Indulge in signature European-inspired dishes like Jaeger schnitzel and coquilles St. Jacques. Sit in the Zermatt Room for traditional Swiss fare such as fondue and raclette.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
This cozy spot serves American comfort food with original twists. Try the roasted halibut with braised artichokes, roasted Yukon golden potatoes, preserved lemon, and tomato concassè.
A casual and affordable all-you-can eat Japanese restaurant, offering an extensive menu including sushi, tempura, and sashimi.
This sushi and pan-Asian restaurant receives fresh fish throughout the week from around the world, and uses locally sourced Colorado beef and lamb.
This elegant lounge offers more than 125 bottles of champagne and 20 cocktails. Try the pomegranate or black velvet (Guinness with champagne) varieties. Its American menu features perfect champagne compliments, such as smoked salmon and caviar potato chips.
Chef Olav Peterson's latest undertaking is an American garden-to-table restaurant with its own 600-square-foot garden. The decor is both old and new, while the menu takes classic dishes and gives them a fresh twist. Try the split-pea soup with edamame salad or the New England clam chowder poured at the table.
Don't miss the menu of sausages, which includes a decidedly un-French Thai pork and duck sausage offering that arrives with a helping of curried potatoes.
A fun and casual American eatery which features a center island bar and classic rock tunes. Try the crab-crusted swordfish or the ahi crunchy salad.
Chef Troy Guard describes the food at his Larimer Square restaurant as continental social cuisine. That means he serves big and small plates with flavors from around the world.
This wood-fired eatery offers straightforward flavors and good wine. Try the "cart-driver" pizza with house-made sausage, rapini, mozzarella, fennel pollen, and chiles. Save room for the organic tiramisu. Check out Cart-Driver, the new (but smaller) Denver outpost.