Contemporary

BookBar

Endearingly coined "a book shop for wine lovers, a wine bar for book shoppers," this cozy nook of an eatery offers house-made hors d'oeuvres as well as a delicious Corvus Coffee hops-brewed beverage.

Cafe Max

This European cafe offers a simple, curated menu. Pair the prosciutto, Brie, and fig spread sandwich with a glass of prosecco.

Modmarket (Lakewood)

Enjoy freshly prepared salads, soups, sandwiches and pizza made from simple and whole ingredients. Try a brick-oven baked pizza or the flatiron salad with steak, Gorgonzola cheese, and caramelized onions.

Epernay Lounge

This contemporary fusion restaurant features a range of cooking techniques—from raw/sushi to sous vide—and influences—Asian to French. Enjoy gastronomic marvels such as a vanilla sous vide lobster tail or tea-smoked duck breast. 

 

The Populist

An eatery with a pared-down, old-fashioned vibe offering thoughtful small plates. Favorites include the Bourbon-maple Brussels sprouts, Edwards country ham, and tandoori chicken. Or settle in and order the chef's multicourse tasting menu with paired wines.

Hideaway Kitchen + Bar

A chic yet comfortable mountain spot offering modern Southern comfort food with Asian flair. Favorites include crab macaroni and cheese, braised octopus with house-made Andouille sausage, and braised beef short ribs with hush puppies. 

Ivy at the Glenn

Settle in with a glass of wine by the fireplace for a romantic evening meal. Try the cherry glazed crisp duck served with a seasonal vegetable and risotto or the garlic-rubbed lamb chops with mint and cured lemon. 

The Kitchen Denver

This community bistro features consciously-sourced ingredients and a raw seafood bar. Food reflects the simple and straightforward preparation of comfortable classics. 

Neighbors

Enjoy the feel of a cocktail party without the stress of being a host. With this small eatery's widespread array of tapas and appetizers, the atmosphere of this cozy restaurant ensures good conversation over a glass of wine or a cocktail. 

 

Charcoal

The smokeless bincho charcoal fires the grills to more than 2,400 degrees, leaving meats crisp on the outside yet preserving the tenderness inside. Try the grilled Colorado lamb or the cast-iron halibut.

 

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