Make sure to try the pasta Felese: chicken, artichoke hearts, and sun-dried tomatoes in a white wine cream sauce.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
Family owned since 1951, this is one of Denver's oldest restaurants. Charming ambience with authentic Italian food.
A clean and friendly atmosphere with a great view. The menu boasts a variety of foods for a good price.
Specialties include spit-roasted chicken, grilled fish, ribs, and wood-roasted steaks.
This Cherry Creek North staple serves multiregional Italian food with flair. Fresh pastas, game, fish, and poultry round out a menu that uses fresh, local ingredients.
An upbeat dining room, bar, and patio are a great backdrop for this menu of contemporary Italian food.
Some say this is the best Greek food in town. Enjoy this elegant yet casual taverna, and try the Colorado grilled lamb chops served with roasted potatoes and veggies. Plus, everyone loves a good gyro. Pair your meal with one of their many wine options.
Arabian cuisine from Morocco to Lebanon. Gluten free options available.
At Sushi Den idling is part of the experience because as fresh, gorgeous, and creative as the fish may be, the Den is all about the scene. To the tune of urban beats, beautiful people lounge about and watch platters piled high with hamachi, mackerel, and salmon whisk by to lucky tables. Diners pluck bites with chopsticks and in the background proud sushi chefs, led by Toshi Kizaki, banter in Japanese and work their artistry.
Casual favorite with a great patio on the 16th Street Mall. Seafood, chops, steaks, and a huge martini list. Stop in on a sunny for a weekend brunch.