Although its been through many ups and downs since it opened, Opal has finally established itself as a happening spot for sushi and twice-a-day happy hours.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
An eccentric neighborhood eatery with a bit of retro flair and flavors from Asia, Italy, Mexico, and more.
Serving large, triple-decker sandwiches, huge salads, and New York-style pizza.
Located on the ground floor at the southern entrance to the Pepsi Center, the restaurant has a true mountain lodge atmosphere.
Family-owned for more than 70 years. Homestyle cooking and great steaks make this a local favorite.
The contemporary American menu that starts with anything-but-ordinary fried calamari and ramps up to savory roasted duck.
This boisterous restaurant serves up international eats like pad thai and chicken tacos. Consider eating at the hopping bar.
Artful presentation, impeccable service, and a charming atmosphere.
Serving up classic Chinese fare.
The modern menu features traditional items–like teriyaki chicken–as well as unusual combinations such as the #9 roll, made with shrimp, crab, and cucumber wrapped with salmon and avocado.