The menu at this eatery is reborn nightly, but expect local, seasonal flavors that take French-inspired dishes and fuse them with mom’s home cooking. Be sure to save room for the desserts, like sour cream apple pie.
Steak is an obvious favorite at this casual bar, but you can find burgers, chicken, and fish on the menu, too. Try a specialty cocktail, like a Moscow mule or a lavender '75.
This family-style restaurant is known for its fried chicken, which comes with bottomless sides of corn fritters, coleslaw, and more. After dinner, stroll into one of the two nearby gift shops or enjoy a ride on a local horse-drawn carriage.
Along with plenty of beer, this neighborhood pub serves tasty American-Irish dishes, such as shepherd’s pie and cream cheese- and jalapeno-stuffed burgers.
Every Sunday owner Eric To and chef Mabry Kennedy visit local farmers’ markets for the freshest ingredients. They bring this produce back to their eclectic restaurant where they make dishes like chipotle lobster macaroni and cheese and roasted fennel and lentil soup.
This neighborhood eatery serves up top-notch burgers, such as the Croque, topped with Swiss, a fried egg, and a slice of ham. Add a milkshake or root beer float. Multiple locations.
This burger bar also serves casual comfort eats such as ribs, pulled pork, and fresh-cut fries.
American Indian food goes Chipotle-style at this quick service restaurant. Try the fry bread taco loaded with beef, buffalo, or chicken, and beans, lettuce, cheese, and salsas. Also try the Greenwood Village location.
Housed in an old mill, this brew pub serves up chilled IPAs, lagers, and stouts to wash down its tasty burgers and sandwiches.
Located above the Comedy Works Greenwood Village, this revamped eatery serves classic American dishes. Sample their signature mac and cheese.