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The Hottest Restaurants in Denver Right Now, January 2022

Pizza, pozole, pulled pork, porterhouses, and more

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Tacos at Cantina Loca.
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The U.S. restaurant industry continues to brace itself against the impact of variants and shortages in both labor and supplies. But somehow, through it all, businesses keep opening, and the Eater Denver Heatmap is here to celebrate them. Unlike the Eater 38, which is meant to serve as a guide to the best of the best, this roundup, updated monthly, aims to introduce readers to the best of the new: what’s popular, what’s promising, what’s poised for success in the weeks to come. Typically, the cutoff for inclusion is six months; in these interesting times, however, the age limit has been temporarily set to eight months, and places that have reopened after a long spell and/or undergone significant change are also fair game.

Though the Heatmap does not cover bars per se, notable newcomers on that front include Yacht Club, run by power couple McLain Hedges and Mary Allison Wright in the Cole neighborhood, and both wine bar La Bouche and the punk-themed The Crypt in Uptown.

Note that maps are not ranked but rather ordered geographically from north to south. For other Denver dining intel, subscribe to Eater Denver’s newsletter.

Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; the latest data about the delta variant indicates that it may pose a low-to-moderate risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Lucy's Burger Bar

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4018 Tennyson St
Denver, CO 80212
(720) 379-6311
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The Minneapolis-style Juicy Lucys, or cheese-stuffed burgers, this new Berkeley joint is slinging have got both homesick Midwesterners and curious newcomers to the genre showing up in throngs for a taste of the real deal. Come and get it with a side of fries and hints of Prince’s homeland — not to mention drinks from a bar that supports community causes such as mental health and equality.

Cheese-stuffed burgers
Juicy Lucys are the star attraction at this Minneapolis-themed burger joint.
Lucy’s Burger Bar

2. The Greenwich

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3258 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205
(720) 868-5006
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What fun this ode to its namesake New York neighborhood is. Decorated with works by late great street photographer Ricky Powell, among others, to capture the energy of the Village, it’s making a splash with a menu built on bold flavors — think pizza with Brussels sprouts, bacon marmalade, and Meyer lemon relish or extra-crispy thrice-cooked potatoes set atop ’nduja mayo — and a beverage list to match. Start with a cocktail like the gin-based Lime Out the Door with Green Chartreuse and almond milk, throw in a bottle of Tuscan pét nat or Argentine Chenin Blanc, and cap it all off with the real-deal cheesecake.

Roasted clams in broth with grilled bread
The Greenwich’s roasted littleneck clams in scape butter–lemon broth with grilled sourdough.
Ruth Tobias

3. Redeemer Pizza

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2705 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205
(720) 780-1379
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Shrewdly observing that there was precious little pizza to be had on one of Denver’s busiest dining thoroughfares, the guys behind beloved Larimer Street pasta shop Dio Mio took over the old Meadowlark Kitchen space this summer to serve up “New York 2.0”–style pizza — milling their own flour, naturally leavening the dough, and fermenting it for 72 hours for their take on the perfect slice (and pie). In the dining room or out on the patio, where the slice window’s open daily, they also offer an array of starters and amari from the full bar to finish.

Pizza on a tray with sides of bread and salad
A complete meal at Redeemer.
Luke Gottlieb/Victor of Valencia

4. Cantina Loca

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2890 Zuni St
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 284-6738
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Last year, one of Denver’s best — and most unstoppable — chefs, Dana Rodriguez of Work & Class and Super Mega Bien, launched her own agave spirits label, Doña Loca. Now, those tequilas and mezcals have their own showcase in the form of this LoHi tavern, which serves up not only shots and cocktails but Mexican wines, locally brewed tepache and pulque, and sensational snacks to match: The cactus tempura, fried fish and barbacoa tacos, and bean sopes are all must-tries.

