Platt Park


Sushi Den's Toshi Kizaki has relaunched his Japanese robata-style tapas spot in a remodeled dining space. Market-driven dishes like a catch-of-the-day raw bar and whole grilled fish complement a selection of sashimi, ramen bowls, and yakitori.

La Cour

A French bistro serving classics like quiche lorraine alongside a French wine and cocktail menu.

Uno Mas Taqueria y Cantina

This taqueria bolsters classic street tacos with contemporary ingredients. The key: smoked whole, locally raised animals, including duck and pork. Try them with one of the many tequilas.

Adelitas Cocina y Cantina

Cuisine originating from the Michoacan area of southwestern Mexico served amid fanciful murals. Most of the family recipes are gluten-free or can be prepared gluten-free. To start, try prickly pear margarita with the ceviche appetizer. 

Daniels Hall

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Restaurant Fourteen Seventy-Two

A low-country menu serving up traditional chicken and waffles. Try other Deep South favorites such as shrimp and grits, barbecued ribs, and seafood boil, which brings together crawfish, clams, mussels, crab, and Andouille sausage in one pot. 

Makan Malaysian Cafe

Enjoy traditional Malaysian cuisine at good prices. Try the curry puff, a fried flaky pastry filled with curried vegetables or chicken.

Pita Fresh

A fast-casual mediterranean place serving favorites like chicken or beef shawarma, falafel and hummus. Also try an innovative pita-crust pizza. Wash it all down with fresh-squeezed juice. Open late, it caters to the University of Denver crowd.

Maria Empanada

Go straight for the empanadas. The 15-plus flavors range from the beef classico to vegan veggie to tango. Buy them in singles or share a dozen, but save room for the alfajores.  New expanded menu includes tartas, breakfast medialunas, and espresso.