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When most people think about the Mile-High City they think of winter sports and expansive outdoor places— our restaurants don’t typically fall onto their top-five-things-they-know-about-Denver list. What they don’t realize is that the local food scene is second to none. Below you’ll find just a few of our favorite places to kick back and enjoy a meal.

Bistro Vendomeis a French bistro that’s named for the Place Vendome in Paris. The restaurant pairs bistro fair with fresh, local ingredients.
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If you’re in the mood for a place that provides Southern inspired food with a healthy, modern twist, this is the place to you. Julep opened its doors on Feb. 1, 2018 and it’s quickly turned into a favorite among locals and travelers alike.

Green Russellis described as being a chef-driven, Prohibition-era cocktail joint that offers handcrafted cocktails in a nostalgic ambiance.
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 CRU – A Wine Bar features an impressive, 300-bottle wine selection, 40 of which can be sampled by the glass.

If you’re less in the mood for Southern, but you could definitely go for Spanish and/or Portuguese food, then Ultreia is the place for you.

The kitchen is led by James Beard Best Chef Southwest winner Jennifer Jasinski, and her menu fails to disappoint. If you’re wanting to try a place that’s rooted in shared plates and tapas, you’ll want to add this restaurant to your “places to visit” before you leave town.

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 Bubuis owned by famed local chef Troy Guard and it’s quick to impress customers with its casual, Asian-inspired fare.
Corridor 44 is the city’s only Champagne bar; it’s alsoone of the top-rated date spots in Denver.
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Denver has one of the most bustling restaurant scenes in the US. Sure, the region may have once been best known as cow town, but today, there’s so, so much more. From microbreweries to coffee shops, to fine dining and food trucks, Denver’s foodie scene has something for everyone.

Fun fact: the Denver metro area is home to more than three dozen breweries. Locals will tell you that it practically feels as if a new one is opening every week. Yet what’s most unique about the local tap rooms, is the food the brew masters are pairing with their tap list.

Take the Wind Bistro, for example.

Here, diners can partake in everything from Octopus a la Plancha to a Waldorf Salad to Trio of Duck, with Udon noodles, bok choy, turnips and a five-minute egg.

Trust us—when it comes to tap room food, it’s more than just wings and flat bread (although if that’s your preference, you can certainly find it!)

We understand that the restaurant scene is constantly changing, which can make it hard to list the top 5 (or even top 2) fine dining establishments. What we can do, is tell you what a few of our current favorites are as of today.

At Denver Digital we’ve made it our mission to comprise a well-researched list of local eateries. Remember, the restaurant scene is constantly evolving, so be sure to check back frequently to see what new establishments have been added to the directory.

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