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Rioja
9
$$$
Italian
Downtown
12 reviews
The small patio invites those walking through the LoDo neighborhood to stop for a Rioja “picnic” of artisan meats, cheeses, nuts and olives. — Travel + Leisure
Mercantile Dining and Provision
8
$$$
American
LoDo
7 reviews
By day, the “hip”, “high-energy” space functions as a European-style market offering “superb” sandwiches and “top-notch” coffees. — Zagat
Work and Class
8
$$
American
Five Points
9 reviews
You can watch the line cooks shred pork for the tender cochinita pibil (a savory slow-roasted Yucatán favorite) or cut off haunches of citrus-zesty short ribs—meat comes priced by weight. — Fodor's
Old Major
8
$$
American
Northwest
7 reviews
Continues to serve as a hotspot for food enthusiasts, Highlands aristocrats and hipsters alike. — The Infatuation
Beast and Bottle
8
$$$
American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
8 reviews
From the crisp headcheese to the flatbread crowned with guanciale, Gorgonzola and baby arugula, Reilly and cohorts have created a delightful restaurant that's conducive to any occasion. — Tasting Table
Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs
8
$
Food Trucks
Downtown
9 reviews
The Alaskan reindeer or elk-jalapeño-cheddar dog transformed this place from a humble street cart into a brick-and-mortar institution — Condé Nast Traveler
Euclid Hall
8
$$
American
LoDo
9 reviews
Plating up the best in comfort foods from the owners of Rioja, Euclid Hall is a bustling two-story restaurant off Larimer Square that balances a casual—and often loud—atmosphere with delectable fare. — Frommer's
Lola Coastal Mexican
8
$$
Mexican
Northwest
6 reviews
This Latin seafood hot spot has had people flocking to it since LoHi gentrified a few years back – us included. — The Infatuation
Fruition Restaurant
8
$$$
American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
7 reviews
Chef Seidel has produced signature dishes like the Maple Leaf Farms duck breast served with carnaroli risotto as well as grilled arugula that was grown on the chef’s farm. — Travel + Leisure
The Fort
8
$$$
Healthy
Southwest & Lakewood
5 reviews
Housed in an adobe replica of 5outheast Colorado's Bent's Fort, this Denver institution perches amid the area's famed red-rock terrain. — Michelin Guide
Stoic & Genuine
8
$$$
American
LoDo
5 reviews
An upscale sanctuary of pristine seafood in Denver's Union Station. — Gayot
Buckhorn Exchange
8
$$$
American
Lincoln Park & The Golden Triangle
9 reviews
If you’ve been waiting to try Rocky Mountain oysters, you’re in the right place. — Lonely Planet
Duo Restaurant
8
$$
American
Northwest
6 reviews
Duo’s open kitchen plates up a variety of dishes that start with tradition but exude creativity in terms of both presentation and flavor. — Frommer's
Table Six
8
$$
American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
6 reviews
Table 6 balances a hip but unpretentious sensibility, great food, and one of the best wine lists in town, offered on a tableside stand in an antique photo album. — Frommer's
Uncle
8
$$
American
5 reviews
Really yummy noodle bowls and a good vibe Really yummy noodle bowls and a good vibe Really yummy noodle bowls and a good vibe. — Afar Magazine
Panzano
8
$$$
Italian
Downtown
5 reviews
The Hotel Monaco’s resident eatery is one of the best Italian restaurants in town. — Frommer's
Palace Arms
8
$$$
American
Downtown
6 reviews
New American fine dining at a hotel — Zagat
ChoLon Modern Asian
8
$$$
Asian
LoDo
6 reviews
The soup dumplings, plump with sweet onions and melted Gruyère, are just plain brilliant. — Tasting Table
Bistro Vendome
8
$$$
European
Downtown
6 reviews
Across the street from sister eatery Rioja , Bistro Vendome serves splendid interpretations of Gallic standbys (dubbed “French soul food”) in an intimate space on Larimer Square. — Frommer's
WaterCourse
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
Uptown & Capitol Hill
7 reviews
Organic-inclined herbivores commune over buckwheat pancakes, tofu, tempeh and seitan at this campy Uptown health food hangout. — Gayot
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