With a menu focused on rustic American food with a contemporary touch, chef Hosea Rosenberg's restaurant offers modern variations on classic dishes like the prawns and pork—a take on shrimp and grits. The full-service restaurant also features a butcher shop and grab-and-go market.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
A scratch kitchen and Colorado barbecue are the focus of this Ballpark restaurant. Try the smoky and tender pulled pork sandwich topped with house-made slaw along with a side of collard greens.
Drop by this New American Ballpark bistro for lunch or dinner. The menu focuses on using whole animals, seasonal ingredients, and local products. Try the Butcher Burger prepared to order with in-season toppings and sip on the Old Butcher—a variation on an Old Fashioned using Colorado spirits.
Enjoy bold and authentic Korean flavors at this Congress Park eatery. Order the spicy pork bulgogi during lunch and try the dol soht bee bim bhop—a stone pot filled with steamed rice, vegetables, egg yolk, and your choice of protein.
This Union Station speakeasy overlooks the Great Hall, serving craft cocktails and an extensive wine list. Order small bites including oysters, lobster cocktails, and caviar from nearby Stoic & Genuine. Try the Coloradier cocktial with bourbon, bitters, and sweet vermouth. Reservations are recommended.
Enjoy pan-Asian cusine at this Capitol Hill restaurant. From Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches to a Chinese family-style seafood hot pot, you'll find your favorite regional fare. Don't miss happy hour with food specials under $10, including braised pork sliders, fried coconut shrimp, and more.
Elevated American comfort food is the focus of the menu at this Uptown neighborhood spot. Try one of the signature TV dinners such as the hot n' crispy fried chicken served with mashed potatoes, cream corn, and butterscotch pudding. Wash it down with a craft beer from the ever-changing draft list.
Start your day off with fresh squeezed juices and smoothies or swing by in the afternoon for happy hour and enjoy a mini cheese pizza. Don't miss brunch on the weekends with a menu of omelettes, pancakes, and more.
This traditional Japanese eatery offers a raw bar of sashimi and nigiri, six styles of ramen, and a variety of small plates. Order some Kobe beef from the bincyo-tan Japanese charcoal grill.
Educate your palate with an extensive selection of fine wines available by the glass and the bottle. A menu crafted from French and Italian inspiration offers small and large plates to enjoy. Try the tortellini with butter and sage or prosciutto with house-made ricotta and shishito peppers.