Located inside the Streets of London pub, this spot tosses New York-style pies starting at $2.75 a slice. Try a Neapolitan pie with tomato sauce, crispy crust, and your choice of toppings.
Capitol Hill Area
This noodle bar dishes up savory duck confit egg rolls, candy-like black cod tempura, and addictive steamed buns stuffed with either suckling pig or (our fave) pork belly. Noodle bowl selections are always changing.
This traditional, thin-crust pizza joint serves international wines and house-made pastas and mozzarella.
This neighborhood restaurant serves inexpensive southwestern Mexican dishes, similar to its downtown sister eatery.
Choose from 50 Belgian and domestic microbrews on tap at this cozy old world pub. You'll still have to decide which of the four savory sauces, from marinara to cajun, you'd like on your mussels.
A Denver landmark and a staple for late-night comfort food, Pete's is known for its breakfasts but also serves burgers, gyros, and souvlaki sandwiches any time of day.
This meat-free zone features pizza, vegan pastries, a full bar, and strong ales on tap.
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.