Choose from 50 Belgian and domestic microbrews on tap at this cozy old world pub. You'll still have to decide which of the seven savory sauces—from beer-and-mustard to bacon-blue-cheese—you'd like on your mussels.
Capitol Hill Area
Fruition is always abuzz with neighbors gathering and sharing a meal. Seasonal dishes that are big on flavor, texture, and presentation stream out of executive chef Alex Seidel's tiny kitchen. Diners flock for approachable eats, such as the pasta carbonara with hand-made cavatelli and house-cured pork belly.
Simply decorated joint serving chicken shawarma, chicken kebob, and falafel.
Casual yet upscale Indian dining with just the right spices. Multiple locations.
This Asian restaurant, whose name means "happy fish" in Japanese, serves Korean and Japanese cuisine. The house favorite is the bibimbap, a rice dish with vegetables and meat cooked in a stone bowl.
This exciting and varied menu offers taste sensations from across Asia, served in a warm, relaxing, Zen atmosphere.
A Denver institution, Racines offers traditional American fare.
This family-owned restaurant specializes in fresh, seasonal food. (The menu changes once a month.) Dine in the back garden.
This charming restaurant offers French Provincial fare, including escargot, braised lamb shank with a rustic tomato ragout, and bouillabaisse.
In a town famous for great Mexican food, Benny's is an economically priced standout with a strong following.