Lo Stella is the sister restaurant to the acclaimed original of the same name in Portofino, Italy. Don't miss the authentic, ingredient-driven Italian dishes like house-made ravioli with walnut sauce, or the scratch-made desserts.
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This southeast Denver steak house serves prime, fresh meats, chops, and more. Don't miss a cured, roasted, and slow-smoked pork chop carved tableside and served with house-made applesauce. Enjoy it with a wine selection from the towering wine wall.
This restaurant sticks to fresh, healthy, and traditional Japanese cuisine. Enjoy thinly sliced rib-eye steak prepared in a single-pot dish, like the slowly simmered sukiyaki.
Start with a wood-grilled flatbread before enjoying the braised beef short rib Genovese. Don't miss the barrel-aged craft cocktails.
Chef Troy Guard's modern steak house offers a chic setting for his innovative fare, which includes a raw bar and delicate salads. Try the flight of filet mignon: Four ounces of prime, Angus, and grass-fed beef all cooked over oak fire.
Choose from a selection of USDA Prime steaks and à la carte sides at this downtown steak house. For a more casual affair, stop by during happy hour for $7 cocktails and snacks.
The "farm to fork" mantra permeates a menu featuring small plates like mussels and crudo, creative vegetable dishes, and dinner-size plates (including pan-roasted lamb and Cape Cod fluke).
Go for owner Justin Brunson and executive chef Amos Watts' bistro-style, seasonal dining with an emphasis on locally raised heritage meat, sustainable seafood, and darn good wine. If you're a steak aficionado, try the 24-ounce, bone-in rib-eye with a steakhouse salad. Also swing by for lunch, when the Royal Rooster pop-up slings crispy fried chicken sandwiches with an array of fixin's.
Barolo Grill's waitstaff takes an annual trip to Italy to learn about the cuisine. That dedication to authenticity translates to the food and wine menus, too. Try the agnolotti del plin, or opt for the chef's tasting menu with optional wine pairings for the full experience.
Hand-crafted wooden tables set a welcoming tone at this elegant restaurant. Dig into the veal osso buco, a braised veal shank served with potatos, parsnips, hedgehog mushrooms, pine nut gremolata, and a fresh horseradish purée.