Restaurants for Foodies in Denver, Colorado
- 412 reviews
Every dish stood on its own. Each dish was a wonderful mix of flavors that generally stood out when necessary. I would have liked the jalapeño in the ceviche to be more prominent. I LOVED the ceviche presentation (using big spoons for each serving). We shared four light dishes & were very full (but had room to share dessert). Service ...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryFoodies
- 432 reviews
This is one of the best Italian place I've ever had! 1. Ceaser Salad - AMAZING, especially their croutons! Their croutons are made out of their fresh bread & their dressing, it's not the usual ceaser dressing. Bottom line, you just need to try it! 2. I think this was some beef pasta - The beef melted in your mouth! ...Popular withFoodies
My friend suggested this restaurant as a Denver landmark and it lived up to expectations. As their website says "With a history that spans more than 80 years, Patsy's Italian Restaurant is Denver's oldest Italian restaurant. Founded in 1921...". So I think they've figured out how to make some good Italian dishes. I had the Fried Trout plate and it ...Popular withHistoryLocalFoodies
- 472 reviews
Cozy, delicious and a very short walk away. This is your local restaurant. Think a small French bistro and that is just how it feels.Popular withFoodies
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A fun, late night spot to hang out with friends over good beer and food. I liked the eclectic decor, the beer selection and their signature Cricket burger. Draft beers include local Colorado craft brews such as The Great Divide, Oskar Blues, Wynkoop, Breckenridge and Boulder Beer Company. Cherry Cricket is a cool place to stop by to try what ...Popular withLocalBudgetBackpackers
Where else but at the Buckhorn can you try yak, rattlesnake or ostrich and nobody bats an eye at the selection? The Buckhorn Exchange is a Denver institution, and just five minutes from Downtown Denver. They've been serving food to the hungry since 1893, with one of their specialties being "Rocky Mountain Oysters" (aka bull testicles). And be warned: this ...Popular withBusinessLocalFamilies
- 524 reviews
I like to follow in Anthony Bourdain's footsteps when visiting a new city, so I had to check out Biker Jim's sausages. The restaurant is on a fun and funky stretch of Larimer and is not huge, but not too small. I was almost overwhelmed by all the choices of sausage- decisions, decisions. I wish they offered some sort of ...
Before I had lunch at BD's the other day, I hadn't had Mongolian since I was about 12 years old. There used to be a Mongolian BBQ in my hometown and my family would always go there. When it shut down, I was disappointed. Well BD's brings it all right back. The joy of slapping together any concoction of meat ...
- 553 reviews
Since 1981, this intimate downtown club in historic Larimer Square (est. 1981) has a roster that reads like a who’s who of comedy: Jerry Seinfeld, Roseanne Barr, Ellen DeGeneres, Dennis Miller, Jamie Foxx, Lewis Black, and Joan Rivers, to name-drop a few. The venue has a reputation for spotting new talent, having launched the careers of many fixtures on Comedy ...Popular withNightlifeTrendstersBusiness
- 563 reviews
Two things Denver excels at: great views and great drink. Here you have a place to enjoy both with rooftop dining (overlooking the Millennium Bridge) paired with 40-plus locally made craft beers on tap. If beer’s not your thing, the wine and spirits served are also Colorado made. Oh, and the pb&j here has bacon on it for the win.Popular withBudgetLocalStudents
- 602 reviews
Even still the best Sunday brunch in Denver. Classic old railway hotel with early 20th century charm. Brunch includes breakfast, carving station, seafood, pasta bar, and chocolate fountain with dessert bar. There is a choice of champagne and sparkling wine and you can see the wine list, but it's equally good dry.Popular withLocalBusinessLuxury