The Denver outpost of this nationally
known New York restaurant founded in
1926 features an extensive lunch and
dinner menu, as well as bar bites, special
business lunch menus and private dining.
The restaurant’s Italian-American heritage
is featured in the dinner menu, which
includes such classics as prime aged
steaks, jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters,
chicken parmigiana and veal martini.
Earl’s Downtown Denver
1600 Glenarm Place
Earl’s Downtown Denver is located next to
Cooks Fresh Market and close to such
nearby attractions as the Colorado
Convention Center, Coors Field, and
others—making it ideal for dinner or
drinks before an event. The menu has
such favorites as Leroy’s crispy dry ribs, a
wedge salad with house-made bleu
cheese dressing and a hot chicken
Caesar salad, plus pastas, burgers, wok
items and more.
2500 E. 1st Ave., #101, Cherry Creek
1881 Curtis St., Denver
Former Denver Bronco John Elway brings
his love for food to life at two locations—
downtown in the Ritz-Carlton Denver and
in Cherry Creek. Elway’s menu—which
changes seasonally—includes USDA
hand-cut prime steaks, finfish, crustaceans
Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen
1317 14th St.
Euclid Hall is the third restaurant from the
team of Jennifer Jasinski and Beth Gruitch,
who also own Denver institutions Rioja
and Bistro Vendôme. With a motto of
“Crafted, Not Cranked Out,” Euclid Hall
serves deliciously unpredictable upscale
pub food from around the world. The
menu includes fresh hand-cranked
sausages, poutine and house-made
pickles, plus an extensive beer selection
and creative cocktails.
Frasca Food and Wine
1738 Pearl St.
Boulder, CO 80302
Frasca is one of Boulder’s favorite special
occasion restaurants. Inspired by the
cuisine and culture of Friuli, Italy, the menu
changes seasonally to feature the freshest
organically grown produce and naturally
raised meat from local farmers. The
restaurant’s owners—Master Sommelier
Bobby Stuckey and Chef Lachlan
Mackinnon-Patterson also share a passion
for fine wine, offering more than 200
carefully selected varieties.
1313 E. 6th Ave.
One of Denver’s top restaurants, Fruition
serves sophisticated comfort food in an
intimate setting. Chef-owner Alex Seidel
was recognized as a national talent in
2010, when Food & Wine chose him as
one of the top 10 best new chefs in
America. The restaurant’s creative menu
changes seasonally, and makes good use
of the products raised on Seidel’s 10-acre
farm in Larkspur, Colorado.
Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli
3294 E. Youngfield St.
Wheat Ridge, 80033
Heidi’s started in Denver, eventually
expanding into a nationally franchised
chain. The deli brings the flavors of New
York to the Rocky Mountains and beyond.
Traditional favorites such as Philly
cheesesteak and Reuben sandwiches,
plus every kind of sandwich you can
dream up are featured on the menu
Highland Tap & Burger
2219 W. 32nd Ave.
Highland Tap & Burger is a Colorado-born business opened in 2010. The