno Suerte.

Options for $45 include Hearth & Dram, The Kitchen, Old Major and The Way Back.