Denver December 13, 2016
Here Are The 10 Most Romantic Restaurants In Denver And You’re Going To Love Them
With temperatures dropping, snow falling, and the holidays just around the bend, now’s the perfect time to cozy up with your main squeeze for a romantic date night. These eateries promise killer cocktails, phenomenal food, and an amazing ambiance that’ll set the tone for an unforgettable evening. Can’t you just picture you and your love dining fireside or by candlelight, sipping hot toddies, swapping stories, and sharing spoonfuls of sugar at the ten best romantic restaurants in Denver?
This intimate neighborhood staple prides itself on seasonal dishes featuring simple quality ingredients and an atmosphere akin to dining in the warmth of your own home. Find
at 1313 E. 6th Avenue and let Chef Alex Seidel’s signature comfort food take you to the next level.
2. Barolo Grill
Another elegant eatery emphasizing seasonal, local ingredients is the award-winning Barolo Grill, where they've been serving up handmade Northern Italian cuisine for over two decades. Pro tip: Extra points if you secure a table near the roaring fireplace.
is located in Cherry Creek North at 3030 East 6th Avenue.
Nestled at the corner of 7th and Sherman is a quaint neighborhood spot featuring beautifully crafted French-inspired cuisine sure to excite every palate. Magic is happening at
! Find them at 225 East 7th Avenue.
4. Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club
Let the velvety smooth sounds of jazz surround you at this luxurious night club tucked away in RiNo, where you can sip champagne and craft cocktails while dining on oysters and reveling in live entertainment. Located at 1330 27th Street,
is your one stop shop for a romantic night out on the town.
5. Ophelia's Electric Soapbox
Ophelia's is another grand establishment that promises an evening of food and fun without ever having to leave the premises. It's impossible not to love this supper club, music venue, and dance hall all rolled into one. Check out all
has to offer at 1215 20th Street Downtown.
6. Williams & Graham
This Highlands hot spot is a not-so-secret speakeasy that boasts craft cocktails, mouthwatering morsels, and an ambiance unlike any other in Denver. While the wait on the weekends can be utterly outrageous, you can make a reservation ahead of time (Sunday through Wednesday only) and enjoy the experience without ever having to wait in line.
Williams & Graham
can be found at 3160 Tejon Street.
7. Beatrice and Woodsley
This cozy, sophisticated joint on South Broadway serves up top-notch cocktails and soul satisfying dishes made from scratch using seasonal, local, thoughtful ingredients. Enjoy the hearty creations at
Beatrice and Woodsley
at 38 South Broadway.
Rioja is a quaint but lively restaurant dishing out Mediterranean-inspired eats at their cozy, intimate digs on Larimer Square in the heart of Denver. Award-winning food and an elegant ambiance set the stage for a date night you won't soon forget. Find
beneath the twinkling lights at 1431 Larimer Street.
Bittersweet represents fresh, playful, artisanal cuisine at its best and is open for dinner only, Tuesday through Saturday, with reservations recommended. And don't forget to ask about fireside dining. Find
at 500 E. Alameda Avenue.
10. Izakaya Den
Izakaya Den offers sushi, traditional Japanese seafood dishes, and internationally-inspired cuisine, served up in a sophisticated atmosphere filled with small plates, sake, and romance. Get your fill at
at 1487 South Pearl Street.
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