Moroccan-inspired Mediterranean food sporting a menu of dishes like m'rouzia lamb with lentils. All ingredients are organic and gluten-free.
Owned by two brothers from Greece, this authentic restaurant and steakhouse offers house-made specialties such as spanakopita, grilled octopus, gyros, and baklava.
Executive chef Thomas d' Aquin prepares transcendent cuisine with flavors recalling those of Southern France, Italy, Spain, Greece, and Morocco. The international tastes should be no surprise: "volta" is a Latin term meaning a trip or excursion. We like to reserve a table outside on the terrazza to peruse the carefully procured wine selection.
This Mediterranean grill offers flavorful authentic cuisine like their creamy hummus with pita or lamb kabobs. Gluten-free options available.
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.
Authentic Greek and Mediterranean food with a hint of American offerings. Try the restaurant's signature dish: a Mediterranean-braised lamb shank served over pasta.
Stop into this neighborhood eatery for fresh tastes of Greek cuisine. Don't miss the keftedes with lamb sauce, dolmades, and spanakopita.
Nightlife entrepreneur Francois Safieddine (Suite 200, 24k, and Oak Tavern) joined forces with chef Jose Guerrero (Ocean, 975) for this chic, 6,600-square-foot Mediterranean restaurant and lounge. Enjoy albondigas (meatballs) and a melon margarita.
Sip homemade chai tea while sampling Middle Eastern delights—such as hummus, shawarma wraps, and baba ghanoush—in this charming, sun-filled lunch spot.
Chef Jennifer Jasinski creates Mediterranean-influenced cuisine with juxtaposing tastes and textures such as roasted beets with candied lemon vinaigrette or hot beignets with a port wine reduction.