Longmont Restaurant Week is a unique event. It’s more like a 10-day long food celebration than what you may be accustomed to with other organized events. This is the first time Longmont has ever had an event like this, so we’ve prepared a fast FAQ for you to know how to enjoy Longmont Restaurant Week!

When is it?

Longmont Restaurant Week kicks off Friday, April 20, and runs through Sunday, April 29th. During this time, you can find special menu offers on breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks at participating venues.

Do I need to buy tickets?

Nope! To take part in Longmont Restaurant Week, you need only go out to eat at any participating restaurant, brewery, distillery or cidery between April 20th and April 29th.

Do I need to make reservations?

We only suggest you make reservations at restaurants that already accept reservations. Whether or not they take reservations can be found on their Longmont Restaurant Week participant profiles.

How does the menu price work?

That depends on the venue. The $18.71 special price (before tax and tip) might be a three course meal for one and one restaurant, breakfast for two at another, or a flight of cider and a food truck pairing. Check for the menus posted by the participants to see what kind of deal they are offering!

Can I get the participating restaurant's special menu at all hours of operation?

That depends on the venue. Some restaurants will have their specials available during all hours of operation, and others might be open for breakfast but are using Longmont Restaurant Week to showcase what they can do for dinner. Check the restaurant’s participant profile to make sure you know when their menu is being offered before you go.

When will menus be published?

Menus are due for submission by the restaurant the first week of April. We will post them all as quickly as possible, ideally giving customers up to two weeks to begin making plans. You can view menus on the participant profiles once they have been posted.

Still have questions? Comment on our Facebook event page, or email Leah, the Event & Program Director at the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce: lwinkler@longmontchamber.org


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Leah is the Event & Program Director at the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce.

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