33 "American" Restaurants in Denver.
A classic Denver restaurant that doesn’t get enough love. Potager is an all time Infatuation favorite.
We didn’t expect to love The Populist, but we do. Come for the amazing patio, and come for the solid cocktails, but most importantly, come for the Tandoori Chicken.
There are a lot of reasons that the renovation of Union Station is great for Denver. Mercantile Dining & Provision is definitely one of them.
There aren't a ton of compelling reasons to go downtown for dinner these days, but Rioja is still one of them.
Mister Tuna has a lot going on that doesn’t always make a lot of sense, but all you need to worry about is how good the food is.
The Preservery isn’t doing anything particularly unique, but they are doing things Denver likes very well.
Colt & Gray is "Perfect For" pretty much everything, including probably eating some duck testicles. Get adventurous.
You know Denver is getting crazy when the new hot restaurant is in a 19th century brick factory on Brighton Boulevard.
This Latin-influenced Denver hot spot is made for “people who can eat.” We’re betting you can. And you should.
There aren’t a lot of spots where you can get oysters, pad thai pig ears, and short rib kielbasa. Thankfully, one of them is right here in downtown Denver.
We like Beast + Bottle best for brunch, but know that this is a serious restaurant, and a good option for every meal of the day.
Devil's Food is Wash Park breakfast and brunch done right. Even when you have it for dinner.
Even with all the new Highlands competition, Root Down is still a Denver staple.
Table 6 might not be the newest thing on the Denver restaurant scene, but it should still be on your radar for brunch and dinner, and also for tater tots.