Dine on traditional Tibetan dishes in an authentically decorated dining room.
This trendy spot offers global comfort food—from Tikka Masala to shrimp ceviche—and every type of martini you can imagine.
It's been dubbed Sushi Den II, but Izakaya Den is more than a replica of its popular cousin. You can still order ultrafresh sushi and sashimi, but the most exciting dishes come in the form of small plates.
Russian, Armenian, and European dishes with live music every Friday and Saturday night.
Try traditional hot and cold Spanish tapas with a pitcher of sangria.
A piece of elegance in small-town Morrison. The hearty Czech menu features classics like wiener schnitzel and Hungarian beef goulash.
Sit below a hand-painted ceiling at this teahouse transported from Tajikistan. The menu offers Asian and Mid-Eastern inspired cuisine.
Denver Public Schools' high-school students operate this eatery during their culinary arts elective. With the guidance of three chefs and one teacher, students serve a variety of international foods.
Located within the historic Brook Forest Inn, this restaurant serves continental cuisine. Dine on steak, fish, and pasta. The porter house is the fave.
German, Czech, and Polish cuisine complete with beer garden.