A sandwich shop known for its Philly cheesesteak.
Giant plates of bone-in ham steaks, pancakes, and salads. Hash browns are made daily, and they go through more than 70 gallons of green chile each week.
This pop culture-themed bar and grill with a lively and comfortable atmosphere serves up a variety of burgers, steaks, salads, and pasta, plus the signature jumbo martinis.
A Denver landmark and a staple for late-night comfort food. Pete's is known for its breakfasts but also serves burgers, gyros, and souvlaki sandwiches any time of day.
This urban-contemporary eatery offers a wide variety of dishes, from beef barbacoa nachos to ahi poke lettuce wraps. Try the asian cioppino.
Denver's first military-themed restaurant. Rations include burgers, wraps, and plenty of beer. Live music on select nights.
Relax with a beer and a steak or choose from other tasty favorites such as salmon or fried chicken after a tough round of 18.
New American dishes, an impressive wine bar with 28 wines by the glass, and house-made desserts in a comfortable, naturally decorated space.
Enjoy modern American foods in a comfortable Colorado-themed dining room. Try the indigenous Mixed Grill entrée featuring three types of Colorado wild game, au gratin potatoes, and seasonal vegetables. Select a wine from the extensive list.
Fruition is always abuzz with neighbors gathering and sharing a meal. Seasonal dishes that are big on flavor, texture, and presentation stream out of executive chef Alex Seidel's tiny kitchen. Diners flock for approachable eats, such as the pasta carbonara with hand-made cavatelli and house-cured pork belly.