In an atmosphere that feels more like a living room than a tavern (think comfy couches, a stone fireplace, and plasma TVs), sit back and relax.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
If you can't decide from the amazing sushi menu, try one of the combos that feature eight kinds of sushi. Don't forget to try the famed Thai Pearl iced tea.
This premier wine bar boasts more than 100 wines by the glass. Come for the wine, but stay for the tapas. Certified sommeliers offer wine paring with a variety of high-end tapas, including Colorado Elk.
Based on the "Forrest Gump" movie, this restaurant is earnest in its Americana. Try a variety of Southern recipes, including Dixie-style ribs.
Enjoy Lebanese and Persian cuisine. Try the Kobeideh, a kabob made with beef, lamb, onion, and tomato.
Choose from 50 Belgian and domestic microbrews on tap at this cozy old world pub. You'll still have to decide which of the four savory sauces, from marinara to cajun, you'd like on your mussels.
The decor complements the Lebanese and Persian cuisine offered at this eatery. Try the shish kebabs.
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.
Denver's first military-themed restaurant. Rations include burgers, wraps, and plenty of beer. Live music on select nights.
Relax with a beer and a steak or choose from other tasty favorites such as salmon or fried chicken after a tough round of 18.