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Date Night in Denver; Make your next 'date night' a night to remember

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When was the last time you and your spouse went on a date? If you’re struggling to answer that question then you’re probably overdue for a nice romantic night out. With our hectic schedules and ever increasing demands on our free time, most couples look forward to their weekly or monthly date nights–it’s sometimes the only opportunity we allow ourselves to actually spend quality time with our spouse. Couples need to have uninterrupted time together–they need time to reconnect, to revisit their dreams and express their hearts desires, and to make plans for their future together. Couples need their date nights!

Yet sometimes planning a night out can seem tedious when you’re trying to come up with something more original than just dinner at your favorite restaurant. You’re thinking it’s time to try someplace new and exciting and maybe just a little more romantic than your usual spot. Well luck is with you and your timing couldn’t be more perfect as the beginning of Denver Restaurant Week 2010 starts this weekend. Here’s your chance to experience some of Denver’s finest culinary delights as hundreds of participating local restaurants open their doors and their menus to offer us a sampling of some of Denver’s very finest cuisine.

For those of you who are either new to the Denver area or just unaware of this celebrated annual event, Denver Restaurant Week is one of the most anticipated annual occasions of the year, and this year it’s expanded to two exciting weeks–and has added hundreds of new restaurants–giving you even more opportunities to experience a variety of multi-course selections from some of Denver’s finest upscale dining establishments for the fixed ‘Mile High’ price of $52.80* for two.
This year’s event, which starts on February 20th and runs through March 5th, 2010, has added an assortment of new restaurants for you to experience–it’s just up to you to decide. This year’s participating restaurants are broken down into several different neighborhoods covering Belmar, Capitol Hill, Cherry Creek North/Cherry Creek, Downtown (Larimer/LoDo/Riverfront), Denver Tech Center, Golden Triangle, Northwest (Highland/Tennyson/Berkley/Highlands Square), Stapleton, Uptown, Washington Park (Old South Gaylord/Old South Pearl/Bonnie Brae) and Denver’s surrounding suburbs. With so many wonderful restaurants to choose from, in neighborhoods all over the Denver area, you’ll be sure to find the perfect restaurant and the perfect menu to fit your tastes.
As a nice addition to this year’s exciting event, numerous hotels and bed & breakfasts in town are offering special overnight packages to compliment your night out. Select hotels in downtown Denver, Inverness, and everywhere in between are offering special rates for overnight accommodations during DRW. Be sure to check out the DRW website for hotel selections and additional information.
Remember, DRW only runs for two weeks and popular hotspots will definitely fill up quickly. Make reservations early to ensure you get a table. As an added note, some restaurants such as the Melting Pot, are offering the DRW special pricing throughout the entire month of March–so if you aren’t able to make it during the two week occasion you still have plenty of time to enjoy the event and to make your next date night a really special night out.
*‘Mile High’ price of $52.80 does not include tax or gratuity.

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