Five colorful cocktails
Many cocktails at Cantina Loca feature house tequila and mezcal brand Doña Loca.
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5. Three Saints Revival

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1801 Wewatta St
Denver, CO 80202
(720) 707-3500
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Feverish, almost Dalí-esque decor sets the mood for Robert Thompson’s new pan-Mediterranean spot in the former Hearth & Dram space behind Union Station. With menus designed by veteran chefs John Broening and Yasmin Lozada-Hissom, it’s turning out a wide array of tapas — bay scallop crudo; pork belly a la plancha with apple escabeche; cavatelli with sausage, white beans, and dark greens; fabulous flan — alongside fanciful cocktails laced with yogurt, dates, cardamom, and aquafaba. Meanwhile, wines from around the world whisk guests to Greece, Israel, and the south of Spain.

Family-style table setting with lots of dishes and drinks
A Three Saints Revival tablescape.
Three Saints Revival

6. La Diabla Pozole y Mezcal

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2233 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205
(720) 519-1060
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From one of the brightest talents in town right now, Jose Avila (who also runs El Borrego Negro), comes this pozoleria, agave bar, and all-around good time. Outside, a vertical spit roasts the meat for tacos al pastor; inside the dim-lit cantina, Avila’s growing fan base gathers for not only any of five types of pozole but also tacos and costras (basically “tortillas” of griddled cheese) topped with birria and bone marrow, say, or red snapper in pineapple butter. Cocktails like the I Know the Owner with pechuga, gin, and rose-petal honey are top-shelf, and even the chips and salsa are next-level.

A taco topped with a cheese-stuffed chile in bean sauce and a costra topped with green and black chorizo
A taco topped with a cheese-stuffed chile in bean sauce and a costra topped with green and black chorizo at La Diabla.
Ruth Tobias

7. YumCha

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1520 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202
(720) 638-8179
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In the old Cho77 space, Lon Symensma and his former Buddakan colleague Michelle Xiao — a 30-year expert in all things dumpling-related — have built a playful, color-splashed ode to dim sum parlors and noodle shops alike. A few old favorites will be familiar to regulars of both nearby ChoLon and the former occupant, including bacon cheeseburger shumai and crab rangoon purses; new hits-in-the-making range from meatball pho–filled xiao long bao to Peking duck flatbread to apple-sesame ice cream buns.

Roast duck flatbread with scallions
YumCha’s Peking duck flatbread.
ChoLon Restaurant Concepts

8. LeRoux

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1510 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202
(720) 845-1673
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Completing Symensma’s LoDo trifecta, this elegant European bistro has reopened smack in between YumCha and ChoLon following a lengthy hiatus, and it has a new menu to show for its downtime. While a few signatures, such as the French onion soup and the mushroom mille-feuille, remain, additions include cauliflower crème brûlée, oysters Rockefeller, and crêpes Suzette with coconut and pineapple.

Wagyu beef tartare with smoked egg salad, crème fraiche, and potato chips at Bistro LeRoux.
Matt Nager

9. A5 Steakhouse

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1600 15th St
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 623-0534
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Chef Max Mackissock is back, baby, this time with a steakhouse for today’s tastemakers. Against a vibrant backdrop that evokes 1970s-era fern bars, he and his team are turning out not only cuts of wagyu that are to beef what foie gras is to liver but all manner of must-tries in other categories. For starters, there’s crab salad on French toast and Ben Wolven’s fabulous oyster service; for sides, Japanese milk bread rolls and roasted cauliflower in mole blanco; to drink, a selection that shakes up the standard bourbon-and-Bordeaux formula with tropical rum cocktails and fun wines from, say, Lazio and the Loire Valley.

Wagyu burger with  butterkäse, griddled onions, pickles, and special sauce
The A5 wagyu burger with butterkäse, griddled onions, pickles, and special sauce.
Kayla Jones

10. Apple Blossom

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822 18th St
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 301-8999
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The demolition of Paul and Aileen Reilly’s pioneering farm-to-fork restaurant Beast + Bottle in favor of yet another mixed-use development in Uptown devastated Denver diners last spring, so its resurrection in the form of this brand-new Hyatt Centric Downtown venture counts as a triumph — not least because it’s open morning, noon, and night. With a crackerjack team that includes chef de cuisine Russ Fox, pastry chef Jodi Polson, and wine director/partner JP Taylor, Jr., the Reillys are going right back to their roots in locally sourced, hyper-seasonal American cuisine, turning out the likes of corned lamb shank–sweet potato hash, duck gumbo, uni tonnarelli, and innovative vegetable dishes with equal panache.

