Whether you are out on a date, a family day or a fun night with friends, you will need some tips on which restaurant you will visit on a certain occasion. If you are the organizer, it is your responsibility to bring the guests to a nice restaurant that is pleasing to both the eye and tongue. Restaurants in Colorado promise an unforgettable experience from their luscious food to excellent service. With the long list of superb restaurants in this place, let us help you in choosing your unforgettable belly experience.
Barolo Grill ((3030 E. 6th Ave. Milwaukee St. Denver, CO 80206; 303-393-1040)
If you are a fan of an elegantly rustic feel of ambiance, this is the best place for you. Barolo Grill offers Northern Italian cuisine. They offer a five-course selection which changes with the season. If you are on a date, this chef’s selection can be paired with wine for a more romantic feel. Make sure to try their pasta stuffed with sheep ricotta and mushroom as well as their Hudson Valley foie gras. They also boast that their wine choices are the best in town.
Guard and Grace (1801 California St, Denver, CO 80202; 303-293-8500)
As a modern steakhouse, you thought you already knew what to expect. But for Guard and Grace, the ambiance, as well as the food choices are different. You will like the masculine color, sound and sounds of the restaurant. Everything is posh and classy. Aside from their steaks, many have already tried their Oak-grilled carrots and gained many good reviews. They also offer seafood and a wide variety of fresh vegetables for those who are following a strict diet.
Hooters (1111 W 120th Ave, Westminster, CO 80234; 303-991-4668)
This is a well-known American bar and grill that offers an entertaining atmosphere to guests. Although they market themselves as a family restaurant, many still do not agree. Hooters are known for their hot wings served by skimpily dressed waitresses which our conservative parents may not approve on. It offers a great place to have fun and to experience a unique experience.
Bittersweet (500 E. Alameda Ave. Denver, Colorado; 303-942-0320)
The owners, husband and wife, Olav Peterson and Melissa Severson must have used their experience as life partners in their restaurant name. However, you can be assured that you will forget about bitterness once you come into this restaurant. The feel is so sweet and classy. They are proud of their artisanal approach and cooking and preparing foods. And to make sure that they are using only the best possible ingredients, they have an onsite garden where they are getting the herbs and vegetables they need.
Work & Class (2500 Larimer St, Denver, CO; 303-292-0700)
Since its opening in January 2014, this restaurant has become the talk of the town because of its spontaneity. Imagine a very simple restaurant that is not taking any reservations and even close during Mondays became a hype. Many were curious as to why even with a “no-fuss” set-up, many are visiting the place. Most of them are not even complaining about the inconvenience the place offers to their guests. But this is actually the goal of the owners. They want the atmosphere to be fun, spontaneous and reflects the working class. As long as you want to enjoy a different mood and want to experience a different kind of fun going to restaurants, try Work & Class and order Lamb posole.
Colt & Gray (1553 Platte Street #120, Denver, CO 80202; 303-477-1447)
This is another American Restaurant, which sleek mood. They offer American dishes, but guests are keep coming back because of their world-class cocktails. The ambiance is intimate even with active bar scene which is good for dates or quiet celebrations.
Bistro Barbès (5021 E 28th Ave, Denver, CO 80207; 720-398-8085)
For wine-lovers, this French-style bistro is the place you. Many reviews approved that Bistro Barbès offers an excellent list of wines that comes with their food selections. They offer European dishes with a touch of African, Spanish, and Mediterranean flavors. The place offers a dining experience where you can relax and have a casual conversation with friends.
Mizuna (225 E 7th Ave, Denver, CO 80203; 303-832-4778)
This American restaurant is always on the list of Best Restaurants in Denver. Having a cozy feel once you’re inside the restaurant makes you agree that it is indeed one of the best. You haven’t tasted anything yet. Now, try to order lobster Mac and cheese to know what’s the hype about. Said food is always present in the menu even if they do change their list monthly. Many wants to try this, and many are coming back for more. Mizuna does not simply offer a nice fancy restaurant and a variety of luscious food. They are also known to give excellent service to customers. Most of them are professional and well-trained.
If it is your first time to visit Colorado, make sure to try any of those mentioned restaurants and surely, you will have a unique and great experience. In Colorado, they do not just offer delicious food, they want you to take a good memory.