Every Sunday owner Eric To and chef Mabry Kennedy visit local farmers’ markets for the freshest ingredients. They bring this produce back to their eclectic restaurant where they make dishes like chipotle lobster macaroni and cheese and roasted fennel and lentil soup.
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Dip into something different and check out the $100 four-course wine dinner for two.
Serves fine cuts of steak aged for tenderness, with a menu featuring prime rib, seafood, and a long list of wines and cocktails.
Inspired by traditional Brazilian churrascarias, this South American hot spot features sizzling cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and sausage, slow roasted and seasoned to perfection. Try the signature caipirinha cocktail.
Diners can be assured that the produce, dairy, and meats are sourced from nearby land—sometimes even from executive chef Eric Skokan's farm.
Indulge in aged Prime beef and discover new tastes with the award-winning wine list, featuring 100 wines by the glass.
Serves fine cuts of tender steak, as well as prime rib, seafood, and a long list of wines and cocktails.
A dark cozy restaurant that invites long conversations over seafood and steak. They also serve raw oysters.
A modern American menu, from Maine lobster ravioli to Colorado rack of lamb with French lentils, in the sleek ambience of the opera house.
This Colorado institution offers fine buffalo, beef, seafood, and game. Enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains and Denver's city lights while you dine.