This mainly American-style grill, run by Denver restaurateur Rich Saturelli, is located near the Colorado State Capitol Building and is a popular lunch spot when the House and Senate are in session. Its menu is wide-ranging, offering burgers, sandwiches, pasta dishes, grilled steaks and Mexican foods like enchiladas and chile rellenos. Citygrille features a full well-stocked bar. The Taos Chicken is a house specialty and is basically a Chile Relleno with chicken and plenty of cheese. The burgers are some of the best in town.
This downtown mainstay has been filling the stomachs of Denver diners since 1974. Wazee Supper Club oozes with character in a classic nook of the city. Red brick walls contrast with sleek black tables and matching chairs, preserving precious pieces of the city's historic past. The menu features a host of wood-fired individual pizzas that many claim to be the best in Denver. There are plenty of sandwiches to choose from too, including a Philly Cheesesteak and a towering Reuben.
When you step into Wahoo's Fish Taco, you are automatically tempted to scream out "cowabunga." The dining room mixes a beach hut look, featuring surfboards and tiki lamps, with the sleek sparseness associated with LoDo dining. The combo platters are the best way to mix and match tacos, burritos and enchiladas. Each features a choice between grilled or blackened fish, charbroiled steak, pork or chicken. Rice bowls are also available and come with an assortment of toppings including veggies, fish or chicken. A kid's menu is also available.
Located in the historic Oxford Hotel in LoDo, McCormick's Fish House & Bar continually ranks as one of Denver's best restaurants. A new menu is printed daily, underscoring its emphasis on fresh seafood. Over 30 fish choices are offered each day and include oysters from New York and crabs from California. Pasta and steak options also abound. The bar features the same fare but in a more casual atmosphere. Burgers, seafood and salads dominate the Happy Hour menu. Check out the art deco Cruise Room which opened in 1933.
A hot spot in Lodo, Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant, famous for its original Boulder location, entices palates with Mexican fare and potent margaritas. Outdoor seating is available, making it one of the city's prime time people watching locations. The menu features traditional Mexican dishes such as burritos, tacos, and tostadas, as well as Yucatan shrimp and steak fajitas. Its margaritas are legendary for their "what-hit-me" strength. Customers are limited to three in one sitting.
Everything from the music to the old-fashioned Irish whisky will remind you of the Emerald Island. When the owners made the pub, they set out to make an Irish experience and by all accounts did not fail. The dining and drinking areas were actually constructed in Ireland and shipped to Denver. If you need a "I-am-in-Denver" reality check, grab a seat on the deck and get an awesome view of Coors Field. Entree selections include corned beef and cabbage, Cottage Pie, Gaelic Steak and an all-day Irish breakfast.
Just across the Platte River from downtown, this happening spot has quietly endured the upscale changes of the neighborhood and remains a hip coffee house for young and old patrons alike. Artwork, Internet access and a connecting bookstore give this coffee shop a cultivated countenance. A late night menu and live entertainment keep the place active. The food is fast but fresh, and among the favorites are the grilled three-cheese sandwich and the roast beef wrap. Fresh fruit and vegetarian items abound.
This is one of those rare restaurants that offers a classy look, but with an amazingly casual atmosphere. It lends itself to being a popular stop for businessmen, shoppers and for people watching, especially from its sidewalk patio. In addition to its breakfast menu, which is as varied as a box of crayons, it also serves a wide variety of lunch and dinner selections such as pan seared salmon, buffalo burgers and New York strip steak. Open monday to friday 7am onwards and saturday to sunday 8am onwards.
Located in LoDo, in the old train station's Head House, a mere long ball away from Coors Field, the Chophouse is one of Denver's most popular restaurants. Following the railroad motif, faded pictures of locomotives and Pullman cars line the walls. The casual atmosphere is perfect for sipping also choose from wood fired pizzas, sandwiches and burgers. The menu offers traditional steakhouse grub like filet mignon, New York strip, swordfish and the classic Surf and Turf; however, you can make reservations, especially on game days, or you might be out of luck.
Sports fans love this place for you can see a TV from just about any seat in the house. However, its Old West hunting theme with wild game trophies protruding from the walls. This is not the place to find fine dining for it offers nothing more than a basic burger and fries menu. If you are looking for beer, this place specializes in Colorado brews and offers 20 native selections on tap.
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