Boston-born chef Kevin Kidd brings fresh and local products from Oxford Gardens, Isabelle Farm, as well as the restaurant's own farm to this garden-driven restaurant. Customer favorites include the crispy calamari, warm Parmesan-kale dip, and duck confit.
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Farm-to-table Mexican fare will lure you to this friendly Sunnyside haunt. Pair a house margarita with the four-cheese queso, and don't miss the organic mushroom tacos with huitlacoche crema.
This elevated diner offers comfort food for anytime of day. Regulars love the mealoaf sandwich, fried chicken, and savory pot pies.
Nosh anytime of day at this eclectic LoDo eatery. Highlights from the menu include Grandma Jean's buttermilk pancakes, which are served warm with salted butter, and the lemongrass pork banh mi.
Colorado-style fried bird is the specialty at this laid-back joint. Diners flock for the crispy fried chicken as well as the creative sides, tasty craft brews, and down-home desserts.
Formerly the Stanley Aviation building, this site is now home to a sprawling, food-centric marketplace. Stop by and check out the offerings from Yellowbelly, Stanley Beer Hall, Cheluna Brewing Co., Sweet Cow Ice Cream, Comida Cantina, Logan House Coffee, and Miette et Chocolat.
With a menu offering 18 small plates meant for sharing (plus one large format plate meant to feed two to four people), Jeff Osaka's new iteration of his celebrated restaurant is ideal for dining with a group. Don't miss the crisp salads, such as the radicchio with anchovy dressing, or the veal sweetbreads with crunchy toast.
One thing you can count on at Alex Figura and Spencer White's new fast-casual Italian eatery: pasta. Try approachable takes on traditional plates such as cacio e pepe, stuffed pappardelle, and cavatelli.
Richard Sandoval's casual cantina offers an array of Mexican eats such as mahi mahi tacos, antojitos, and more than 200 tequilas to choose from. Pair your meal with a cool hibiscus agua fresca or brews from Crazy Mountain Brewing Company.
This contemporary Japanese restaurant offers an impressive bar and a hip atmosphere. Try items from the binchotan (charcoal grill) or the raw bar, or just order a warm bowl of ramen.