Serving Yucatan cuisine—try the tacos de lecho al horno.
Barbecue plus sweet corn, fries, beans, potato salad, and slaw.
Located in a charming bungalow, this restaurant serves a rotating menu of classic French entrees. Try the crepes for lunch, or order the boeuf bourguignon at dinner.
Denver's first military-themed restaurant. Rations include burgers, wraps, and plenty of beer. Live music on select nights.
New American dishes, an impressive wine bar with 28 wines by the glass, and house-made desserts in a comfortable, naturally decorated space.
Don't miss the pancake flights: stacks of warm flapjacks prepared in four signature flavors, including strawberry-banana cheesecake and Oreo cookie. Also serves lunch.
Made to order dishes specializing in Southern Thai cuisine.
Happy hour sushi is just $1 per piece everyday 5-10 p.m. A full choice of fresh ingredients including octopus, salmon, tuna, and eel.
Homemade, authentic Thai food.
Dip into something different and check out the $100 four-course wine dinner for two.