This Park Hill restaurant serves refined, modern American cuisine. Enjoy a variety of craft beer and wine with entrees like grilled Colorado trout and smoked pork loin.
Jon Robbins, host of the popular pop-up Gypsy Kitchen, has created a menu inspired by French, North African, and Middle Eastern flavors of Barbès, the Paris neighborhood where he spent three years.
Denver's favorite neighborhood gourmet burger joint opens shop in Park Hill, serving favorites like the Royale—a 1/3 lb. burger smothered in caramelized onions, bleu cheese, and bacon.
This extension of one of Denver's favorite bakeries serves breakfast and lunch plus bakery classics. Try the sunny side duck: a sunny side-up egg with duck confit, chive hollandaise, and tart cherry jam.
Enjoy the feel of a cocktail party without the stress of being a host. With this small eatery's widespread array of tapas and appetizers, the atmosphere of this cozy restaurant ensures good conversation over a glass of wine or a cocktail.
Traditional fish and chips (cod, tilapia, prawns, and more) plus other English fare all made in-house, such as shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, and Cornish pasties. European soccer and rugby games are televised.
This Venezuelan grill incorporates elements of African, Indian, and European flavors to create dishes like sancocho soup, made with different meats, potatoes, plantains, and yucca. Wash your meal down with a passion fruit smoothie.
Order a variety of Chinese and Japanese dishes to enjoy in the sleek dining room or in the comfort of your own home. Try the Thai red curry with coconut milk or the sesame-honey-style chicken. Also serves sushi.
Get a taste of el sabor latino at this Peruvian restaurant, bar, and nightclub where there’s plenty of room to savor authentic seafood dishes like ceviche or the cau cau de mariscos. Once you’re stuffed, head to the dance floor and salsa the night away.