Foodies looking for a culinary experience in Denver can go behind the scenes at many top area restaurants by participating in walking food tours offered by companies like Culinary Connectors. Immerse yourself in the tastes, sights and sounds of beautiful Denver as you feast on restaurant specialties and enjoy the company of award-wining area chefs in an intimate group setting.
April 6, 2012
South Pearl – Pajama Baking Company, The Crushery, Kaos Pizzeria
April 13, 2012
Tejon – The Pig & Block, Rosa Linda’s, Spuntino, The Cellar Wine Bar
April 20, 2012
Lodo - Lower Downtown Historic District
April 27, 2012
Highlands – El Camino, Stella’s, Mondo Vino, Sushi Hai
Tours are two hours long, beginning at 3 pm. Tickets for Savor the Flavors walking tours in Denver are $39.00 and each tour accommodates up to a maximum of 12 guests. Culinary Connectors also host food tours in Aspen and Boulder as well as self-guided tours and restaurant tours.
After you’ve tasted your way through your favorite Denver neighborhood, stroll over to the Renaissance Denver Hotel and put your feet up. At the Renaissance Denver Hotel, we provide relaxing overnight accommodations and our own scrumptious Denver eats at Vivace! Ristorante. Might we suggest the Sautéed Butternut Squash Ravioli? They’re delicious!