Chicken-fried duck livers with scallion ranch and hot sauce
Chicken-fried duck livers with scallion ranch and hot sauce at Apple Blossom.
Ruth Tobias

11. Plates by the Pound BBQ

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11601 E Montview Blvd
Aurora, CO 80010
(720) 697-0082
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An instant Insta darling (not to mention a recipient of Kingsford Charcoal’s Preserve the Pit grant), Texas native Aaron Gonerway has got the whole town coming out to his new Aurora smokehouse on Saturdays, where ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and homemade sausages are supplemented by rotating sides — including a picture-perfect baked potato — and specials like turkey legs and banana pudding are selling out quicker than he can make them. (Good thing Gonerway’s working on a plan to open Sundays too.)

Mixed barbecue platter with all the trimmings
A mixed barbecue platter with all the trimmings at Plates by the Pound.
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12. Benzina

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4839 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80220
(303) 399-2352
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Making chic use of its location in a midcentury auto-body shop, Benzina (which means “gasoline” in Italian) has quickly garnered a following with its sophisticated answer to the East Coast pizza parlor. Pies like the Mushroom with maitakes, shiitakes, taleggio, and black garlic are just the beginning: Elegant pastas and starters such as truffled celery-root trangioli and the smoked-trout Caesar round out the menu, while daring cocktails — try the Lambrusco with Braulio and OJ — kick things off the right way.

Brussels sprouts with radicchio, bacon, and hazelnuts
Brussels sprouts with radicchio, bacon, and hazelnuts at Benzina.
Ruth Tobias

13. Street Feud

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5410 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80220
(303) 388-3383
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Graffiti, a vast collection of pop collectibles, and a box of cassette tapes that double as table signs set the kinetic tone for this East Colfax newcomer’s “mashup of the world’s street food.” Borrowing primarily from Asian, Mediterranean, and Latin cuisines, bowls, bao buns, tacos, wraps, and fries form the core of the menu, loaded with everything from braised lamb, curry aioli, and raita to chicken tinga, huitlacoche beans, and guacamole. Start with the kimchi quesadilla and wash it all down with horchata or a can of bubble tea.

Fries with peanut sauce, egg, and long beans
Street Feud’s Southeast Asian–inspired Luk Thung fries.
Ruth Tobias

14. Culinary Dropout

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4141 E 9th Ave
Denver, CO 80220
(720) 779-0190
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Huge and high-energy, this new Fox Restaurants Concepts venue in the 9+CO development combines the trappings of a classic sports bar — check out the high-def televisions airing games around the island bar and the wild wall display of Converse high-tops — with the upscale-casual vibe of a contemporary American eatery. Comfort food is the key draw, be it pork-belly nachos, butternut-squash lasagna, or pan pizza, including an over-the-top brunchtime pie with sausage, bacon, egg, hash browns, and smoked-onion Alfredo sauce; the lengthy list of cocktails and craft beers is supplemented by 14 wines, all by the glass or bottle. (Next door, sibling Blanco Cocina + Cantina is proving equally popular with the neighborhood.)

Monkey bread in cast-iron pan
Culinary Dropout’s brunchtime monkey bread.
Ruth Tobias

15. Au Feu Brasserie

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81 S Pennsylvania St
Denver, CO 80209
(720) 339-2770
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Inspired by the bistros of Montreal, what started as a stall in Zeppelin Station is now an intimate Wash Park stop in Denver’s French food gap. Lounge-like decor awash in subtle Art Deco accents serves as a handsome backdrop for such classics as poutine, moules frites, and crème brûlée, paired with an all-French wine selection that emphasizes organic and biodynamic producers; the bar, meanwhile, concentrates on pre-Prohibition cocktails while pouring Cognac and Armagnac for the brandy-curious.

