DENVER Denver Restaurant Week broke records for participation this year as more operators signed up to offer fixed-price meals in hopes of driving traffic during the annual event. Atotal of 225 restaurants, 37 percent more than last year, participated in the week-long promotion that ran from Feb. 21-27, Denver’s Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, VISIT DENVER, said Tuesday. The number of meals served also rose 84 percent from last year. Restaurants offered multi-course meals for the ...
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