Order a meal of tempura, sushi, and sake at this authentic Japanese-Korean fusion restaurant.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
The Oblio's Pizzeria team is behind this casual, family-friendly spot, offering the same fresh pizza, as well as sandwiches and salads.
This San Francisco-born restaurant specializes in deep dish pizza and focuses on creating a welcoming neighborhood restaurant feel.
Serving traditional Mexican dishes, this bistro emphasizes fresh ingredients and house-made chiles.
This American cantina offers fresh Mexican food and a wide variety of tequilas. Don't miss the dollar tacos and $5 margaritas every Tuesday.
This German-style taphouse serves up American comfort food and offers 20 rotating beers on tap.
An epicurean's dream, this specialty food market and lounge offers 100 artisan cheeses, and 50 wines by the glass every day. Choose the LoDo spot to nosh on a craft Panini sandwich or grab a salad. Owner Pollyanna Forster's Muse Brut Cava is the perfect Spanish sparkler.
This remodeled neighborhood nook—formerly known as Angelo's Pizza—runs the gamut food-wise. Find a serious raw oyster-selection on the menu, along with traditional Italian cuisine. Try the mushroom gnocchi salad (the gnocchi is fried).
This dessert shack—part of the TAG family—is tiny as can be. The menu focuses on plated desserts, but is rather inclusive—featuring savory dishes like quiches, sandwiches, and salads. Opt for the chocolate jasmine bar.
This elevated meat-and-three tiered menu offers a unique hybrid of American and Peruvian cuisine. Our pick: the buffalo-style rotisserie chicken, sweet potato-and-bacon hash, rosemary-roasted root vegetables, and the cheddar-bacon spoonbread.