Map of 2018-2019 Denver Dining Out Passbook Restaurants

August 7, 2017
Biju's Curry Shop

UPDATE 8/1/2018: The 2018-2019 Denver Dining Out Passbook is now available for order. Current early bird price is $45 (book is normally $99).

For those of you still using your 2017-2018 Passbook through August 15, 2018, please see the current map below. For fans of the map of the Passbook restaurants that I’ve created, I’m still waiting to get my new book, but once I do I will be updating the map and details on this page to reflect the 2018-2019 book. Feel free to bookmark this page!


For the past couple of years people found my map of all the Passbook restaurants really helpful, so by popular request, I’ve done it again for the 2017-2018 Denver Dining Out Passbook.

In my first year of using the Denver Dining Out Passbook, I found it to be a great motivator and guide to exploring the Denver food scene. Whenever I was hungry I’d whip out the book and choose a new place to try out – even if the place wasn’t highly rated online, I knew that by using the Passbook at least I wouldn’t be paying full price. It’s like a magical golden ticket you can use — for food!

In case you’re unfamiliar, the Passbook offers some great deals (like buy one entree, get one free) for some fabulous spots around town and you have a whole year to use up all the discounts. Just give your server your passbook before they ring up the check, they’ll mark off the deal as used, and you get cash money back in your pocket after having a lovely meal. It’s pretty darn sweet.

Also this year the Passbook will feature discount codes for Chicken Fight and Top Taco 2018! Yaasssss.

The one thing that trips me up about the Passbook is it’s organized alphabetically by restaurant name. But what I really need is for the restaurants organized by neighborhood/location — especially when I’m in some part of Denver I don’t really know, but I’m looking to use the Passbook. (Although this year’s book they do list the neighborhood alongside the name of the restaurant.)

That’s why I’m sharing my personal Denver Dining Out Passbook map . Here’s the key to reading the map:

  1. Dark green: Offering BOTH a buy one drink, get one free AND a buy one entree, get one free opportunity (must be used on separate visits).
  2. Light green: Only offering BOGO entree deal.
  3. Orange: At least one BOGO deal that lists a special type of drink or food item for which it’s valid.
  4. Purple: Offer has some sort of price/day/time restrictions, so be sure to check the deal description.
  5. Gray: Restaurant has closed.


I’m probably most excited to see Max’s Wine Dive and White Pie on this list. I still haven’t been to either and my fellow Denver food bloggers RAVE about these places! Also, my local Thai fave Aloy Modern Thai is on there and Biju’s Curry Shop (featured in the photo on this post) appears once again.

You’ve got until August 15, 2018 to use these awesome deals before the next year’s book comes out.

To keep up with all of my Denver food discovering, follow me on Instagram @newdenizen and check out my picks for best brunch and breakfast spots in Denver.


You can now order the 2017-2018 Denver Dining Out Passbook. Use the coupon code NEWDENIZON2018 and get the book for only $39 (normally $99)!*

*Full disclosure: When you use the coupon code, you not only get a discount on the cost of the book, but I also receive a commission on each sale. Sounds like a win-win to me!

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  1. Thank you so much for putting this map together! I’ve been requesting one for the past few years, but was too lazy to make one.

  2. Last year, I made a spreadsheet of the offerings noting neighborhood and offering type so that I could quickly find something in an area of town I wanted to explore or knew I would be in for a meal. You have saved me some time this year! Thanks!

  3. Hey Laura– thanks for putting this together; it’s a great resource. Sadly, blueprint closed recently (it’s right around the corner from me), and I thought you might want to update the map to reflect that. Thanks again.

    1. Oh wow, thanks for pointing that out, Phil. Sad that it’s closed — and only just a month or so after the passbook came out. I’ve updated the map – thanks for the tip!

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