The Oblio's Pizzeria team is behind this casual, family-friendly spot, offering the same fresh pizza, as well as sandwiches and salads.
Capitol Hill Area
This neighborhood nook dishes up a selection of raw and fried oysters alongside elevated Italian cuisine. Try the lobster gnocchi served with leeks and a lobster-tomato sauce.
A unique deli (a spin-off of the wildly popular LoHi location) that serves up sandwiches such as white truffle egg salad, braised beef brisket, Cubano, and smoked turkey. Enjoy the four-season covered and heated patio or choose something from the large grab-and-go section.
This Mediterranean grill offers flavorful authentic cuisine like their creamy hummus with pita or lamb kabobs.
A laid-back lounge atmosphere with a Middle Eastern skewed menu of lamb kabobs, crispy fries seasoned with a house spice blend, artichoke dip, and gyros. Ten taps pour mostly Colorado beer and the cocktails are suitably potent.
Can't decide between Mexican or Italian? You don't have to at this counter-service spot, where you can snag tacos, burritos, pizzas, and subs.
This Italian eatery specializes in fresh, local ingredients and seasonal dishes. Try the meatball sub or the prosciutto vodka sauce.
Choose from a menu with more than 50 sandwich offerings. The Colorado beef used in many of the subs is slow-cooked in house for seven hours. For vegetarians, try the Mega Veggie made with tempeh, grilled vegetables, and pesto. Pair your sub with the house's specialty bourbon and lemonade.
Try a slice of the green chile pizza made with house-made green chile with cheddar and mozzarella. For an alternative to pizza, try the calamari or the chicken parmesan.
Try a cocktail made from house-infused alcohol such as cucumber gin, pickled vodka, citrus vodka, and jalapeño vodka. Food options include an Angus burger, chicken wings, fried pickles, and parmesan fries. Located inside Campagna Pizzeria.