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Denver Restaurant Week 2018 is Here! Check Out Our Guide to the BEST Dining Deals!

Monday, February 26, 2018

Tags:  Turner Associates, Denver Restaurant Week

It’s that time of year when the most celebrated restaurants in Denver invite foodies to experience new eats and great deals! Taking place until March 4th, hundreds of dining destinations will offer multi-course dinners at three affordable price points: $25, $35, or $45. Here at Turner Associates, we are especially excited to explore some new restaurants in our favorite communities! Check out our dining guide for Denver Restaurant week in downtown, Cherry Creek, River North Art District (RiNo) and lower downtown (LoDo) and get your taste buds ready for the best meals the Mile High City has to offer!

Downtown (LoDo/RiNo):

1515 RESTAURANT- 1515 Restaurant is an independent fine dining restaurant located in the heart of Downtown Denver. Provides fresh, seasonal menus that combine Traditional French techniques with modern flair.

AVELINA- Avelina focuses on seasonal New American cuisine while the full bar offers a diverse roster of cocktails, craft beers and boutique wines.

1550 17th Street, Suite 120, Denver, CO 80202




BAR HELIX- bar helix is a modern, sexy bar and lounge concept by advanced sommelier kendra anderson (aka @SwirlGirlDenver) offering innovative cocktails and an extensive wine selection along with beer, sake and decadent small plates.

3440 larimer street, Denver, CO 80205




BLUE MOON BREWING COMPANY - RINO DISTRICT- Come enjoy the gorgeous microbrewery-sized Blue Moon Brewing Company! Along with elevated, global cuisine in a casual environment, they will feature 23 rotating Blue Moon beers.

3750 Chestnut Place, Denver, CO 80216




CITIZEN RAIL- Citizen Rail is a modern American restaurant, where creative and soulfully rustic cooking is anchored by an impressive wood-fired grill that blends native hard and fruitwoods. A dry aging room displays the finest house-butchered cuts -- spoils of Colorado’s abundant local farms and fields.

1899 16th Street, Denver, CO 80202




EDGE RESTAURANT & BAR- Located inside Four Seasons Hotel Denver, EDGE Restaurant & Bar offers locally sourced ingredients and Colorado-raised beef. Led by Executive Chef Simon Purvis, enjoy an extensive wine list with over 50 wines by the glass, signature dishes such as wagyu beef grilled to perfection and free-range Boulder chicken, mouthwatering sides like lobster mac & cheese and delightful desserts prepared by a skilled Pastry Chef.

1111 14th Street, Denver, CO 80202




FISH N BEER- Come discover RiNo’s best new dining gem—a Denver seafood restaurant that offers this coastally-challenged area a carefully selected menu of fresh oysters, wood-grilled fish and an eclectic selection of draft beers. Trying to find the freshest fish in Colorado outside of a lake or stream, look no further than Fish N Beer, Denver.

3510 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205




Cherry Creek:

801 CHOPHOUSE DENVER- 801 Chophouse in Cherry Creek offers USDA Prime Beef, fresh fish, Duroc pork chops, and seasonal vegetables.

3000 E. 1ST AVE, Suite 200, Denver, CO 80203




ELWAY'S CHERRY CREEK- Elway’s is the ideal setting for any occasion. Menu boasts USDA hand cut prime steaks, fin fish, crustaceans and much more.

2500 East 1st Ave, Suite 101, Denver, CO 80206




HEDGE ROW AMERICAN BISTRO- Hedge Row is a relaxed American Bistro featuring rustic dishes from a wood-fired oven. Dedicated to serving delicious, real food sourced from responsible and local farmers and purveyors.

100 Steele Street, Ste. 201, Denver, CO 80206

(720) 642-8292



Is your mouth watering yet? For more information about Denver Restaurant Week, click here! Hope everyone discovers some great new restaurants!


Happy Valentine’s Day from Turner Associates! Check Out this Romantic Valentines Food and Drink Guide to Impress the Sweetheart in Your Life!

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Tags:  Turner Associates, Denver Restaurant Week

Love is in the air! Today lovebirds across the country take time to celebrate that special someone in their life. Whether you want to honor a romantic partner, your best friend, or a parent, there are a variety of options to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember! Check Out these Denver dining options, which run the gamut from traditional to daring…but all delicious!

Aphrodisiac Appetite: Bombay Clay Oven (65 Steele Street)

To enjoy a meal meant to entice the senses, Bombay Clay Oven has created a four-course meal starring aphrodisiac ingredients, such as the lover's bisque with oysters and fresh ginger; baby shrimp pulao with cinnamon, cardamom and saffron; lamb ribs with ginger; and rose-studded milk hearts with cardamom.

Classic Valentine’s Day: Urban Farmer (1659 Wazee Street)

For those who prefer a traditional Valentine’s Day then check out the New York steak tasting at Urban Farmer. Meant for couples, it consists of an 18-ounce sampler with three different styles of beet: grain-fed, grass-fed, and dry aged. Feeling extra fancy? Then add wagyu steak to the mix.

Out-of-the-Box Love: RedLine Contemporary Arts Center (2350 Arapahoe Street)

Want to celebrate love in the most creative way possible? Then you’ll adore the Valentine’s Day dinner fundraiser with local artist Esther Hernandez. Instead of food being served with a standard set of utensils, Hernandez has created a unique set of tools meant to help couples get to know each other better. Additionally, the fare being served will be an organic vegetarian dinner provided by the Mercury Café, while Preteen OD and J Hamilton provide musical entertainment. $100 per person. Definitely an experience to remember!

Put the Heart in Sweetheart: Colt & Gray (1553 Platte Street)

For those who really want to get to the heart of Valentine’s Day, Colt & Gray in LoHi has the perfect menu. Dine on beef-heart carpaccio with smoked blue cheese and strawberry rosé vinaigrette. The $75 prix fixe dinner also includes hiramasa crudo with gochujang ponzu; stuffed quail with chili confit dates; venison with preserved blood orange and manchego apple slaw; and a bourbon banana split.

Sweets for Sweetie: Chocolate Lab (2504 Est Colfax Avenue)

What is Valentine’s Day without chocolate treats? Satisfy your sweet tooth at Chocolate Lab which will be serving savory dishes highlighting chocolate, including flatbread with jamón serrano, fig, basil, milk chocolate and Parmesan; ravioli with butternut squash, brown butter and shaved dark chocolate; and an eighteen-hour slow-roasted pulled-pork sandwich topped with a bourbon-chocolate barbecue sauce. Yummy!

Hope you have a great Valentine’s Day!


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