Casual fine dining with choices such as pan-seared diver scallops with root vegetables, wild mushroom hash, pea shoots, and vanilla-poached foie gras. Plus, sip on a glass of wine or specialty mojito.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
Bright, clean, and unpretentious, with ultra-fresh sushi.
Established in 1969, this is Boulder's oldest steak house. The varied menu also features fresh fish, lamb chops, pasta, and vegetarian items.
A chic steak house serving contemporary and seasonal versions of ranch-style food.
Combining a great sushi bar and friendly service. Try the green devil roll with delicately seared tuna, crunchy asparagus, and spicy jalapenos, or dig into a crispy shrimp tempura roll.
This casually elegant and bustling neighborhood Provençal restaurant offers a seasonal menu that uses local ingredients.
Offering Spanish-, French-, and Greek-inspired cuisine. Sample from one of the 38 tapas on the menu as you sip from a fabulous wine selection.
Get the best of both worlds at this restaurant that features Thai cuisine and sushi. Try the DTC roll with smoked salmon, cream cheese, avocado, and caviar or have an order of the traditional pad thai.
Specialties include award-winning prime rib, hardwood-grilled aged steaks, and fresh seafood served by friendly professionals.
Located within the historic Brook Forest Inn, this restaurant serves continental cuisine. Dine on steak, fish, and pasta. The porter house is the fave.