Italian-inspired dining with a seasonal and locally sourced menu. Try the cavatelli pasta, made with ricotta cheese and served with spicy sausage. Don't miss the house-made gelato for dessert.
Walk through a secret door in the bookstore that fronts the bar and you will be transported to the prohibition era. Order specialty cocktails like the Blackberry Sage: Whiskey plus muddled blackberries, sage, and lemon. Chef Max MacKissock and sous chef Blake Edmunds (formerly of the Squeaky Bean) head up the culinary program.
This sweet parlor is located inside a giant milk jug, and all the ice cream is hand-made just a few blocks away. In the summer, salted Oreo and Mexican chocolate are favorites. For every scoop of ice cream you buy, a three-ounce scoop of rice is donated to different international food charities.
This nonprofit eatery whips up a different breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu daily using simple, minimal, easy-to-say ingredients. The atmosphere is casual, but the food is gourmet, and best of all, you pay whatever you think the meal was worth.
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.
This neighborhood eatery serves up top-notch burgers, such as the Frenchie, with Brie and ham, and the Croque, topped with Swiss and a fried egg. Add a milkshake, like orange creamsicle or root beer float.
Choose from 40 Colorado craft beers on tap, an extensive wine list, and cocktails made with Colorado spirits. Try the elk sausage macaroni and cheese or the Breckenridge IPA-battered fish and chips.