This tavern has been dishing up all-American eats, including fried chicken, green chile, and apple pie, since 1934—but it’s most famous for its golden-crusted pizza.
Killer margaritas, homemade chips and salsa, and chiles rellenos make this fun, casual spot a favorite.
This Denver classic exudes a Wild West feel with taxidermied animals on the walls and a menu that includes Rocky Mountain oysters, buffalo, beef, and wild game.
Enjoy authentic Japanese country foods in a traditional setting.
Try the New Haven-style pizzas, with fresh toppings that run the gamut from clams to green chiles. Multiple locations.
This neighborhood spot serves contemporary American food. Try the seared ahi tuna with wasabi aioli, rice, and stir-fry vegetables. Enjoy live music with your meal on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings.
A student-operated restaurant affiliated with the culinary program at the Art Institute of Colorado. Three-course tasting menus offer regional American as well as international dishes.
Enjoy hearty, homestyle cooking at this local favorite, which has been family-owned for more than 70 years. Come for the signature sugar-rubbed steaks.
Smoked pork sandwiches and souvalki are specialties. Everything is made in house, so you can always expect a fresh and delicious meal.
Choose from more than 200 entrees—including the chef-recommended cubed beef stir fry and special hue noodle soup—at this small, family-owned restaurant.