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Popular Restaurants in Denver

If you're a first time visitor to Denver, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Denver.

What are some good restaurants in Denver?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Denver.

Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen
1317 14th Street Denver, CO

(303) 595-4255
2030 W 30th Ave Denver, CO

(303) 993-3120
1431 Larimer St Denver, CO

(303) 820-2282
3350 Brighton Blvd Denver, CO

(720) 542-3721
Root Down
1600 W 33rd Ave Denver, CO

(303) 993-4200
Bistro Vendome
1420 Larimer St. Denver, CO

(303) 825-3232
Vesta Dipping Grill
1822 Blake St Denver, CO

(303) 296-1970
Osteria Marco
1453 Larimer St Denver, CO

(303) 534-5855
My Brother's Bar
2376 15th St Denver, CO

(303) 455-9991
Liks Ice Cream
2039 E. 13th Ave. Denver, CO
The Populist
3163 Larimer St Denver, CO
Mercantile Dining & Provisions
1701 Wynkoop St Denver, CO

(720) 460-3733
The Squeaky Bean
1500 Wynkoop St #101 Denver, CO

303 284 0053
Jack N Grill
2524 Federal Blvd Denver, CO
Work & Class
2500 Larimer St Denver, CO

(303) 292-0700


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen is very solid and fun place and Domo Japanese Country Food Restaurant is fantastic (much more of a food place instead of drinks, go for lunch), my cousin lives in Japan and this is the only place she will get Japanese food when she visits."  See More

"Also as Amy mentioned, there are a lot of cool places in Lower Highlands, like Linger or Forest Room 5"  See More

"Any restaurant by Jennifer Jasinki, including Rioja, Bistro Vendome, Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen."  See More

"Root Down is a hot spot and great for brunch on the patio overlooking downtown Denver."  See More

"The actual dish I crave the most is Jennifer Jasinski's steak roquefort and frites at Bistro Vendome and a close second would be the burrata appetizer (made in house) at Osteria Marco."  See More

"Vesta Dipping Grill, The 9th Door, Bistro Vendome, Root Down, Kevin Taylor's, Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen, Rioja, Frasca Food and Wine (in Boulder), and Osteria Marco"  See More

"I would also check out the restaurants in the newly refurbished Denver Union Station, Mercantile Dining & Provisions and Stoic & Genuine."  See More

"Don't miss Liks Ice Cream, which is a great little neighborhood ice cream shop with sundaes, milkshakes, cones and lots of amazing flavors."  See More

"Other not-to-miss eateries in the neighborhood are Work & Class (Chef Dana Rodriguez got a Beard Award nomination this year) and The Populist (bring a friend and split the oh-so-affordable seven course tasting menu for two -- only $75 for two and so delicious)."  See More

"Kitchen Denver has really great food and so does The Squeaky Bean"  See More

"Looking for excellent margs, fun patio and dive bar type, iconic Mexican-head to the original Jack N Grill"  See More

"Work & Class Is getting a lot of buzz the past few years."  See More

Where can I find out more about Denver?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Denver locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Denver.

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