19 "Date Night" restaurants in Denver.
Believe the hype. Frasca is worth your time and money. All of your money, actually.
One of Denver's most-hyped openings of 2016 actually lives up to the hype. Pizza and pasta for days.
A classic Denver restaurant that doesn’t get enough love. Potager is an all time Infatuation favorite.
An excellent choice for special occasions, Spuntino is all about great pasta and wine.
There are a lot of reasons that the renovation of Union Station is great for Denver. Mercantile Dining & Provision is definitely 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.
Where you can get a taste of places you’ve never been, only without the requisite hepatitis shots.
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.
Bistro Barbes is a Park Hill gem, Perfect For a fancy date night or special occasion.
Bones in Capitol Hill has a small but reliable Asian fusion menu, and patio and the open kitchen make it a surprisingly great place for a date