With Duo, owners Stephanie Bonin and Keith Arnold have captured the true essence of the neighborhood restaurant—simple food, a low-key but polished ambience, and the hum of neighbors trading stories. The seasonal cuisine constantly surprises and comforts, and dessert is worth a visit in itself.
This lively Mexican joint boasts all-natural meats and house-made green chile, guacamole, salsa, and desserts. In the summer, fresh herbs and spices from the organic rooftop garden flavor the shrimp tacos and other dishes.
This fast-casual restaurant serves up favorites like lettuce wraps, pho soup, pad Thai, sesame chicken, and coconut curry chicken.
A casual Thai, Japanese, and Chinese restaurant. Top picks include fried rice, golden fried sesame tofu (gooey on the inside, crispy on the outside), and the zippy basil chicken with veggies.
This bustling French bistro is tucked onto a quiet street, perfect for long conversations and a classic French dinner of cassoulet. Next door is the restaurant's Parisian-style wine bar (open Wed-Sat 5 p.m.-midnight).
This modern setting offers authentic homemade pasta and entrees such as sea bass cooked on a wood-burning grill. Enjoy the extensive wine list and lively atmosphere.
Denver's oldest, continuously run Italian restaurant serves a hearty portion of old-style charm and authentic regional cuisine. Try the balsamic grilled chicken rigatoni.
This is a great Highland-area sports bar.
Breakfast and lunch menu, featuring original soups, sandwiches, and paninis.