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Italian
Downtown
12 reviews
Creative and hugely enjoyable Mediterranean cuisine, with robust meat, fish and pasta entrees from around $20, and some tables outside. Dinner daily, lunch Wed–Sun. — Rough Guide
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American
Five Points
8 reviews
The dream of the 1890s is definitely alive in Denver and The Source, home to Acorn, is leading the charge. — The Infatuation
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American
Five Points
10 reviews
A small restaurant with a big punch, Work & Class serves up a marriage of Latin and American cuisines: flaky empanadas, melt-in-your-mouth roasted lamb, shrimp ceviche and whole fried Idaho trout — Lonely Planet
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American
Northwest
7 reviews
Whether it's for a quickie sandwich during weekday lunch or a full-on brunch jamboree, this LoHi spot is always worth visiting — Condé Nast Traveler
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Food Trucks
Downtown
10 reviews
With 13 different dog options and 7 special toppings, you’re looking at 91 potential combinations from this menu – and not a one of them will let you down. — The Infatuation
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American
LoDo
7 reviews
This truly beautiful space is split into a formal dining room and a more casual, European-style market with a bar and high top tables. — The Infatuation
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American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
8 reviews
A cozy space that's just right for couples and small get-togethers, this Uptown eatery is aptly named for its constantly rotating roster of small plates and handful of entrées that focus on a fish. — Fodor's
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American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
8 reviews
Alex Seidel and Blake Edmunds are heavy hitters in Denver’s fine-dining scene, pulling off their contemporary American plates... with understated panache. The. — Lonely Planet
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American
LoDo
9 reviews
There aren’t many other places where you can get oysters, pad thai pig ears, and short rib kielbasa from the same menu. — The Infatuation
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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
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Mexican
Northwest
6 reviews
Experiencing Lola's brunch on a lazy weekend afternoon has become a habitual pastime for Denverites, who descend upon this coastal Mexican food restaurant for serious sipping and supping. — Gayot
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American
Northwest
7 reviews
Seasonal Contemporary American menu with an emphasis on local organic ingredients. — On the Grid
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Asian
Five Points
7 reviews
Dimly lit and humming with smart young things, the two-room hot spot serves a bevy of regional Chinese street eats—Taiwanese beef noodle, Shaanxi rou jia mo. — Tasting Table
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American
Downtown
6 reviews
Revolutionary battle flags and ornaments from the 1700s lead to fine contemporary plates of rib eye and King Canyon bison. — Where
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European
Downtown
7 reviews
Duck into a quiet courtyard off busy Larimer Square and be transported to Paris — Where
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American
Lincoln Park & The Golden Triangle
9 reviews
A fixture since 1893; cocktails served from a massive white oak bar, and wild game and steak delivered to tables dressed in checkered cloths. — Where
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American
Uptown & Capitol Hill
6 reviews
What we like about Table 6 is how unpredictable it often is. This place serves fancy tater tots and that’s awesome. — The Infatuation
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Asian
LoDo
6 reviews
Adding twists to classic dim sum and larger course dishes, ChoLon is the ideal example of a good Asian “fusion” restaurant. — The Infatuation
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American
5 reviews
Steaming bowls of ramen are the main attraction at this popular LoHi noodle shop. — Gayot
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Uptown & Capitol Hill
8 reviews
It might be vegetarian (and some of it vegan), but it’s certainly not rabbit food at WaterCourse. You’ll find dishes like seitan buffalo wings, Thai curry and beef Wellington. — Where
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