Denver Fashion Week is back for another full week of fashion, events and of course, food. We’re announcing the complimentary food that is present at each night of DFW. Like many of the designers in the shows, some of these restaurants are DFW veterans, while others are new to the event. Each night offers a unique culinary experience from some of the top restaurants in town. Nothing says spring DFW quite like fresh and local food. And doughnuts. 

Habit Doughnuts Dispensary

Photo courtesy of Habit

Where: 1553 Platte St. #130, Denver
When: Saturday, March 23
The Lowdown: The shop known for their alcohol-infused doughnuts is coming to DFW. And while we can’t promise the doughnuts will have airplane-sized liquor bottles included, we can promise that you’ll love the colorful and creative array of doughnuts Habit is known for, including mini doughnut and doughnut holes.

Crush Pizza

Photo via Crush Pizza Instagram

Where: 1200 W 38th Ave., Denver
When: Saturday, March 23
The Lowdown: If the name — or place — looks familiar, that’s because it is. Crush Pizza was formerly known as Denver Deep Dish. While their name may have changed, their delicious food hasn’t. Crush Pizza will serve their Sicilian pizza bites; a classic Saturday night meal. And who says pizza and fashion don’t go together?

Postino LoHi

Postino bruchetta board and wine on a table

Photo Courtesy Postino

Where: 2715 17th St., Denver
When: Saturday, March 23
What’s on the menu: Would it be DFW without Postinos? A fan favorite at DFW, their fig and mascarpone on bruschetta and spicy pepper jam goat cheese on bruschetta have been known to make people go back for seconds, and thirds and possibly even fourths. Take it from us, you’ll be going back and forth all night.

Read: Postino is Opening a Second Denver Location

Dos Santos

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Photo by Camille Breslin.

Where: 1475 E 17th Ave., Denver
When: Sunday, March 24

What’s on the menu: We’re bringing a taste of Mexican fusion to DFW. The innovative restaurant is serving two different dishes. The first is their tuna poke bites, made with house tostada tuna poke, prepared in soy sauce and black and white sesame seeds, and served with radishes, serranos, red pepper sauce and cilantro. The second dish is their chicken tinga bites, made with their house tostada topped with chicken tinga (shredded chicken thigh meat) and served with red pepper sauce, onions and cilantro. We’re not drooling, you’re drooling.

Little Man Ice Cream

Little Man Ice Cream via Facebook.

Where: 2620 16th St, Denver
When: Sunday, March 24
What’s on the menu: 
The favorite ice cream shop will serve up scoops of some of their classic and fan favorite flavors. Little Man Ice Cream combines the 1920s, 1930s and the 1940s eras into a unique old-fashioned experience that tastes like homemade ice cream.


Mint julep. Photo by Brittany Werges.

Where3258 Larimer St., Denver
When: Sunday, March 24

What’s on the menu: The sophisticated southern restaurant is bringing its ever-changing cuisine. This season, Julep is serving their Crispy Piggy, a dish served with Rebel Farms collard greens, pickled watermelon rind and peanut.

Margs Tacos Bistro

Photo Courtesy of Margs Taco Bistro

Where: Various Locations
When: Saturday, March 30

What’s on the menuOne weekend of delicious tacos just wasn’t enough. And who better to serve our most popular runway show night than the popular LoDo spot Margs Tacos Bistro. Their menu is inspired by ingredients and cooking techniques from as close to home backyard gardens and as far away as Asia, so expect your plate to be as colorful as the outfits on the runway.

Mondo Market

Photo via Mondo Market Instagram

Where: Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St, Aurora
When: Saturday, March 30

What’s on the menuThe beloved market in Stanley Marketplace is bringing their artisan cheese, charcuterie and accouterments to the Forney Museum for the National Designer night. All their food is created in-house by trained staff who specialize in crafting delicious cheese plates so expect nothing short of delicious and impeccable plates for the final weekend of DFW.

Jimmy John’s

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Johns on Facebook.

Where: 1475 E 17th Ave., Denver
When: Sunday, March 31

What’s on the menu: The beloved sandwich shop known for their “freaky fast” subs is coming to DFW. They’re bringing an assortment of fan favorite sandwiches from Turkey Tom to the Veggie Club. Jimmy John’s will be at both the kids show and the Denver Originals show so you’ll have sandwiches all afternoon and well into the evening.

Denver Fashion Week Spring ’19 returns March 23-31 with a week of fashion, veterans and new designers, kid & teenager show, industry workshops, panels, parties and more.

DFW Sponsors:  Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum/ NATIV Hotel / 303 Magazine / VISIT DENVER / Denver Arts & Venues / Blu Haven / Colorado Fabrics / Alice 105.9 / Forney Museum of Transportation / Getaround