WTF is the perfect example of why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. It’s true that it’s mainly a spot for the bottomless brunch crowd, but the Southern food is worth putting up with having to hear about how the people around you “crushed it last night, bro.” Also, the best time to be here isn’t on the weekends - it’s after work on a weekday. The covered rooftop patio also has a good amount of space, and a great view of the downtown skyline.
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This Latin-influenced Denver hot spot is made for "people who can eat." We're betting you can. And you should.
Solid tacos, great vibe, a rooftop patio, and stiff drinks. Los Chingones translates roughly to "badasses," and we're not here to disagree.
Real New York bagels in Denver, or at least as close as we’ll ever come. See ya later Einstein’s.
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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.
Colt & Gray
Colt & Gray is "Perfect For" pretty much everything, including probably eating some duck testicles. Get adventurous.
There aren't a ton of compelling reasons to go downtown for dinner these days, but Rioja is still one of them.
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Postino in LoHi is the type of wine bar we can get behind: good prices, some food, and a great patio.
For large group outings, head to Finn’s in Five Points. It’s a great cocktail bar with rotating food trucks.
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