This eclectic Latin American cuisine features bright flavors and raciones-style dining (mid-size, share-plates). Try the prawns in agua chili.
Capitol Hill Area
Order the Molly Hot Brown: two slices of French toast with house-roasted turkey, green-chile-cheese sauce, bacon, and tomato. Or, sip a Bloody Mary on their outdoor patio.
Mizuna is one of Denver's most celebrated restaurants. The sand-colored walls, crisp white tablecloths, and thoughtfully spaced tables all lend an air of intimacy and occasion. Chef-owner Frank Bonanno's seasonal cuisine capitalizes on the most exquisite of ingredients, and servers are prompt, friendly, and knowledgeable of both food and wine. Don't miss the legendary decadent lobster mac and cheese.
This Colorado-themed sports bar features 16 ales from local breweries. Pick your favorite to wash down the Buffalo Bill, a local buffalo slider, or the Colorado Bass fish tacos. Plus, watch your favorite teams on 38 plasma-screen TVs.
Toss back sweet-potato tater tots as you kick back with friends at this upscale sports bar featuring classic American food with an international flair. Try the bacon-wrapped jalapenos with Jamaican relish cream cheese or the Italiano panini with mozzarella and red pepper.
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.
Cozy into a telephone booth like "snug" or onto a bar stool and order up a cold pint with a plate of corned beef and cabbage. The pub menu offers a variety of beers as well as traditional American pub fare.