Eat Here: 4 Denver Restaurants Worth Trying This Weekend

Denver Restaurants

While in Denver, you can indulge in the best cuisine from around the world. Denver loves its food and food aficionados, and the range and depth of cuisine on offer at the best Denver restaurants is tantalizing and sure to please even the most discerning palates. If you are in Denver and want to visit some great restaurants, here are a few worth going to –

Denver Restaurants

  1. Rioja – For gourmet food mixed with strong Mediterranean influences, head straight to Rioja. Best known for its tasty homemade pasta, this restaurant also serves up classics like beet gnocchi, roasted beet salad, and the cavatelli with black truffle chicken sausage.

1431 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80202 • Phone: 303-820-2282

 

  1. Mizuna – For a great and memorable dinner, Mizuna is a great option. The minimalistic décor is the perfect backdrop for great dishes like the pan seared ostrich loin, the lobster mac and cheese, the slow roasted pork belly and the oyster chowder. The much sought after beef duo comes with a squash hollandaise sauce, king crabs and braised short rib.

225 E 7th Ave, Denver, CO 80203 • Phone: 303-832-4778

 

  1. Frasca – For the best of Italian cuisine, try Frasca. Using fresh produce and specializing in providing a stunning four course meal at a great price, this restaurant excels with its pasta courses which they serve with homemade ricotta cheese, a blood orange and mint sauce, crab and English pea.

1738 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302 • Phone: 303-442-6966

 

  1.  Sushi Den – If you prefer Asian delicacies, head over to the Sushi Den. The Miso Soup provides a great start, which you can follow with a special three mushroom salad, Udon noodles with duck and deluxe sushi platter which features tuna, yellowtail, octopus and salmon. Add to the experience by ordering a plate of delicious and crunchy vegetable tempura.

1487 S Pearl St, Denver, CO 80210 • Phone: 303-777-0826

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