Grab a hand-crafted burger, fries, and a cup of Boylan's Natural Soda, then find a seat in Union Station's Great Hall. Don't miss the B.O.M.B loaded up with Tender Belly bacon, onions, sauteed mushrooms, and blue cheese.
This fast-casual chain serves made-to-order burgers with fresh and creative toppings. Try the Buffalo Bill bison burger with blue cheese, bacon, Frank's Hot Sauce, and Hopdoddy's signature Sassy Sauce. Wash it down with a house cocktail or draft beer.
This Union Station speakeasy overlooks the Great Hall, serving craft cocktails and an extensive wine list. Order small bites including oysters, lobster cocktails, and caviar from nearby Stoic & Genuine. Try the Coloradier cocktial with bourbon, bitters, and sweet vermouth. Reservations are recommended.
Award-winning Fruition chef Alex Seidel opens new doors in Union Station with a menu full of family-style shared plates, vegetables, and pasta dishes. Try the Market Provisions appetizer, featuring charcuterie and Fruition Farms cheese.
The cuisine at this restaurant is focused on a casual, farm-to-table concept of elevated soups, salads, and sandwiches. Enjoy your meal with a local beer or wine.
Mexican-influenced campfire cuisine brings fresh flavors to the table with dishes like Sweet Chipotle Pheasant Sope. Enjoy dinner with beer, wine, and specialty cocktails.
Locally sourced ingredients are used to create this inventive Colorado-inspired fare. Start with a bone marrow brulee appetizer before enjoying a wood-roasted leg of lamb. Don't miss craft cocktails made with barrel-aged spirits.
Classic Mexican cuisine is infused with creative culinary twists. Enjoy an extensive list of fine tequilas, and don't forget to order some sumptuous tacos al pastor.
What once was TAG Raw Bar is now Bubu. Locally-sourced ingredients go into dishes like the Colorado—a build-your-own bowl concept with quinoa, avocado, carrots, steak, and salad.