The Latin American menu is straightforward: corn, chile, meat, shrimp, veggies, chicken—and it's spectacular. Enjoy authentic dishes such as the piquant camarones diablo or a soulful bowl of pork carnita pozole.
$$$ (average entree $16-$25)
Inspired by the love story of a winemaker's daughter and a lumberjack, the space is designed to resemble a cabin in the woods. Small-plate dishes offer a modern, eclectic mix of regional American cuisine.
Experience innovative, contemporary cuisine featuring local ingredients, plus fresh seafood, steak, and game. Stop by for lunch and try one of their popular burger options.
Choose your cut, sauce, and side—like a porterhouse steak with brandy-peppercorn sauce and battered onion rings—at this upscale, contemporary steak house.
A casual tavern with deep-set wooden booths, a spacious bar, and simple Italian cuisine. The menu lists approachable eats such as fresh house-made mozzarella, paper-thin cured meats, rustic pizza, and stacked paninis.
With Duo, owners Stephanie Bonin and Keith Arnold have captured the true essence of the neighborhood restaurant—simple food, a low-key but polished ambience, and the hum of neighbors trading stories. The seasonal cuisine constantly surprises and comforts, and dessert is worth a visit in itself.
This upscale Boulder restaurant serves natural, contemporary Italian cuisine. Try the Colorado bison bolognese with orecchiette pasta, fresh herbs, and shaved Grana Padano.
Toast to the good life at this sleek brunch-through-dinner spot that serves classic American fare, like a prime dip sandwich and a rotisserie chicken salad.
Inventive modern Mexican food with an emphasis on seafood. Sit on the patio, in the dining room, or grab a coin-style margarita in the tequila bar.
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.