Short rib bourguignon
Au Feu’s short rib bourguignon.
Ruth Tobias

16. Grange Hall

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6575 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
(720) 760-8247
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Troy Guard’s new food hall is just what the suburbs ordered: a spacious and just-funky-enough gathering place where Guard’s own concepts — Rado Burgers and Bubu, a build-your-own bowl counter — are joined by a chicken shack, a pizzeria, a gyros vendor, a sushi bar, a hot dog joint, and a German-inspired combination coffeehouse/ice cream shop. Adding to the good energy, there’s a full bar and an onsite brewery, Little Dry Creek.

Coffee drink topped with ice cream and waffle chip
German-style coffee and scoop shop Eiskaffee is one of the stalls at Grange Hall.
Eiskaffee

1. Lucy's Burger Bar

4018 Tennyson St, Denver, CO 80212
Cheese-stuffed burgers
Juicy Lucys are the star attraction at this Minneapolis-themed burger joint.
Lucy’s Burger Bar

The Minneapolis-style Juicy Lucys, or cheese-stuffed burgers, this new Berkeley joint is slinging have got both homesick Midwesterners and curious newcomers to the genre showing up in throngs for a taste of the real deal. Come and get it with a side of fries and hints of Prince’s homeland — not to mention drinks from a bar that supports community causes such as mental health and equality.

4018 Tennyson St
Denver, CO 80212

2. The Greenwich

3258 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
Roasted clams in broth with grilled bread
The Greenwich’s roasted littleneck clams in scape butter–lemon broth with grilled sourdough.
Ruth Tobias

What fun this ode to its namesake New York neighborhood is. Decorated with works by late great street photographer Ricky Powell, among others, to capture the energy of the Village, it’s making a splash with a menu built on bold flavors — think pizza with Brussels sprouts, bacon marmalade, and Meyer lemon relish or extra-crispy thrice-cooked potatoes set atop ’nduja mayo — and a beverage list to match. Start with a cocktail like the gin-based Lime Out the Door with Green Chartreuse and almond milk, throw in a bottle of Tuscan pét nat or Argentine Chenin Blanc, and cap it all off with the real-deal cheesecake.

3258 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

3. Redeemer Pizza

2705 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
Pizza on a tray with sides of bread and salad
A complete meal at Redeemer.
Luke Gottlieb/Victor of Valencia

Shrewdly observing that there was precious little pizza to be had on one of Denver’s busiest dining thoroughfares, the guys behind beloved Larimer Street pasta shop Dio Mio took over the old Meadowlark Kitchen space this summer to serve up “New York 2.0”–style pizza — milling their own flour, naturally leavening the dough, and fermenting it for 72 hours for their take on the perfect slice (and pie). In the dining room or out on the patio, where the slice window’s open daily, they also offer an array of starters and amari from the full bar to finish.

2705 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

4. Cantina Loca

2890 Zuni St, Denver, CO 80211
Five colorful cocktails
Many cocktails at Cantina Loca feature house tequila and mezcal brand Doña Loca.
Hi-Rez Photography

Last year, one of Denver’s best — and most unstoppable — chefs, Dana Rodriguez of Work & Class and Super Mega Bien, launched her own agave spirits label, Doña Loca. Now, those tequilas and mezcals have their own showcase in the form of this LoHi tavern, which serves up not only shots and cocktails but Mexican wines, locally brewed tepache and pulque, and sensational snacks to match: The cactus tempura, fried fish and barbacoa tacos, and bean sopes are all must-tries.

2890 Zuni St
Denver, CO 80211

5. Three Saints Revival

1801 Wewatta St, Denver, CO 80202
Family-style table setting with lots of dishes and drinks
A Three Saints Revival tablescape.
Three Saints Revival

Feverish, almost Dalí-esque decor sets the mood for Robert Thompson’s new pan-Mediterranean spot in the former Hearth & Dram space behind Union Station. With menus designed by veteran chefs John Broening and Yasmin Lozada-Hissom, it’s turning out a wide array of tapas — bay scallop crudo; pork belly a la plancha with apple escabeche; cavatelli with sausage, white beans, and dark greens; fabulous flan — alongside fanciful cocktails laced with yogurt, dates, cardamom, and aquafaba. Meanwhile, wines from around the world whisk guests to Greece, Israel, and the south of Spain.

