Top Tasting Menus In Denver

July 24, 2013 12:00 PM
Top Tasting Menus In Denver

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" Summer is a great time to take a tasting journey around Denver. Tasting menus offer a chef’s choice of menu favorites and can be highly educational. Read on for a collection of Denver’s top tasting menus.

See our previous piece on Top Tasting Menus In The Denver Area here.

Chef’s Tasting at Luca d’Italia 711 Grant St. Denver, CO  80203 (303) 832-6600 chef Eric Cimino offers a four-course prix fixe menu for $65 and up ($95 and up with sommelier pairings) and a chef’s six-course menu for $85 and up ($125 and up with sommelier pairings). The six-course tasting menu includes choices from braised meatballs, soil roasted beets, tagliatelle fra diavola, pappardelle bolognese, roasted black cod, tasting of rabbit and duo of duck. The restaurant is known for its exceptional wine program. Named after owner Frank Bonanno’s son, Luca d’Italia is an ode to the beauty of dining and celebration of family.

Chef’s Tasting at Mizuna 225 E. 7th Ave. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 832-4778 Executive chef Stephen McCary offers a five-course prix fixe menu for $75 and up ($155 and up with sommelier pairings) and a chef’s eight-course menu for $125 and up ($200 and up with sommelier pairings) "

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