The space's old wooden floors, copper-framed farm doors, and distressed faux windows create a warm and cozy atmosphere. And Table 6's inviting glow continues with chef Carrie Shores' American bistro cuisine, which is elevated by haute foodie touches.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
A masterful fusion of Asian and Latin cuisines, Zengo celebrates the joyous "give and take" of drinking and eating with the sights, sounds and energy of the bold Latin lifestyle. Try weekend brunch.
Experience dedication to the dip, this restaurant features 20 different sauces on the menu at anytime. Favorites include the pineapple pedy marmalade and the pistachio mint. Try the sesame-seared tuna roll, grilled venison, or braised Colorado lamb shank.
Try the Teton Waters pasture-raised rib-eye steak with butternut squash and potato gratin and garlic-seared escarole.
In a refabbed 1950s service station, this hip restaurant serves globally inspired cuisine, with a focus on veggies and sustainable meats.
This Asian-inspired modern American grill offers classics—like the pork tenderloin and the chicken caprese sandwich—and a wide selection of housemade sushi and sashimi. The drink menu includes skinny cocktails and 10 choices of saké.
A neighborhood haven where each server has sommelier-status and the menu changes daily.
Specialties include house-made pasta, wood-fired pizza, grilled fish, authentic risotto, rotisserie meats, and artisanal breads.
Before opening Cholon, executive chef Lon Symensma spent more than two months in Southeast Asia scouring markets for recipes and inspiration. His culinary expertise and extensive travel bode well for this modern Asian restaurant and its authentic-with-a-contemporary-twist cuisine. Try the soup dumplings.
Nestled beneath Red Rocks, the gorgeous patio is worth the drive to Morrison itself, but the savory fish tacos and rojo al mojcahete--slow-cooked pork served in a lava bowl--make the experience twice as nice.