House-smoked, Colorado craft barbecue is the specialty at this laid-back spot. Innovative meats like bison short ribs and lamb shank are available by the pound or the plate, and scratch-made sides like white cheddar and green chile potato chips round out the menu. Make sure to get there early or call ahead, as Roaming Buffalo closes their doors when they sell out of 'cue.
Head to this cantina for a fun night out that won't break your wallet. Chef Christopher Scott's menu was inspired by his experience cooking in Guadalajara. Try the beer-battered tambor taco.
A family-friendly neighborhood restaurant serving wood-fired pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and entrees like brick chicken.
This street-style taqueria tops house-made corn tortillas (including a squid-ink variety) with anything from nopalitos to grilled shrimp to poblano peppers. For maximum effect, head to the patio to sip on a margarita or one of the fresh, authentic agua fresca juices.
This neighborhood Irish pub specializes in craft beer and whiskey. Try the chef's tribute to his Cajun roots with the creamy shrimp and grits.
Serving up a menu full of smoked meats and cheeses, including fried chicken wings. Try the "Cigar," a sandwich made with roasted pork, turkey, salami, and swiss cheese.
The Kalamity Katie's Border Benedict takes a twist on a customary eggs benedict meal with housemade green chile corncakes topped with chorizo, poached eggs, queso fundido sauce, pico de gallo, sour cream, green onions, and avocados.
Go straight for the empanadas. The 15-plus flavors range from the traditional beef to eggplant parmesan to blue cheese. Buy them in singles or share a dozen, but save room for the alfajores. New expanded menu includes tartas, breakfast medialunas, and terrines.
Enjoy upscale Italian fare in a casual, family-oriented setting. This sophisticated eatery serves a wide array of pasta, poultry, fish, and meat dishes. Try the penne russo or lobster ravioli.