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But since its debut, the petite nirvana of culinary excellence has knocked the socks off just about everyone who's set foot inside the plant-filled space puddled with sunshine. The cocktails are heavenly, too. In a neighborhood starved for style, substance and honest, reflective cooking, Annette is a gem.
High notes include the curried bouillabaisse flush with seafood, lamb cassoulet and the decadent lobster ravioli pooled in a Champagne beurre blanc sauce. The wine list, with its emphasis on old-world bottles, has soul, brains and depth. The lofty space, anchored by a showpiece kitchen commanded by exec chef Jeff Wall, ballyhoos a repertoire of charcuterie, lovely share plates the stacked onion rings are mind-altering and main dishes that zigzag from papparedelle with morels and ramp confit to a grill-etched bone-in ribeye for two.
The stylish interior blends lofty ceilings and blond woods with banquettes plumped with throw pillows, chalkboards etched with food-and-farm-themed art and an open kitchen flanked by a soaring shelf stacked with firewood. Vegetables are not an afterthought: From the asparagus with whipped hollandaise to the wood-roasted carrots with ricotta, the menu is full of season-intensive sensations plucked from the earth. Leave it to restaurateur and design genius Justin Cucci Linger, Vital Root and Root Down to erect a brilliantly designed, head-turning restaurant with equally jaw-dropping skyline views from its Lower Highland LoHi balcony.
An elevator whisks you up to the fifth floor of El Five , where Mediterranean tapas and creative cocktails timed for the seasons intersect. Weathered brick walls, a timbered ceiling and a designated barrel room are offset by tack-studded black leather stools that front the bar, crystal chandeliers, vintage velvet sofas and dueling patios.
Along with grapes, there are cocktails, craft beers and a food menu that boasts shared plates, flatbreads and charcuterie boards. One-liter growlers are available for wine fills on the go. It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing, sang jazz icon Duke Ellington in The bi-level space also boasts an indoor-outdoor bar and mezzanine-level lounge for imbibing a build-your-own mule, a craft beer from an impressively deep list or a glass of wine. From start to finish, Frizzi unleashes wonderfully nuanced food, the kind that pairs remarkably well with a bottle of Barolo or Brunello from the show-stopping wine wall.
The Denver outpost, which also lays claim to a separate cocktail lounge called Poka Lola Social Club the swanky, retro-romantic ambience calls for your cocktail-hour finest , is atmospheric with a large neon-hued wall-length mural of a woman parading feathered earrings and sunglasses reflecting a dessert sunset.
The award-winning culinary team creates cuisine from seasonally available ingredients for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. From shared plates like roasted cauliflower flatbread and charred octopus to large plates including short ribs, pork tenderloin and Colorado striped bass, you can expect an elevated Denver culinary experience. The beautifully executed dishes, exceptional wine list, thoughtful cocktails and intoxicating ambiance are not to be missed.
The riveting space, bedecked with reclaimed teak, stone and tile, provides a gorgeous backdrop for a post-work cocktail gathering in the lounge, or eyeball a stool at the sushi bar and splurge on the omakase, a multi-course tasting menu designed by a masterful crew of chefs whose plate artistry is second to none.
The food syllabus, the handiwork of chef Theo Adley, also features sandwiches, roasted buttermilk chicken, mussels steamed in a lemongrass and cider broth and a crispy pork shank plate for two. The quarters—beautifully designed with an air travel motif—also lay claim to a sprawling rooftop bar with city-spanning views. The herbs are grown onsite, and you can choose from three different kinds of drinking water: Enjoy a round of German or Belgian brews at one of the three bars, battle for supremacy on one of four indoor bocce courts, or pull up a chair in front of the hand-carved mahogany fireplace and nosh on housemade sausages, pretzels, schnitzel and strudel.
Chef Troy Guard, whose restaurant portfolio is the equivalent of a small kingdom, is renowned for his playful spins on Asian cuisine, and at Mister Tuna—the nickname of his father—the spirited menu dances to an eclectic Asian-fusion beat. Against an industrial-hip backdrop of sociable lounges, an open kitchen, garage-door windows and a gold-and-black color palette, Guard and his kitchen crew discharge a culinary canon of small plates, the hits of which include king crab with brown butter and black lava salt, Vietnamese-style kampachi and a Thai-inspired carrot agnolotti.
The diver scallops, paired with root vegetable hash, housemade guanciale and kimchi, unleash bold flavors, while sweet finales like the chocolate brownie with mascarpone mousse, macerated cherries and candied nuts, deliver surpassing pleasure. Diners can choose from a world-spanning variety of cuisines—everything from Venezuelan arepas to sushi—and enjoy their meal in the communal first-floor dining area, or on the riveting rooftop deck, which offers sweeping views of the downtown Denver skyline.
Along with restaurants, Avanti also lays claim to two bars, including one on the altitude-high terrace. The kitchen hits all the right buttons: A towering, glass-enclosed cellar displays upwards of 4, bottles of wine, many of which are also available by the glass.
Table 6 , a citified Capitol Hill bistro popular with neighborhood denizens, canoodling couples, tourists, food geeks and wine enthusiasts, basks in warmth and tender intimacy.
