First-class Boulder eatery Oak at Fourteenth dials it down a bit with this Denver iteration. Contemporary American cuisine is served from an oak oven and grill (per usual) and you'll notice some familiar dishes, like the kale salad. The ambitious bar menu complements the nuanced urban environment of the Source complex.
From taste to nutritional value to environmental impact, this food sings "kumbaya." As a community-supported restaurant, this eatery offers yearly memberships starting at $250. The noncomittal can simply walk in and try the grass-finished burger with housemade pickles and corn and arugula salad.
With a focus on fresh produce and housemade marinades, rubs, and sauces, this link of the Seattle-based chain rests comfortably in Highlands Square. The signature picante sauce pleases heat seekers without overpowering the traditional Tex-Mex fare. Don't miss the Mexican Old-Fashioned: Espolon Reposado, Patron Citronge, bitters, cherry, and orange.
Share mindful, organic dishes—reminiscent of chef Fabio Flagiello's childhood in Italy—at this no-frills Italian eatery. Opt for the pasta del giorno, like Saturday's beet- and ricotta-filled ravioli with sautéed poppyseeds and sage over beef ragout. Gluten free pizza crust is available.
A restaurant, bar, and lounge dishing up healthful, locally sourced food. Fresh sandwiches, panini, soups, salads, and entrees decorate a playful menu and are available from lunch until late. Try an appetizer (or as they call it, foreplay) like spinach and artichoke rangoons.
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