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  • Jonesy's EatBar
    400 E. 20th Ave. | Downtown Denver

    What's the quickest way to win diners over? Serve them a gigantic bowl of perfectly cooked French fries drenched in a macaroni-and-cheese-based bechamel and detailed with chives and chunks of... More on Jonesy's EatBar »

  • Ace
    501 E. 17th Ave. | Central Denver

    Ping-pong has arrived in Denver. And if what’s happening at Ace, the latest restaurant by the team behind Vesta Dipping Grill and Steuben’s, is any indication, the game has the power to transform... More on Ace »

  • Williams & Graham
    3160 Tejon St. | Northwest Denver

    Lower Highland is the hottest restaurant neighborhood in the city, and now it has what could be its coolest bar. To create Williams & Graham, bartender Sean Kenyon and Todd Colehour transformed a... More on Williams & Graham »

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  • The Hornet
    76 Broadway | Central Denver

    Oh, how things change. What was Mary & Lou's Cafe for a million years is now a trendy diner for the new century, full of hip hustle and bustle. The huge, laughter-filled room has a buzz, and the... More on The Hornet »

  • Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar
    1173 Delaware St. | Central Denver

    Kristy Socarras Bigelow, who opened Cuba Cuba in the heart of the Golden Triangle in 2001, is a poster child for the American Dream. A Cuban-American from Miami whose family didn’t allow her to go... More on Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar »

  • My Brother's Bar
    2376 15th St. | Downtown Denver

    Yes, My Brother's Bar has a fascinating history: oldest still-operating bar in Denver, Neal Cassady hangout, yadda yadda, etc. Yes, in its current incarnation it's a beloved and anachronistic... More on My Brother's Bar »

  • Paris on the Platte Cafe & Bar
    1553 Platte St. | Downtown Denver

    Not only is Paris open long after other restaurants have shut their doors, but it opens back up in time for that first cup of java. While away the wee hours downing espresso and browsing through... More on Paris on the Platte Cafe & Bar »

  • Wynkoop Brewing Company
    1634 18th St. | Downtown Denver

    In 1988, the year the LoDo Historic District was founded, the Wynkoop Brewing Company became Denver's first brewpub. It's still a favorite hangout -- and not just because Governor John... More on Wynkoop Brewing Company »

  • Wazee Supper Club
    1600 15th St. | Downtown Denver

    The Wazee predates all the hipness, all the gentrification of LoDo. But the bar has aged well, and no place works better when you need a place to crash-land for a couple of hours, a couple of... More on Wazee Supper Club »

  • Mezcal
    3230 E. Colfax Ave. | Central Denver

    There's magic in Mezcal's off-hours, when it's just a quiet little neighborhood spot for simple, traditional Tijuana street food in a comfy-funky atmosphere. Friday night? That's different. That's... More on Mezcal »

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Recent Member Reviews

  • Manfrenjensen wrote a review for Babajoon's Kabobs
    on 04/16/14

    Meh... Tried the Chenjeh and the Jooreh. I was a little surprised at how little flavor (spices, etc.) the food had. Neither the meats nor the rice had any... More Reviews »

  • on 04/15/14

    It was great day in my new neighborhood. Found the best tea shop MODesTEA and the best pizza ever. Had a nice drink at the bar and was served by a... More Reviews »

  • palomapsca wrote a review for MODesTEA
    on 04/15/14

    Found this gem in my new neighborhood and I am in love with the selection, customer service and art. I have to be honest I thought it would be hard to find... More Reviews »

Recent Critic Reviews

  • Lori Midson writes for Westword on Trillium

    Easter brunch is the official culinary transition into spring, and dozens and dozens and dozens of restaurants around the city are gearing up for what's traditionally one of the busiest feasting holidays of the year. Trillium, Ryan Leinonen's Scandinavian-biased restaurant in Ballpark, already boasts one of the loveliest brunches in town, and for Easter brunch, he's definitely outdoing... More on Trillium »

  • Gretchen Kurtz writes for Westword on Bang!

    I've always had a sweet tooth, and was a baker long before I learned to cook -- or drive, for that matter. So you might think that I like every dessert I meet, but the opposite is true. If I had a dollar for every dried-out layer cake, leaden pie crust and gratuitously sweet concoction I've eaten over the years, I'd be rich. But in honor of this week's review of Sugarmill, here's a baker's... More on Bang! »

Recent Member Reviews

  • Manfrenjensen wrote a review for Babajoon's Kabobs
    on 04/16/14

    Meh... Tried the Chenjeh and the Jooreh. I was a little surprised at how little flavor (spices, etc.) the food had. Neither the meats nor the rice had any... More Reviews »

  • on 04/15/14

    It was great day in my new neighborhood. Found the best tea shop MODesTEA and the best pizza ever. Had a nice drink at the bar and was served by a... More Reviews »

  • palomapsca wrote a review for MODesTEA
    on 04/15/14

    Found this gem in my new neighborhood and I am in love with the selection, customer service and art. I have to be honest I thought it would be hard to find... More Reviews »

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