Bastille Day, France's national holiday that commemorates the end of the monarchy, is coming up on Friday, July 14, which is a great excuse to seek a uniquely French dining and drinking experience in Denver that can range anywhere from snarfing a killer croissant to drinking the finest of wines from one of the country's famed wine regions.
The options in the Mile High City and beyond are diverse. Sneak in at Bistro Barbès for a more modern take on traditional cuisine, or opt for a crepe-filled lunch on South Broadway at Euro Crepes. Atelier by Radex marks re-entry into the Denver dining scene of chef Radek Cerny, who has spent the last decade cooking at his staple Boulder restaurant L'Atelier (1739 Pearl Street). If you're seeking an outstanding wine list, you must not miss Mizuna.Read More