A comfy neighborhood hangout with a menu featuring old favorites, such as chicken parmesan, along with fresh seasonal entrees.
This restaurant blends modern Italian cuisine with traditional cooking. The menu features artisan crust pizzas, pasta without heavy sauces, and a variety of antipasti.
Authentic Roman cuisine in an intimate piazza. Try pizza from the wood-burning oven, house-made pasta, fresh seafood, and tiramisu.
Enjoy live entertainment (think comedians and musicians) six nights a week at this neighborhood bistro. Or, if you prefer a more low-key dinner, ask for one of the quiet tables. Start with your choice of more than 175 wines before digging in to bacon wraps, scallops, and a potato pancake with corn salsa and truffle oil. Currently featuring the wild game sausage platter and the Godfather: a grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with a huge slice of lasagna.
A perfect combination of family recipes and modern style. Serving salads, pizza, pasta, panini, and more in a quick and casual atmosphere. Dine-in, carry-out, delivery within three mile, and catering.
Casual cafe dining with high-quality Italian food.
Convivial hospitality and exquisite Italian dishes greet you at this sophisticated spot. Favorite dishes include the pappardelle Bolognese and the burrata cheese. Don't miss the salumi, an antipasto that includes capicola.
A family-owned restaurant since 1964 serving simple, traditional Italian food. Enjoy a generous portion of pasta with one of the three house-made red sauces or a delicious pizza like the margherita. Be sure to try one of the specialty giant meatballs.
Denver's only New England-style pan pizza with a unique crust and the best ingredients.
Italian doesn't get more authentic than this (both the chef and the manager are native Italian). Try the different regional tasting menus.