1801 Wewatta St
Denver, CO 80202

6. La Diabla Pozole y Mezcal

2233 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
A taco topped with a cheese-stuffed chile in bean sauce and a costra topped with green and black chorizo
A taco topped with a cheese-stuffed chile in bean sauce and a costra topped with green and black chorizo at La Diabla.
Ruth Tobias

From one of the brightest talents in town right now, Jose Avila (who also runs El Borrego Negro), comes this pozoleria, agave bar, and all-around good time. Outside, a vertical spit roasts the meat for tacos al pastor; inside the dim-lit cantina, Avila’s growing fan base gathers for not only any of five types of pozole but also tacos and costras (basically “tortillas” of griddled cheese) topped with birria and bone marrow, say, or red snapper in pineapple butter. Cocktails like the I Know the Owner with pechuga, gin, and rose-petal honey are top-shelf, and even the chips and salsa are next-level.

2233 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

7. YumCha

1520 16th St Mall, Denver, CO 80202
Roast duck flatbread with scallions
YumCha’s Peking duck flatbread.
ChoLon Restaurant Concepts

In the old Cho77 space, Lon Symensma and his former Buddakan colleague Michelle Xiao — a 30-year expert in all things dumpling-related — have built a playful, color-splashed ode to dim sum parlors and noodle shops alike. A few old favorites will be familiar to regulars of both nearby ChoLon and the former occupant, including bacon cheeseburger shumai and crab rangoon purses; new hits-in-the-making range from meatball pho–filled xiao long bao to Peking duck flatbread to apple-sesame ice cream buns.

1520 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202

8. LeRoux

1510 16th St Mall, Denver, CO 80202
Wagyu beef tartare with smoked egg salad, crème fraiche, and potato chips at Bistro LeRoux.
Matt Nager

Completing Symensma’s LoDo trifecta, this elegant European bistro has reopened smack in between YumCha and ChoLon following a lengthy hiatus, and it has a new menu to show for its downtime. While a few signatures, such as the French onion soup and the mushroom mille-feuille, remain, additions include cauliflower crème brûlée, oysters Rockefeller, and crêpes Suzette with coconut and pineapple.

1510 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202

9. A5 Steakhouse

1600 15th St, Denver, CO 80202
Wagyu burger with  butterkäse, griddled onions, pickles, and special sauce
The A5 wagyu burger with butterkäse, griddled onions, pickles, and special sauce.
Kayla Jones

Chef Max Mackissock is back, baby, this time with a steakhouse for today’s tastemakers. Against a vibrant backdrop that evokes 1970s-era fern bars, he and his team are turning out not only cuts of wagyu that are to beef what foie gras is to liver but all manner of must-tries in other categories. For starters, there’s crab salad on French toast and Ben Wolven’s fabulous oyster service; for sides, Japanese milk bread rolls and roasted cauliflower in mole blanco; to drink, a selection that shakes up the standard bourbon-and-Bordeaux formula with tropical rum cocktails and fun wines from, say, Lazio and the Loire Valley.

1600 15th St
Denver, CO 80202

10. Apple Blossom

822 18th St, Denver, CO 80202
Chicken-fried duck livers with scallion ranch and hot sauce
Chicken-fried duck livers with scallion ranch and hot sauce at Apple Blossom.
Ruth Tobias

The demolition of Paul and Aileen Reilly’s pioneering farm-to-fork restaurant Beast + Bottle in favor of yet another mixed-use development in Uptown devastated Denver diners last spring, so its resurrection in the form of this brand-new Hyatt Centric Downtown venture counts as a triumph — not least because it’s open morning, noon, and night. With a crackerjack team that includes chef de cuisine Russ Fox, pastry chef Jodi Polson, and wine director/partner JP Taylor, Jr., the Reillys are going right back to their roots in locally sourced, hyper-seasonal American cuisine, turning out the likes of corned lamb shank–sweet potato hash, duck gumbo, uni tonnarelli, and innovative vegetable dishes with equal panache.

