$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
Jon Robbins, host of the popular pop-up Gypsy Kitchen, has created a menu inspired by French, North African, and Middle Eastern flavors of Barbès, the Paris neighborhood where he spent three years.
The legendary steak house that got its start in Georgia has come to Colorado. Expect the same steak house salads, half-pound burgers, and of course, steak house classics.
This neighborhood restaurant offers a fresh take on bistro fare. You'll find plates like slow roasted salmon over shaved fennel, beer-steamed mussels with chorizo, and buttermilk chicken with gnocchi, kale, and creme fraiche.
Chef Troy Guard's modern steak house features a raw bar, lighter fare, and house-made pastas.
Atticus, like its literary namesake, values community—a fact reflected on its menu of Colorado-focused food, beer, and spirits. Try the braised short ribs with lemon risotto, broccolini, and a whiskey demi-glace.
This cozy eatery serves up unique gastropub-style fare—like saffron risotto croquettes and bison Bolognese—made with local and sustainable ingredients.
Owned by two brothers from Greece, this authentic restaurant and steakhouse offers house-made specialties such as spanakopita, grilled octopus, gyros, and baklava.
This South American spot offers a wide variety of Peruvian-inspired seafood, meat, and vegetable dishes and pisco cocktails.
This New American restaurant draws from classic Italian and French cuisines but abandons pretentiousness. An emphasis on local farmers and ingredients results in an ever-changing menu of seasonal dishes.