Denver September 21, 2016
You Haven’t Lived Until You Try These 10 Mouthwatering Restaurants In Denver
From buttery handmade biscuits smothered in sausage gravy to wood fired pizzas bubbling up with cheesy saucy goodness, these Mile High eateries feature an eclectic assortment of regional and global fare sure to satiate every hungry belly. We already brought you
11 Restaurants You Have To Visit In Denver Before You Die, now here are 10 more of the best restaurants Denver has to offer. Eat your Mile High hearts out, y’all!
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Root Down
This former filling-station-turned-grub-hub in the Highlands serves up creative, local, sustainable fare in a hip, casual atmosphere , including a lovely outdoor patio with phenomenal views of Downtown Denver. Root Down is dishing out dinner nightly starting at 5pm and boasts a killer brunch on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
2. Avanti F&B, a collective eatery
A collective eatery is the perfect spot to grab your friends and grab a bite! There are seven fantastic restaurants to choose from all under one roof and a fabulous patio to boot. Think of it as an elevated food court, where you can munch on pizza, tacos, shawarma, sushi, and more.
3. Work & Class
This relaxed RiNo restaurant has an excellent patio overlooking Larimer and 25th and is serving up "good food, no fuss." They specialize in Latin-inspired and American eats and pride themselves in "a square meal, stiff drink, and fair price." I'm sold!
4. Old Major
Honest, upright farmhouse cuisine is what they're up to at this LoHi haunt serving up sustainably sourced ingredients and everything made in-house. They even butcher and cure their own meats. Now, that's dedication!
5. Denver Biscuit Company & Fat Sully's Pizza
With locations on East Colfax and South Broadway, as well as a food truck roving the metro area, the Denver Biscuit Company is one of the Mile High City's most cherished treasures.
Not to mention the fact that they also house Fat Sully's wonderfully cheesy and delicious New York style pizza all under the same delectable roof.
Cart-Driver is tucked away in a former shipping container space in the happening RiNo neighborhood and is a prime spot to grab a beverage and bite for lunch, dinner, happy hour, or late night. They're known for their high-quality wood fired pizzas, fresh oysters flown in daily, seasonal Italian fare, and prosecco on tap.
7. Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen
This modern industrial pub is located in a historic 1883 building in LoDo just off Larimer Square and is renowned for its adventurous menu, which includes housemade sausages, po' boys, poutine and schnitzels. A cold craft brew, Chicken and Waffles and Fried Cheddar Curds with Buffalo Ranch? Yes, indeed!
There is one of the newest hot spots on the Denver food scene and is serving up globally inspired dishes in their quirky, lively digs in the Highlands. There's scrumptiously shareable bites include steamed buns, lettuce wraps, tostadas, and their infamously addictive fried Brussels sprouts.
9. Table 6
Nestled on the corner of 6th and Corona is an eclectic eatery that boasts classic comfort food with an unconventional twist. Stop in for brunch or dinner and snack on BBQ brisket, dressed-up tater tots, and delicious curry pork belly with cinnamon donuts. Wowzers!
10. True Food Kitchen
I simply cannot get enough of this hearty, sinfully healthy eatery in Cherry Creek North and its vast selection of "honest food that tastes really good." From kale and quinoa to burgers and bolognese, True Food Kitchen offers something to please every palette and eagerly accommodates diners seeking vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options.
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