Blue Spruce features its own hand-crafted beers along with an ecclectic menu of burgers, German, and Mexican pub fare. Try the Jackalope sausage, made with rabbit, pork, and antelope meats with habanero and dried cherries.
Range serves true American West food: wood-fired ranch meats, with Native American influences. Try the rabbit croquetas with chutney and parsely salad.
Bruxie converts the breakfast waffle into a sandwich, stacking it with fillings both savory and sweet. Try the prosciutto di Parma with Gruyere, topped with arugula and an egg over-easy.
Inga's has an apres-ski vibe complete with board games, lounge chairs, and a dozen beer taps. The menu features straight-forward pub classics like grinders, Chicago dogs, pizzas, and BLTs, plus legendary smothered fries from its sister restaurant, Jonesy's.
The celebrated brewers behind LowDown offer a rotating selection of in-house brewed beers alongside their carefully crafted pizzas, sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Denver's favorite neighborhood gourmet burger joint opens shop in Park Hill, serving favorites like the Royale—a 1/3 lb. burger smothered in caramelized onions, bleu cheese, and bacon.
All-natural beef, bison, and turkey burgers on fresh buns crafted by an in-house baker. Don't miss the boozy ice cream treats at the adjoining creamery.
Uber Eats, sister restaurant to Uber Sausage, has expanded its menu beyond sausage sandwiches to include dishes from brunch to burgers, mimosas to wine. Don't miss the Southwest Wrap, a burrito with scrambled eggs, green chile, black beans, corn, pico, pepperjack cheese and tater tots.
Atticus, like its literary namesake, values community—a fact reflected on its menu of Colorado-focused food, beer, and spirits. Try the house-smoked ruby red trout or herb-crusted quail.
For cheesesteaks and other subs, you can't go wrong with Pat's. This location offers à la carte fare, but unlike their spot downtown, no liquor.