Inspired by its historic location at the site of one of Denver’s first newspapers, courier . market | bar | kitchen offers diners the opportunity to experience classic dishes reinvented. Focused on local flavors and ingredients, the menu redefines traditional dishes as we know them. Under a canopy that recalls the newspaper presses of yesteryear,…
This fun, quirky cafe (the sister restaurant to Habit Doughnut Dispensary, which is located next door) offers CBD-infused cold brew and bitters along with an eclectic menu of eats. Try the Wu Tang Tots. Also try the Five Points location.
The team behind Boulder’s acclaimed Frasca Food and Wine offers the same attention to hospitality at their more casual Denver restaurant. The charming space is home to dishes from across Italy and a deep wine list.
This winery sources grapes from across the globe for its wines, which are available by the glass and bottle. Order the baked Brie from the bistro's $5 lunch menu to accompany your red, white, or specialty wine.
Masterfully crafted Detroit-style pizza is the draw at this tiny spot. Try the Brooklyn Bridge, topped with pepperoni, Italian sausage, and ricotta, Romano, and pecorino cheeses. Also try the Congress Park location.
Intricate cocktails (mixed table-side) made with over 50 spirits from around the world anchor this high-end watering hole. Pair your libation with fresh carpaccio drizzled in yuzu aioli or another shareable plate
Bonanno Concepts’ 16-venue collection of bars and restaurants features everything from fresh pasta to poke bowls to charcuterie. Don’t miss the the signature fried chicken sandwiches at Lou’s Hot and Naked.
Located in the Grand Hyatt Denver, this eatery boasts a daily breakfast buffet as well as a full-service bar and a market with chef-made grab-and-go options. Try the apple flatbread topped with carnitas, white cheddar, onion, and fennel jam.
This speakeasy-influenced eatery (attached to Zig Zig Smokin’ Burger) promises diners 12,376 different ways to get their meatball fix. Try the meatball-centric charcuterie board, which comes with creamy mozzarella cheese, seared olives, and garlic bread.
Former Hapa Sushi chef Jay Kuni offers both traditional and new-style rolls at this neighborhood Japanese joint. Try the San Diego roll, which gets a kick from habanero peppers and sweetness from diced mango.