822 18th St
Denver, CO 80202

11. Plates by the Pound BBQ

11601 E Montview Blvd, Aurora, CO 80010
Mixed barbecue platter with all the trimmings
A mixed barbecue platter with all the trimmings at Plates by the Pound.
@chefsquire.eats

An instant Insta darling (not to mention a recipient of Kingsford Charcoal’s Preserve the Pit grant), Texas native Aaron Gonerway has got the whole town coming out to his new Aurora smokehouse on Saturdays, where ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and homemade sausages are supplemented by rotating sides — including a picture-perfect baked potato — and specials like turkey legs and banana pudding are selling out quicker than he can make them. (Good thing Gonerway’s working on a plan to open Sundays too.)

11601 E Montview Blvd
Aurora, CO 80010

12. Benzina

4839 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80220
Brussels sprouts with radicchio, bacon, and hazelnuts
Brussels sprouts with radicchio, bacon, and hazelnuts at Benzina.
Ruth Tobias

Making chic use of its location in a midcentury auto-body shop, Benzina (which means “gasoline” in Italian) has quickly garnered a following with its sophisticated answer to the East Coast pizza parlor. Pies like the Mushroom with maitakes, shiitakes, taleggio, and black garlic are just the beginning: Elegant pastas and starters such as truffled celery-root trangioli and the smoked-trout Caesar round out the menu, while daring cocktails — try the Lambrusco with Braulio and OJ — kick things off the right way.

4839 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80220

13. Street Feud

5410 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80220
Fries with peanut sauce, egg, and long beans
Street Feud’s Southeast Asian–inspired Luk Thung fries.
Ruth Tobias

Graffiti, a vast collection of pop collectibles, and a box of cassette tapes that double as table signs set the kinetic tone for this East Colfax newcomer’s “mashup of the world’s street food.” Borrowing primarily from Asian, Mediterranean, and Latin cuisines, bowls, bao buns, tacos, wraps, and fries form the core of the menu, loaded with everything from braised lamb, curry aioli, and raita to chicken tinga, huitlacoche beans, and guacamole. Start with the kimchi quesadilla and wash it all down with horchata or a can of bubble tea.

5410 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80220

14. Culinary Dropout

4141 E 9th Ave, Denver, CO 80220
Monkey bread in cast-iron pan
Culinary Dropout’s brunchtime monkey bread.
Ruth Tobias

Huge and high-energy, this new Fox Restaurants Concepts venue in the 9+CO development combines the trappings of a classic sports bar — check out the high-def televisions airing games around the island bar and the wild wall display of Converse high-tops — with the upscale-casual vibe of a contemporary American eatery. Comfort food is the key draw, be it pork-belly nachos, butternut-squash lasagna, or pan pizza, including an over-the-top brunchtime pie with sausage, bacon, egg, hash browns, and smoked-onion Alfredo sauce; the lengthy list of cocktails and craft beers is supplemented by 14 wines, all by the glass or bottle. (Next door, sibling Blanco Cocina + Cantina is proving equally popular with the neighborhood.)

4141 E 9th Ave
Denver, CO 80220

15. Au Feu Brasserie

81 S Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80209
Short rib bourguignon
Au Feu’s short rib bourguignon.
Ruth Tobias

Inspired by the bistros of Montreal, what started as a stall in Zeppelin Station is now an intimate Wash Park stop in Denver’s French food gap. Lounge-like decor awash in subtle Art Deco accents serves as a handsome backdrop for such classics as poutine, moules frites, and crème brûlée, paired with an all-French wine selection that emphasizes organic and biodynamic producers; the bar, meanwhile, concentrates on pre-Prohibition cocktails while pouring Cognac and Armagnac for the brandy-curious.

81 S Pennsylvania St
Denver, CO 80209

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16. Grange Hall

6575 Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Coffee drink topped with ice cream and waffle chip
German-style coffee and scoop shop Eiskaffee is one of the stalls at Grange Hall.
Eiskaffee

Troy Guard’s new food hall is just what the suburbs ordered: a spacious and just-funky-enough gathering place where Guard’s own concepts — Rado Burgers and Bubu, a build-your-own bowl counter — are joined by a chicken shack, a pizzeria, a gyros vendor, a sushi bar, a hot dog joint, and a German-inspired combination coffeehouse/ice cream shop. Adding to the good energy, there’s a full bar and an onsite brewery, Little Dry Creek.

6575 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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