Work and Class

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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9 expert recommendations


Denver Post 3.5

A delightful room where superb service and a top-flight kitchen is producing some of the best meals in Denver. Full review →



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. Full review →


Gayot 14.0

This wildly convivial and perpetually packed restaurant is helmed by chef Dana Rodriguez. Full review →


Lonely Planet

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 Full review →


Tasting Table

Good things happen to those who put their fate in the unflinching hands of Dana Rodriguez, a vivacious chef whose wide smile is every bit as contagious as her cooking Full review →


The Infatuation 8.1

Work & Class’ mantra is “Food for People Who Can Eat.” Full review →


Travel + Leisure

Hungry locals pack into this no-reservations Latin Ballpark restaurant for a high-energy, casual meal of meat by the pound served with an array of comforting vegetable sides Full review →

Don't miss the massive attack salad (made with tempura broccoli, asparagus, avocado, spinach, and a preserved lemon vinaigrette), red-chile braised pork, and the fried sweet plantains.


Unpretentious and informal, serving American-Latin-fusion cuisine and stiff drinks, with small-batch tequila Tuesdays.  Full review →



Chef “Dana Rodriguez is a genius” say fans of the “hip, homey and high-quality” Southern–Latin American menu at this “happening” RiNo hot spot with “solid” service and “fair” prices. Full review →

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