wheres a great place to eat out in Denver Co?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Can you p[rovide bit more info about what you're looking for. I lived in Denver for 20 years and there's a bunch of great restaurants. Here's the top ones.

    1. Nine 75 (975) (details)

    Nine 75 is the newest number by Chef Troy Guard. Chef Troy's menu features hip-eclectic comfort food with a twist. Hours: M-Th 5-10 (Kitchen) 5-12 (Lounge). F-S 5-11 (Kitchen) 5-1 (Lounge)

    2. Vesta Dipping Grill (details)

    "Vesta tickles the palate. It remains atop the short list of places we recommend to visitors who need to be convinced that Denver is home to distinctive dining" (Rocky Mountain News, April 2001)

    3. Zengo (details)

    ZENGO is Japanese for “give and take.” It is Chef Richard Sandoval’s eclectic, energetic and hip Latin-Asian restaurant that has received acclaim for its vibrant, fun atmosphere and light sharing cuisine.

    4. Via (details)

    The music is pumping, the mood upbeat, and the atmosphere rings with the “Via Vibe.” The perfect place to cut loose with friends and toss back a few, enjoy the best pizza Denver has to offer at Via Trattoria & Bar. With a full menu of simple Italian dishes, beer, wine and cocktails to satisfy any taste, no matter how you slice it, its always good, fresh fun at Via. Come meet with friends, or meet someone new…enjoy all of life’s good things at Denver’s newest Trattoria & Pizza Bar. Visit us today and see for yourself why food and drink is more fun at Via. Located at 1801 Wynkoop in the Ice House Lofts, next to Union Station.

    5. Highland Pacific Restaurant & Oyster Bar (details)

    A Taste of the Pacific - Rocky Mountain Style. Friendly atmoshpere with fresh seafood and exciting cuisine. The menu changes seasonally. Full bar, reasonably priced wine list. When you're in the mood for good times, pleasant dining, and great cuisine, Highland Pacific can't be beat. The restaurant offers a pleasant, inviting atmosphere that is perfect for casual dining with families and friends. The menu features an extensive array of selections, with something sure to please every member of your group. Highland Pacific also features a professional staff of friendly people, who will ensure that your visit is a pleasant one. Everybody looks forward to seeing you, so please stop in soon!

    6. Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar (details)

    A touch of Havana right here in Denver. Excellent food and amazing mojitos can be enjoyed in a great setting that oozes relaxation and class.

    7. Cherry Creek Grill (details)

    (Houstons) Great location and great food. The steak and chicken dishes are some of the best in town.

    8. Sushi Den (details)

    The Sushi Den wins every award for the best sushi in Denver. call ahead, it will be busy.

    9. Mizuna (details)

    Mizuna resonates with quiet conversation. The linen-draped tables and soft yellow dining room perfectly highlight the cuisine, also simple, elegant, and understated. Chef/owner Frank Bonanno has created a special spot for food lovers here, what executive chef Alex Seidel likes to call “The biggest food laboratory in Colorado.” At Mizuna, cooks are given free creative reign over a menu that changes monthly to emphasize pure, seasonal ingredients with clean flavors that make even the most exotic fare seem familiar. Ultimately, this is an American-style restaurant heavy on French technique, influence, and philosophy with flawless service and an eclectic assortment of international wines.

    10. Ruth's Chris Steak House (details)

    When you visit Ruth's Chris, you soon understand that this is no ordinary restaurant. From the U.S. Prime steaks, broiled to perfection at 1800 degrees, to the expertly executed seafood, New Orleans-inspired appetizers, unforgettable desserts and award winning wine list, this is a steakhouse to which others aspire.

  • 1 decade ago

    Ok here are my favorites:

    Breakfast: The pancake house on Arapahoe and Orchard (sorry its not in Denver, its in Littleton)

    I used to eat at Le Peep but they seem to all be closed...at least the ones I know of ...

    Lunch: Samarai- good sushi, decent prices

    pasquinis pizzaria- good pizza

    lodos- basically everything else

    Dinner: Fresh fish co. - pretty good seafood

    claim jumper- one plate will feed two people maybe more

    cheesecake factory- good variety

    Source(s): myself
  • 4 years ago

    I agree. Casa Bonita's would not have the main suitable nutrients by utilising any skill, yet they do have a great ecosystem and the entertainment is cool. you additionally can attempt Texaz de Brazil. i'm unsure approximately how youngster friendly that's besides the incontrovertible fact that that is sturdy nutrients and that they prepare dinner and serve at your table so as this is exceptionally thrilling.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I don't know about eating, but you could go clubbin' at Monarch ;)

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