The Broker Restaurant occupies the old Denver National Bank building and retains many of the original, historic features like the huge, 23-ton circular vault door and some of the original wooden decor. The atmosphere here is historic without being stuffy. You will be welcomed with their trademark traditional 'peel and eat' complimentary bowl of steamed gulf shrimps. The food is worth the price of gold: the steaks are some of the best in Colorado. The menu also includes Rocky Mountain trout, Colorado Rack of Lamb, Southwest Wellington and seafood pasta. The portions are pricey but large, sumptuous and truly satiating. Take a tour of their wine cellar which is located over 30 feet below in the earlier cash vault. Multiple spaces are available for private dining and the restaurant is perfect for a classy business lunch. If you are a group of over 40 guests, make sure you inquire about their special private shows called 'Mystery Dinners' - an entertaining choice of different dinner theaters like 'Red Hot Dinner', 'Death for Dinner' and 'Who wants to murder a Millionaire?'.
321 17th Street Brown Palace Hotel Denver, CO 80202
Designed in a French Napoleonic style, the Palace Arms in the Brown Palace Hotel brings the elegance and regality of old Europe to America. The restaurant is full of fascinating period antiques. With all that ambiance, the food is distinctly American, with a hint of classical French. The pan seared lobster cake is a great way to start the meal. The rack of lamb is an excellent choice for the main course. The wine list is extensive and excellent.
1672 Lawrence Street The Westin Tabor Center Denver, CO 80202
The Palm Restaurant, a highbrow steakhouse, located in the Westin Hotel Tabor Center, harbors all of the appeal and elegance of the original Palm restaurant in New York City. Caricatures of local celebrities, sports figures and regular patrons line the walls of this brightly lit spot. The menu offers American fare with a western flair and includes porterhouse steaks, lamb chops, blackened chicken breasts, and Maine lobsters. Reservations are strongly urged.
Chez Thuy Hoa is a cheerful restaurant opened by the original chef of T-Wa Inn. Decorated in a simple yet elegant style, with a forest of green plants and old-fashioned fixtures, this restaurant serves some of the finest Asian food in downtown with a heavy emphasis on Vietnamese fare. A fabulously popular place, especially during lunch, the soft shelled crab rates as the house specialty. Among other favorite dishes are the varying noodles bowls with grilled meats, vegetables and sumptuous sauces.
Café Colore offers a huge patio area perfect for people-watching during downtown's busy summer months. Specialty pizzas are prepared with red, white, or pesto sauces, and the speedy service is just right for those on the go. The customer favorite, white pizza, features parmesan, mozzarella, ricotta and garlic. The pasta selection includes the popular Pasta al Forno, and the paninis are plump with portobello mushrooms. Desserts are outstanding. Beverages include coffee drinks, beer and wine.
Located in the historic Kittredge Building on the 16th Street Mall, this hopping spot is the perfect stop before a night on the town. The pub atmosphere lends itself for relaxation and the mall-side seating allows for excellent people watching. Classic American burgers and fries, plus a bit of Mexican fare highlight the menu. Try the Chilies Rellenos, tacos, or the burritos. On the lighter side, dig into a hearty salad or a turkey sandwich.
1750 Welton Street Grand Hyatt Denver Denver, CO 80202
This popular tourist destination celebrates the historic year Colorado entered statehood in a rustic cowboy atmosphere adorned with aged wood, rusted iron, and slate. Despite the city setting it is definitely one of those "we-do-not-have-this-at-home" type restaurants. Choose from an array of classic dishes from the American West, including mouth-watering mountain bass, buffalo tenderloin and rack of lamb. Stop in for lunch and check out the theme buffet.
Though a chain, this downtown mainstay has the feel of a homegrown brewery and restaurant that just so happens to be very large. The patio, one of its main attractions, is huge and abuts the 16th Street Mall making it ideal for people looking. It brews its own beer that feature curious names such as the Lumpy Dog Light Lager and Molly's Titanic Brown Ale. The menu, for brewery standards, is excellent and offers steaks, pastas and pizzas. Pool tables fill the back bar area.
Denver's version of this popular global chain is located in the Denver Pavilions. Stop in for a myriad of burgers and drafts and pick up a souvenir T-shirt, sweatshirt, key chain, or lapel pin to add to your collection. Music memorabilia from artists such as the Beatles, Alanis Morisette, Jimi Hendrix and No Doubt adorn the interior. Belly up to the inviting oak bar or grab one of its window seats, which are perfect for people watching on 16th Street.
Located in the Brown Palace, this is a fine spot for a leisurely breakfast or business lunch. Its breakfast menu, laden with upscale takes on steak and eggs and salmon benedict, made it famous and the Dom Perignon Sunday Brunch is like spending a day with the jet set. For lunch, try the Seafood Paella or Grilled Boneless Pork Chop. All the dishes are meticulously prepared and give the sense that you are eating a masterpiece.
Hampton Inn Suites Denver Littleton is a popular mid priced
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