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Where to Eat on Sixth Avenue in Denver

Dining options abound on this east-west thoroughfare across the city.

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Sixth Avenue touches several neighborhoods in the heart of the city, from Baker to Cherry Creek and beyond, and the restaurants that line this stretch reflect the diversity among these areas. From pizza and tacos to fine dining, here are 10 restaurant options on 6th, presented in geographical order.

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Fruition

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This acclaimed spot is just as comfortable offering a cozy weeknight meal for neighborhood denizens as it is being a special-occasion destination. Note: The restaurant will be closed from January 28 until February 6 for a renovation.

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You're always bound to find something interesting on this American bistro's menu, whether it's a play on tater tots or a pour from owner and sommelier Aaron Forman's wine list.

Satchel's on 6th

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Seek out seasonal New American cuisine, on a menu that spans dinner, happy hour, and Sunday brunch.

Barolo Grill

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Enjoy northern Italian dishes from the Piedmont region, opting for a la carte items or a five-course tasting menu. The collection of Barolo wines is also one of the largest outside of Italy.

Pizzeria Locale

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When Frasca's Bobby Stuckey and Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson brought their pizza concept to Denver in a fast-casual version, this is where they landed. Ovens fire your Neapolitan-style pie in under two minutes.

Moontower Tacos

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Named for a location in the cult-classic movie "Dazed and Confused," you'll find unique taco preparations ranging from fried chicken to brisket, and breakfast varieties. Don't miss the queso dip topped with guacamole and candied jalapeños.

Uoki Japanese Restaurant

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Look to Uoki for Japanese and Korean fare, from sushi to kimchi soup and noodle bowls.

Angelo's Taverna

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Pizzas and oysters are the draw here, with Angelo's serving up chargrilled bivalves in four different ways: chipotle bourbon butter, garlic butter and fresh herbs, bacon and gorgonzola, and a daily feature.

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After a recent renovation, this cantina and tequila bar is back to provide multiple specials and happy hours. Look for $1 tacos and $5 margs on Tuesdays, plus afternoon and late-night happy hour depending on the day.

Santiago's Mexican Restaurant

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Take advantage of this centrally located outpost of the homegrown Mexican conglomerate for your green chile and breakfast burrito needs.

Fruition

This acclaimed spot is just as comfortable offering a cozy weeknight meal for neighborhood denizens as it is being a special-occasion destination. Note: The restaurant will be closed from January 28 until February 6 for a renovation.

Table 6

You're always bound to find something interesting on this American bistro's menu, whether it's a play on tater tots or a pour from owner and sommelier Aaron Forman's wine list.

Satchel's on 6th

Seek out seasonal New American cuisine, on a menu that spans dinner, happy hour, and Sunday brunch.

Barolo Grill

Enjoy northern Italian dishes from the Piedmont region, opting for a la carte items or a five-course tasting menu. The collection of Barolo wines is also one of the largest outside of Italy.

Pizzeria Locale

When Frasca's Bobby Stuckey and Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson brought their pizza concept to Denver in a fast-casual version, this is where they landed. Ovens fire your Neapolitan-style pie in under two minutes.

Moontower Tacos

Named for a location in the cult-classic movie "Dazed and Confused," you'll find unique taco preparations ranging from fried chicken to brisket, and breakfast varieties. Don't miss the queso dip topped with guacamole and candied jalapeños.

Uoki Japanese Restaurant

Look to Uoki for Japanese and Korean fare, from sushi to kimchi soup and noodle bowls.

Angelo's Taverna

Pizzas and oysters are the draw here, with Angelo's serving up chargrilled bivalves in four different ways: chipotle bourbon butter, garlic butter and fresh herbs, bacon and gorgonzola, and a daily feature.

Lime XS

After a recent renovation, this cantina and tequila bar is back to provide multiple specials and happy hours. Look for $1 tacos and $5 margs on Tuesdays, plus afternoon and late-night happy hour depending on the day.

Santiago's Mexican Restaurant

Take advantage of this centrally located outpost of the homegrown Mexican conglomerate for your green chile and breakfast burrito needs.

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