In an era that glorifies the new and hip, Table 6 is a comforting classic earning 5 star reviews without fail for nearly 20 years. In short, this place is the epitome of "not trying too hard." Chef Aniedra Nichols is relentlessly consistent in her ability to make sophisticated seasonal menus feel effortless. The menu and wine list are a superb balance of traditional culinary excellence with a relevant new list. Owner/Sommelier Aaron Forman offers a dynamic wine list and his warm, knowledgeable staff make this neighborhood favorite and Denver local secret a wonderful experience, every time.
Located in the Spire building, across the street from the Denver Convention Center and the Blue Bear.With a background in mostly Italian restaurants Chef Scott Schaden has worked in Denver, Chicago and Piedmont Italy. While the kitchen will be focused on domestic, native and regional products and flavors the food will have all of the tell tales of great Italian food. Simple, ingredient focused dishes will dominate the menu including ‘hearth oven roasted meats’ and lots of pasta.At Terra we are inspired by humble dishes often focused on a single ingredient and lots of hand-spun pasta. We embrace our origins. We love pasta. We exist to amplify the Terra of the American West, and we obsessively support these communities.
PLEASE NOTE: Valet Parking entrance is on Blake Street between 17th & 16th (on the left).Water Grill is family-owned and operated, and offers an elevated, seasonally-driven seafood experience. Located in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood (LODO), their menu features “first-of-season” seafood and a large selection of finfish, shellfish, lobster, crab, and oysters, all sourced directly from their own seafood distribution company King’s Seafood Distribution. The saltwater tanks are visible from the dining room and feature seasonal items such as Spiny Lobster, Dungeness Crab, King Crabs, and more. Menus are updated twice per day — visit https://www.watergrill.com/denver for daily offerings!
True Food Kitchen was founded in 2008 by Dr. Andrew Weil, world renowned Doctor of integrated medicine and creator of the anti-inflammatory food pyramid, with one simple purpose – to create a restaurant that serves delicious food and drinks without compromising on taste for health, or health for taste. Each carefully selected ingredient is crafted by a passionate culinary team to create meaningful food and drinks that are intentionally delicious and intentionally healthy. So you can cultivate your own food journey and trust that what you’re putting in your body is doing something good for you. True Food serves a variety of chef-driven dishes, craft cocktails and freshly pressed refreshers for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch made with ingredients from top purveyors who help reconnect the natural bounty of the planet with the food that’s on your plate.
Culinary Dropout serves classic meals done right. With crowd favorites like our pretzel bites and provolone fondue, 36-hour pork ribs, and our famous fried chicken drizzled with honey you’ll want to taste everything. Thirsty? Wash it all down with an ice-cold craft beer or a killer house-made cocktail. And don't forget to stick around for games and free live music with a laid-back vibe. Culinary Dropout is for anyone who loves damn good food and drinks.
Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina Mountains we call home. Steps from historic Denver Union Station, we craft brunches, lunches and suppers that bring family and friends around the table and allow for conversations and cocktails to linger longer than usual. Always scratch-made, always responsibly-soured, and always Southern.Reservations are strongly recommended, and we will accommodate walk-ins where possible.
The Hornet has been serving the community of Denver for more than 25 years now, and it has become a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Located just a few doors away from Denver's finest independent movie house, The Mayan Theatre, it makes a great stop combo for dinner & a movie. Our happy hour kicks off each day at 4pm and goes until 7pm and features $4 draft beer & wine and also $3 off all appetizers.Some of the top items on the menu at The Hornet include artichoke heart fritters, cheese and potato pierogis, prime rib french dip, honey stung fried chicken, cubano sandwiches and the lobster mac & cheese. The Hornet has a number of burger options as well. You could even have a private event at the restaurant. It is also nice for a date night.Brunch get's hopping on weekends from 10am-3pm where award winning bloody marys and mimosas are always affordable. One of Denver's best hidden patios is just off the back of the restaurant and live music is ready to make it's comeback.
If you have lofty expectations for an Earls in the mile-high city, Earls Glenarm Denver Restaurant will not disappoint. Let us direct your attention to the atmosphere: warm, welcoming but with a bit of an edge. There's the fact we seem to be getting a bit of a rep for our parties, where we've hosted up to 350 people at one time. For a slightly more intimate feel, try our private wine room with unique wine displays. Then there are the two large patios that look out onto the 16th Street pedestrian mall, one upstairs and one at ground level for two distinctly perfect views of summer. Let's not forget the contemporary, fresh Earls menu. The 24 big-screen plasma TVs. The smiles that greet your arrival. The feeling of knowing you made the right choice for a good night out with your family and friends. C'mon, tell us you're not just a little bit tempted? There's so much more the best thing to do is join us and discover it for yourself. We are located just off the corner of 16th St & Glenarm.