Check out this casual restaurant for your oversized sandwiches needs, like the meatball hoagie loaded up with meatballs, pepperoni, marinara, giardiniera, mozzarella, and parmesan. For dessert, sample their Trio Tini-- carrot cake, brownie bites, and donut holes all on one plate. Or throw back one of their 24 specialty drinks, like the mango mojito.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
Specializing in seafood served Peruvian-style in a traditional and casual atmosphere.
An upscale Asian restaurant serving classics such as kung pao chicken as well as specialty dishes like ginger scallion shrimp. Also, serving sushi.
Dine on lamb shank, kebabs, and falafel under the soft light of Damascene chandeliers.
This contemporary Mexican eatery offers up hand-crafted margaritas (try the prickly pear variety) and more than 100 different kinds of tequila. Chow down on the chicken, pork, and beef taco samplers or the pork green chili cheese fries.
The menu, which combines Spanish, Mexican, and Caribbean food (paella, cilantro chicken, and fresh fish dishes), is second only to the restaurant's infamous LB margarita.
Denver's oldest, continuously run Italian restaurant serves a hearty portion of old-style charm and authentic regional cuisine. Try the balsamic grilled chicken rigatoni.
Burgers, wraps, and beers with a whole lot of sass and drag queens.
Festive, comfortable atmosphere offering traditional faves like chicken parm and baked ziti, with the occasional Tuscan pot roast.
Fast-casual restaurant offering wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, entree salads, and undiscovered Italian wines. On Sunday kids eat for $2.