This bustling French bistro is tucked onto a quiet street, perfect for long conversations and a classic French dinner of cassoulet. Next door is the restaurant's Parisian-style wine bar (open Wed-Sat 5 p.m.-midnight).
Located in a charming bungalow, this restaurant serves a rotating menu of classic French entrees. Try the crepes for lunch, or order the boeuf bourguignon at dinner.
Diners can be assured that the produce, dairy, and meats are sourced from nearby land—sometimes even from executive chef Eric Skokan's farm.
This restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and sweet dessert crepes made to order. Located in the food court of FlatIrons Mall.
The name says it all. This little shop is all about the famous dish from France. Make sure to check out the Cherry Creek location.
This casually elegant and bustling neighborhood Provencal restaurant offers a seasonal menu that uses local ingredients.
The bustling environment and unpretentious food pay homage to a traditional French brasserie.
This romantic spot on Larimer Square conjures up Paris with crusty bread, excellent coffee, and a tranquil patio. Indulge in French bistro classics, such as steak frites with béarnaise sauce. Weekend brunch is particularly good, with a to-die-for croque madame.
Indulge in tender lamb or the succulent lobster. The best values are at lunchtime, but these flavors are worth every penny.