This Park Hill restaurant serves refined, modern American cuisine. Enjoy a variety of craft beer and wine with entrees like grilled Colorado trout and smoked pork loin.
$$ (average entree $11-$15)
This second location of this concept from Troy Guard focuses on healthy build-your-own bowls at lunch, and ramen, proteins by the pound, and small plates at dinner. Don't miss the Bubu-style corned beef beef buns and the shrimp potstickers with quinoa.
Comfort food with Asian flair and beautifully plated desserts are the main focus here. The chicken and matcha waffles are a must-order—and don't miss the Japanese-inspired bakery's signature baum cakes.
A long list of special rolls are artfully prepared at this Japanese restaurant. Don't pass up on the Godzilla Roll: Tempura shrimp, crabmeat, and avocado topped with unagi, tempura crunch, and two sauces.
Starting with a European-style continental breakfast, the Bistro's menu morphs into house-made charcuterie and cheese plates, tapas, and paninis as the day goes on. Try the rillettes or country pate, both made in house.
This Boulder restaurant is dedicated to serving Paleo-diet friendly bites. Try the aerie nest: sweet potato bacon cakes, made with mashed sweet potatoes, bacon, and poached eggs topped in Hollandaise.
This family-owned Jamaican restaurant serves classic Caribbean-centric dishes like jerk chicken, fried plaintain, and rice and peas, accompanied by a menu of rum-infused cocktails.
The little sister of Iain Chisholm's neighboring Italian restaurant, Amerigo Delicatus, Dada Art Bar aims to combine artful coffee, spirits, charcuterie and cheese platters with local art.
Westminster gets a taste of the Middle East at this classic fast-casual kabob spot. Your choice of grilled, seasoned meats are served with rice, grilled vegetables, and a salad. Don't miss the house-made pita.
This Five-Points eatery serves up both soul food (try the fried pork with mac n' cheese) and traditional Haitian dishes (go for the goat with fried plaintains and rice).