The second location of this fast-casual American grill focuses on fresh ingredients and innovative techniques to construct its seasonally crafted menu. Pair the 48-hour slow-cooked short ribs with a draft beer.
Oskar Blues Brewery's Denver burger joint serves certified Angus beef patties, creamy, beer-spiked shakes, and bar snacks such as shishito pepper fries. Check out the attached coffee shop, Hotbox Roasters CBD Cafe, for java and doughnuts in the morning.
Boston-born chef Kevin Kidd brings fresh and local products from Oxford Gardens, Isabelle Farm, as well as the restaurant's own farm to this garden-driven restaurant. Customer favorites include the crispy calamari, warm Parmesan-kale dip, and duck confit.
This modern saloon features more than 350 whiskey selections from all over the world. The menu offers wood-fired proteins such as pork ribs and duck breast as well as plenty of creative vegetable plates (grilled broccoli with yuzu, hen of the woods mushroom with celeriac).
Acorn's former sous chef, Caroline Glover, brings a cozy-yet-upscale dining experience to the Stanley Marketplace with Annette. Enjoy a family-style dinner menu featuring dishes such as wood-grilled fish and seasonal pastas.
This elevated diner offers comfort food for anytime of day. Regulars love the mealoaf sandwich, fried chicken, and savory pot pies.
Colorado-style fried bird is the specialty at this laid-back joint. Diners flock for the crispy fried chicken as well as the creative sides, tasty craft brews, and down-home desserts.
Restaurateur Jesse Morreale's new neighborhood bar and restaurant offers 20 beers on tap and a wide-range of comfort food. The classic bar fare includes mozzarella sticks, nachos, burgers, wings, and sloppy joes.
With a menu offering 18 small plates meant for sharing (plus one large format plate meant to feed two to four people), Jeff Osaka's new iteration of his celebrated restaurant is ideal for dining with a group. Don't miss the radicchio salad with anchovy dressing or the veal sweetbreads with crunchy toast.
Take a quick trip to Houston, Texas with these authentic po' boy sandwiches, which come topped with Southern chow-chow, cheese, and pickles. This shop doubles as Helliemae's retail outlet, so make sure to pick up some salt caramels while you're there.