The menu, galvanized by the seasons, is illustrated with starters like roasted chicken sliders draped in mushroom gravy and tater tots matched with fried crimini mushrooms and chives. Main dishes zigzag from duck confit plated with glazed yams and pearl onions to grilled pork paired with cheddar fondue and frites, a dish that deftly redefines American comfort food. Sunday brunch, a convivial outing that features a DJ spinning tunes, amasses crowds that feast on French toast, pork belly and doughnuts and a terrific croque-monsieur.
Renowned for its pristinely fresh ingredients, season-intensive dishes, plate artistry, hand-crafted pastas, extensive brunch menu and thoughtful pastry program including a fantastic house-baked bread basket , Rioja is a favorite of local and national celebrities, the food cognoscenti and just about everyone else who appreciates true artisanship coupled with an approachable wine program and imaginative cocktails.
A joint venture between cocktail scholar Bryan Dayton and reticent celebrity chef Steven Redzikowski, Acorn —one of several restaurants located inside The Source , a food hall in the River North Art District RiNo —is nothing if not a source of culinary inspiration.
Redzikowski's expressively dynamic wood-fire cooking demonstrates focus, technique and precision. A deeply satisfying wine, beer and cocktail roster—including several mocktails—just adds to the allure. The omakase, a parade of inspiring marvels from the kitchen, is the best way to experience everything that this stylish spot has to offer.
Euclid Hall , a rollicking two-story gastropub squatting on the edge of Larimer Square , is as skillful with its Thai-inspired pig ears as it is with its stellar beer cocktails. Pudgy house-made sausages and poutines—fresh-cut fries sheeted with cheese curds and maybe duck confit or carnitas—emerge from the open kitchen, which also dispenses cured and smoked duck drumsticks, lamb tartare and chicken and waffles.
The pig ears, slicked with a tamarind-chile sauce and showered with scallions, peanuts, mint, cilantro and bits of egg, is all that you could ask for in a twist on pad Thai, while the lineup of craft beers, of which there are dozens, warrants multiple trips to the bar. With a confident, artistic hand in the kitchen and another on the cocktail shaker, this fashionable Pan-Asian restaurant and lounge from chef-owner Lon Symensma he also owns Cho77 walks the wok and talks the talk.
The kitchen is best known for its soup dumplings—pinched pouches of dough jiggling with juice, sweet onions and Gruyere cheese that erupt like a volcano when they pass through your lips.
Other spirited dishes, such as the impossibly tender octopus straddling a jumble of Chinese sausage, potatoes and pickled grapes, are unrepentantly delicious. For New American cuisine with a distinctive French flair, there is no restaurant more treasured than Mizuna , chef-owner Frank Bonanno's endearing flagship restaurant in Capitol Hill. Blissfully romantic, cozy and unpretentiously graceful, the floor is overseen by an incredibly knowledgeable staff who are more than adept at pairing wines with beautifully presented dishes like pan-seared ostrich, Burgundian risotto with truffled black trumpet mushrooms and the decadent macaroni and cheese, creamy with mascarpone and punctuated with succulent bites of butter-poached lobster.
Driven by the motto, "a square meal, a stiff drink, and a fair price," the diminutive restaurant, which commands waits from the moment the doors open, proffers gratifying plates of cochinita pibil red chile-braised pork , roasted goat and rotisserie chicken, all of which should be paired with a side dish: Expect everything from prime-grade blocks of beef and Colorado rack of lamb to oysters on the half shell and roasted Rocky Mountain trout.
Josh and Jennifer Wolkon, the husband-and-wife team behind Vesta , aim to keep things innovative and interesting at their sultry nighttime destination in Lower Downtown LoDo , a long-standing beacon of New American cuisine with world-reaching influences. The dim-lit, loft-like space—a cube of copper accents, antiqued mirrors, hardwood floors, curved booths and exposed brick—is simultaneously romantic and lively, making it an ideal restaurant for drinks and a cheese plate with a gaggle of girlfriends or a hot date over cocktails and cioppino, a saffron-scented broth bobbing with lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp and sea bass.
Still, while the death motif subtly and humorously pervades the bi-level space, the menu, a culinary romp through multiple countries, elevates your spirits. The mushroom tart with goat cheese, caramelized onions, duck confit and Champagne-pear compote is an ambrosial precursor to the Colorado lamb rack, pooled in vindaloo jus and mated with roasted squash, baby carrots and sundried tomato couscous.
The bar supplies inventive cocktails, among the best of which is the la Puebla sour concocted with mezcal, chile liqueur, lemon, aquafaba chickpea brine and toasted cinnamon. From the owners of Crema Coffee House, The Populist , a hipster-chic River North Art District RiNo restaurant reflective of refined New American cuisine, telegraphs triumphant dishes that bounce from duck liver mousse and maple-glazed Brussels sprouts to cider-braised pork cheeks and root vegetable gratin.
Most of the seats are reserved for walk-ins, but a limited number of reservations are available for parties of up to eight. The restaurant, which also serves weekend brunch, is centered around share plates, standouts of which include lamb tartare with smoked cauliflower and green harissa, a cured meat board propped with terrines, cheese and pickles, and the flatbread paved with Gorgonzola, guanciale and baby arugula. El Taco de Mexico, he went on, is "Denver's quintessential taqueria," unleashing the "best menudo and tacos in the city.
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