Ballpark Area

Ophelia's

Housed in a historic building (which was once a brothel), the latest endavor from Justin Cucci's Edible Beats team features quirky design details and a stage for live music. The "gastro-brothel" menu encompasses globally-inspired pub fare like flatbreads, small plates, and stone-fire skillets. Try the green chile cornbread with goat cheese and honey butter.

Wurstküche

This sausage and beer hall serves up imported brews on tap alongside a wide array of sausages and Belgian fries. Stick to the classics with a bratwurst or lean toward the adventurous with the rattlesnake, rabbit, and jalapeño sausage. Whatever main you choose, add a side of truffle oil-glazed fries.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

This watering hole offers a vintage-inspired vibe and a menu curated by Old Major's Justin Brunson. Wash down your burger or fried chicken with one of 95 whiskeys. 

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The Spruce Tap House

A scratch kitchen and Colorado barbecue are the focus of this Ballpark restaurant. Try the smoky and tender pulled pork sandwich topped with house-made slaw along with a side of collard greens.

Marquis Pizza

This Ballpark pizza joint keeps it simple with a menu featuring four signature pizza and a build-your-own option in addition to salad and a calzone. Drop in for lunch or late night and share a pie with friends. Try the Charlie loaded with pepperoni, mushroom, onion, tomato, and fresh basil. 

Butcher's Bistro

Drop by this New American Ballpark bistro for lunch or dinner. The menu focuses on using whole animals, seasonal ingredients, and local products. Try the Butcher Burger prepared to order with in-season toppings and sip on the Old Butcher—a variation on an Old Fashioned using Colorado spirits. 

Tokio

This traditional Japanese eatery offers a raw bar of sashimi and nigiri, six styles of ramen, and a variety of small plates. Order some Kobe beef from the bincyo-tan Japanese charcoal grill. 

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