20 "Casual Weeknight Dinner" restaurants in Denver.
A good casual weeknight dinner spot is hard to find. It’s a step above a make-your-own bowl place, but not somewhere you’ll need a reservation. It shouldn’t be too expensive, you should be able to talk instead of shout, and your dinner shouldn’t take more than an hour. These spots do it all.
A Denver institution that built its reputation on letting people build their own burgers.
One of our favorite burgers in town, and we're not alone. Park Burger has quickly become a Denver staple.
Lifelong Denverites know that Edgewater has the best pizza around. Everyone else, it's time to get educated.
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.
Artisan pizza, craft beers, and other things you'll want to involve yourself with. Hops & Pie is great for lunch, dinner, and everything in between.
Does a Texas-based burger restaurant in LoDo mean that the takeover is complete? If this is what defeat tastes like, we’re OK with it. Hopdoddy is the real deal.
We’re dubbing Dos Santos our official taco grad school. Grown up flavors that are waking up the Denver taqueria scene.
From street cart to brick-and-mortar restaurant, Biker Jim's is still as good as ever. Get ready to eat some antelope sausage, and to be really happy about it.
Do you need us to tell you about Linger? Not unless you moved here yesterday. Oh, right, you probably did move here yesterday.
My Brother's Bar might be Denver's oldest burger, but is it Denver's best?
Solid tacos, great vibe, a rooftop patio, and stiff drinks. Los Chingones translates roughly to "badasses," and we're not here to disagree.