The fare holds true to the ballpark neighborhood. Choose between Chicago hot dogs and Polish sausages. Great rooftop patio--voted among the top 10 in the country by Playboy--for both drinks and dinner.
In an atmosphere that feels more like a living room than a tavern (think comfy couches, a stone fireplace, and plasma TVs), sit back and relax.
It's the best of the basics in cheesesteaks. Denver Ted's serves up cheese-drenched, thin-sliced beef or cubed chicken served on a genuine Amoroso roll.
A sandwich shop known for its Philly cheesesteak.
This 24-hour diner serves giant plates of bone-in ham steaks, pancakes, and salads. The hash browns are made daily, and they go through more than 90 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.
An intimate bistro setting with tender steaks and a specialty salmon dish, complete with dramatic atrium views and attentive service.
Denver's first military-themed restaurant. Rations include burgers, wraps, and plenty of beer. Live music on select nights.