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The St Julien Hotel will offer a slate of Valentine’s Day dining, including a brunch, afternoon tea and a prix fixe dinner.

Brunch will feature a live jazz dance band and a “Best Couple” dance contest, with prizes like a dinner for two, couples massage and an overnight stay at St Julien. The meal, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., runs $39.95 for adults and $19.95 for children, with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for the adults.

After brunch, St Julien turns to tea with housemade scones, tea sandwiches and petits fours from 2 to 4 p.m. for $21.95. At 5:30 p.m., Jill’s Restaurant in the hotel will host the prix fixe dinner, featuring four courses leaning heavily on seafood like Dungeness crab, scallops, oysters, rock shrimp and grouper. Reservations are recommended for the $49.95 meal; contact St Julien at 720-406-7399.


Salt the Bistro and Colterra Food and Wine are offering specials for Valentine’s Day.

Salt will serve a three-course prix fixe menu for $55, plus an optional flight of bubbles, beer or wine. The menu is available at

In addition, the restaurant is offering a special Opus One dinner: the Valentine’s menu for two, plus a bottle of Opus One, for $300 per couple (plus tax and gratuity).

Colterra is serving a $75 prix fixe menu with an optional $25 wine flight. The menu is available at The Dom Perignon dinner option includes the Valentine’s menu for two plus a bottle of Dom for $350 per couple (plus tax and gratuity).


To celebrate its third anniversary — or third birthday, if restaurants can have birthdays — Arugula is offering a five-course Valentine’s meal for $65, with four optional paired wines for $25 per person.

The restaurant will also be offering meals a la carte, but will not be holding happy hour on Valentine’s Day.

Arugula recommends reservations for the five-course meal; call 303-443- 5100.


Q’s Restaurant in Boulder will present a “North American Whiskey & Game Dinner” at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11.

Customers will be able to taste some of North America’s finest whiskeys paired with a wild game menu. Dinner will be hosted by Master of Whisky Robert Sickler. Chefs Shawn Murrell and Samir Aniba will be creating masterful game dishes paired with whiskeys, both neat and in classic cocktails.

The four courses are available for $65 per person (including tax and gratuity).

Visit to view the menu and to make reservations.


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